16 hours ago
No theatre? No problem for our extraordinary drama teacher, Jennifer Reif! Last week, she led CHS students in an interactive, online, mystery piece. Using versatile, improvisation skills, student actors took on roles as an art thief, a famous chef, and a detective. There was much laughter as they worked to solve the mystery together and creatively utilized at home clothing for costumes! Here they are at school practicing the mantra of improvisation, “Yes, and...” Savvy skills! ... See MoreSee Less
Love that Jen Reif! Impressive ability to engage kids.
Settling in to read a good book!
We received this picture of one of our current South Campus students at home, engrossed in the book his sister wrote when she was a student at the South Campus. We love to see our students share their creative work with one another. ... See MoreSee Less
CHS students, Dante Hays, Hunter Smith, and Michael James have all been recognized as USA Gymnastics Academic All-Americans, which means that in addition to their athletic achievements they have also attained a high level of academic achievement. Quite an honor! In order to be eligible for the USA Gymnastics Academic All-American Recognition award, athletes must be a current USA Gymnastics student athlete in grades 9-12 with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher and complete an online application. Congratulations! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations, Hunter, you are an amazing young man.
Congrats to all of you! Well done!
5 days ago
Food glorious food! Meika and her students continue to 'wow' us with the dishes they create, and the innovative ways they make online cooking happen. Check out these images from students, parents, and Meika herself, of kitchen magic. From baklava to baked goodies, these students are learning skills for life! ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
It's back to nature! Many of our science teachers are embracing the fact that students have more time at home so they are sending them outdoors! Check out a few of these nature journal pages, a student engrossed in class with her teacher, and also Yannah sniffing around in the ivy...:) Some students are using technology to help out with their fieldwork like the "Seek" app from iNaturalist. It's amazing seeing the creative solutions our teachers are providing for students! ... See MoreSee Less
Lab outside! It makes me so happy seeing so many of our students making observations and learning about the nature right in their own backyards.
My student is loving the nature journal project. She’s studying zoology so focusing on observing animal life, but you could easily do this with plants too!