September 2014

5th graders visit the Teton Science School for 2.5 days.  Students learned all about the 4 local habitats (ask your child about S.C.A.R.), the elk rut, conducted a research project in conjunction with The National Park, discovered Olaus and Mardie Murie's legacy, and much, much more...

December 10, 2014

Today we had a "gallary walk" of all of the great Memoirs that students published this week, and of course an even as important as that called for some fancy attire!  Students left positive feedback on each student's story so that they could savor all of the love at another point in time:)

September 11, 2014

As if our TSS visit weren't enough, we packed up the whole class and hit the Snake River the very next day!  Thanks to funding from the Snake River Fund, our whole class floated from Wilson to South Park as we worked with maps and directional skills, learnerd about area landforms, examined prepaired river specimens, explored a beaver pond, and learned about forces such as errosion.  All of these explorations will serve us well as we launch our LANSDCAPES science unit this week!