Using slogans, campaign gimmicks, and colorful characters, fourth grade students campaign for votes regarding which famous Kansan deserves his or her own holiday.
Thursday students traveled to the KU Natural History Museum to participate in the Rock Clocks workshop. This workshop provides an introduction to geological time with activities that investigate relative and absolute dating. After a lunch in the KU Student Union, students continued their studies with a scavenger hunt in the Fossil Hall.
On a recent dig, our young paleontologists unearthed bones for a newly discovered species.
To celebrate King Tut Day we danced to Steve Martin's comedic take on Tutmania.
Sixth Graders enjoy our annual dance and sing-a-long.