Nova Elementary students celebrated Thanksgiving by writing about what they are thankful for this year.
Sixth grade students completed The Cay and shared a coconut with their class mates.
SIXTH GRADE SCIENCE PROJECTS: PLATE TECTONICS
CCP was picked to have lunch with author and illustrator DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan. Wow!, What a treat.
Sixth grade reading group discussing Hatchet with the use of assistive technology.
Learning about our SOLAR SYSTEM!
The Venture Alumni Group will be meeting on June 18 at 6pm at DFG. If you wish to attend, please contact Kerry Callahan at the Venture Program extension 4509.
On Friday April 13th the Venture Program hosted award winning and acclaimed artist and illustrator, Caren Lobel-Fried. Ms. Lobel-Fried co-resides between two coasts, Hawaii and New Jersey. She wowed the students with a sample of her art, demonstrating the process of creating art from carved blocks and did a brief reading from one of her five published books. Ms. Lobel-Fried’s books are incorporated into the Hawaiian curriculum. Ms. Loble-Fried actively participated in a Q & A session, answering all of the students researched interview questions. The students were extremely receptive to meeting an author and it proved to be an enjoyable experience for all.
The Venture Program presented a Symposium on February 29, 2012 from 9:30 am-11:30 am. The topic was "Object Relations Theory" and our unique therapeutic and academic program for middle, high school and life skills students. The objective of this symposium was to present an understanding on how the creation of a holding environment impacts emotional literacy, academic achievement, and social competency.
Attendees gained a unique perspective on how to promote an emotionally safe school environment.