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Working Collaboratively: "Peter Pan" Set Design

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High School Art Teacher Anna Boyer and her talented students are well underway on their project for the Drama Department! Art I students are spending the month of February preparing the sets for Peter Pan. From Neverland and Skull Island.. to London and Big Ben.. there are many scenes, which means plenty of painting and color mixing going on in the Art Room! Learning to work on such a large project - especially in a collaborative setting - is great practice for future experiences in the workplace!

The Middle School Drama Department's production of "Peter Pan" will delight audiences with several performances coming in mid-March.  Be sure to mark your calendar and make plans to join us for one of the following dates:  

March 12 at 7pm

March 13 at 7pm

March 14 at 2pm

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Chemical Bonding: High School Students Enjoy Science Experiment

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Great Bunson Burners!! In Mrs. Jackson's 10th-grade chemistry classes, the students have been learning about chemical bonds and how elements react to different chemicals. Last Tuesday, the students took a hands-on approach, taking what they had been studying via their textbooks, and actually creating the chemical reactions.

The students were given three unknown substances and with the use of a hot plate, they were asked to experiment with the goal of deciding whether or not the substances would melt under high temperatures.

High School Chemistry Teacher, Mrs. Karen Jackson, said it's an experiment that the students look forward to with great anticipation. "They were excited to test, in the lab, three unknown substances [and] they did a great job and were very successful."

Sophomore, Jeddie Suddeth, also enjoyed the hands-on lab,"I enjoyed a break from the regular everyday class and getting our hands dirty."

It is safe to say that the Sophomore Chemistry class had a blast "bonding" over this experiment.


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