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Lunar Kickball

Lunar Kickball

Written by on February 11, 2020

Kickball on the Moon—It’s a Blast! The 3rd and 4th grades launched an exciting game of kickball—that is, kickball as it might look if we were playing on the moon.  Maybe it wasn’t so much exciting as it was weird, funny, and interesting.  We imagined how conditions on the moon might change the game.  The very […]

Our Kindergarten “Travel” to Mexico: 

Our Kindergarten “Travel” to Mexico: 

Written by on February 11, 2020

Hola Amigos!  The kindergarten has had a great week in Mexico!  We learned how to make tortillas with Mrs. Hernandez.  They were really yummy!  We also learned about Mexican clothing.  We painted fabric to make our own serapes.  We also got a Mexican hat!  We made decorated maracas then used them and our hats to […]

Our High School Students Help Local Gardener

Our High School Students Help Local Gardener

Written by on September 11, 2019

Within walking distance of the WNCS campus is Forested, LLC. a local educational garden promoting forest gardening, a type of permaculture. Our classes regularly walk to the forest garden for some hand-on instruction.  This instruction can be on plants, insects, soil or the environment in general giving the students real-life experience to infill some of […]

Our Talented Students

Our Talented Students

Written by on February 5, 2019

The seventh and eighth grades are working on an acrylic wolf painting. This project is an “in color” follow-up on many of the same skills that they learned from their Christmas drawings. We are slowly conquering “fuzzy, prickly, and shiny”. You should see the paintings hanging soon.

First Week of School – Self Portraits

First Week of School – Self Portraits

Written by on November 30, 2017

Welcome to a new year and our first week tradition – Self Portraits.  Each student in every grade creates a self portrait that is displayed along the hall and shows the growth that children make from one year to the next.  It is a favorite!

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