This year in 10th and 11th grade Bible, we were able to truly dig into the word of God. Most importantly we learned that God’s word is alive and He is still speaking to us and has a purpose for our lives.
Mr. Diaz

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Throughout the year, middle school has studied what the Bible teaches us about Christian living. 8th graders learned the divisions and purposes of the Old Testament and New Testament books for Christian living today.
Mr. Herrera

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Throughout the year, middle school has studied what the Bible teaches us about Christian living. 7th graders learned who Christ was according to the Gospel of John. Through Jesus’ life, ministry, death, and resurrection, John teaches us the purpose of Christ’s ministry for us today.
Mr. Herrera

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Throughout the year, middle school has studied what the Bible teaches us about Christian living. 6th graders learned the difference between wordly living and Biblical living as they progressed through their textbook and Bible verses memorization.
Mr. Herrera

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Middle School’s adventure this year in art was learning about and creating self portraits. They worked really hard on this assignment. We branched out after that and learned about the artist Frida Kahlo. She was considered a Surrealist painter who was married at one point to another artist by the name of Diego Rivera. They learned about other surrealistic artists and created their own surrealistic portrait using what they learned.
Mrs. Colon

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4th and 5th graders learned a lot about themselves this year in art. They had to create “All About Me ” boards. this helped them to be creative by finding magazine pictures that fit them and the tings that they liked.
Mrs. Colon

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This year in art has been great for the kids. Students in First grade ventured into art history. They learned about the artist Monet. They created their own rendition of “The Water Lily Pond”. They created this art work using crayons and watercolor paint to create a crayon resist.
Mrs. Colon

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Students in Kindergarten had a great year in Art Class. One of their favorite things was learning to make puffy paint out of shaving cream and glue.
Mrs. Colon

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This year in art has been great for the kids. Pre-K 3 & 4 learned about one of their favorite authors Dr. Seuss. They created Thing 1 and Thing 2 out of their hands and also the mustache from the “Lorax”. They also had fun learning to make puffy paint out of shaving cream and glue.
Mrs. Colon

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In the U.S. History class we tried to “see the forest from the trees.” What this means is that there is a danger of students getting bogged down with so much factual information that they fail to see the big picture or the drama. In some ways it’s how an English teacher tries to move from a summary of events of a novel to writing about theme and characterization. Since History is essentially a story, to really understand it one needs to see the main themes and characters involved. Hopefully by using this approach an interest in History and political events will allow students to be more interested in current events during the rest of their lives.
Mr. Drake

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