Our field trip on Thursday to the Old South Meeting House and the Boston Tea Party Museum was a success! Debates were had, tea was dunked, and ‘Huzzah’s’ were had all around!
Apparently the looming MCAS, nor the lingering winter weather, or even notes about the French and Indian War can dampen the spirits of this crew.
When the mood strikes them, it’s best just to let it go……
One way or another, many of our lives are impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorder. Through understanding and sharing we can collectively work to raise awareness for this community of talented artists, writers, athletes, musicians, students, colleagues, family, and friends.
Thanks for taking a moment to give it a thought!
Wishing you all a restful and safe vacation week. Whether traveling, relaxing at home, visiting with friends and family, or some combination of all of these, enjoy it.
The Sixth Grade Team
We hope you are all enjoying a well-deserved, restful vacation full of family and friends.
Thank so much for your thoughtful and generous gifts, they are truly appreciated. More importantly, thank you for your continued support and investment in your children’s education. We have had a wonderful start to the year and it could not happen without all of you.
We are all looking forward to an exciting, challenging, creative, and fruitful 2018.
Jessica, Nathan, Chris, Felice, Tony, and Eric
Today we set up a lab in which we are testing if aquatic plants can photosynthesize in the dark and if plants undergo Cellular Respiration in the light and dark. Students this week have learned about photosynthesis and cellular respiration and are now putting that knowledge to the test!