As you know our beloved Shae Walker passed away in March from cancer. Our school had an amazing opportunity to help raise money on her behalf. Thanks to your generosity, we earned over $800, which is more than enough money to buy the brick paver stating her name for the Hunstman Cancer Institute “Walk of Hope” pathway. Your love for Shae Walker was definitely felt. We love you Shae!
Update: Our story made it into the Daily Herald! You can read it below:
The rainforest, desert, tundra, forest, ocean, and the savanna. These are the six major biomes of the world! The third grade classes spent a lot of time and energy researching the biome of their choice. They had a great time creating miniature biomes out of shoe boxes, writing reports, and creating Adobe Spark videos featuring their biome. All their hard work paid off when they had the privilege of presenting their projects to their parents on biome night. Parents were impressed with their children as they walked around scanning QR codes to view what their child had created.
Aliens, spaceships, and laser guns…The third grade classes were glad they didn’t run into any of those things at the Clark Planetarium! Instead of those fictional items they had the awesome opportunity to interact with all things space and science on their field trip to the Clark Planetarium. The students learned things like the order of the planets, how different gases on different planets smell and even how much they weigh on certain planets. They ended their field trip with a movie in the sweet dome theater! Thank you Clark Planetarium for having us, it was out of this world!