Students studied the historical facts surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986
Using visual prompts of actual people affected by the fallout, students wrote monologues from the perspectives of those individuals.
Through theatrical performance, students were able to connect with the history of Chernobyl and the life experiences of those portrayed in their monologues.
"I love when we act and show our hearts." - Javier, 6th Grade
Climatologists and Environmental Scientists have gained a new respect for the works of Claude Monet, who painted hundreds of views of London's skyline between 1899 and 1905.
Student's learned that this series of Impressionist paintings is now being used as scientific evidence of the environmental conditions related to the smog that engulfed Victorian London.
"I liked how we learned what happened in the past in London because this person painted a painting of how the weather was like in London." - Keman, 6th Grade