There has always been something good about the Thanksgiving holiday: sharing food, giving thanks, spending time with family and friends. This year, Middle School students organized a small food drive to donate baskets to local families for the holiday.
First and second grade students read "Have you filled a bucket today?", story by Carol McCloud and Caryn Butzke. Everyone is being born with an invisible bucket.
Our Sixth grade students learned about how we know about the cultures of the past...
On the continuity of our Providence Geography/Arts/Architecture, the third and fourth grade classes walked to downtown Providence, using once more the Pedestrian Bridge, to try to see the artist Shepard Fairey, who is currently painting his 100th Mural.
This fall, as an inter-class project, FASRI 3rd and 4th Graders are studying the geography and architecture of Providence, specifically in relation to the area surrounding the recently completed pedestrian bridge which spans the Providence River, connecting the East Side to the Jewelry District. For this in depth study, the group makes frequent visits to the pedestrian bridge to use as their outdoor classroom and central vantage point in their investigations. Last Thursday, 3rd and 4th Graders had an amazing experience while they continued their exploration into the city of Providence…
- Increases students’ capacity to learn
- Increases academic achievement
- Improves attitudes toward self & others
- Improves positive social behaviors
- decreases conduct problems and emotional distress
The vehicles were built from a kit, but utilized aluminum cans brought from home. For some students it was the first time they'd ever used a screwdriver. Each car was decorated and individualized – it was an exciting class project!
trip to Alton Jones. It was projected onto the big screen in the auditorium for everyone to view and appreciate.
graduating from Cycle 1: Maternelle to Cycle 2: Élémentaire in only a few short weeks. It was an exciting adventure for the GS/K students to get to see what is in store for them next year when they move up!