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Our classes have been working diligently all month learning about, researching, and celebrating important African American figures for Black History Month! Students then shared what they learned with each other and their teachers. Here’s a quick slideshow showcasing all of their hard work and accomplishments! We hope you enjoy!For more Black History Resources for Kids check out all of the wonderful resources Reading Rockets has to offer HERE: www.readingrockets.org/calendar/blackhistory ... See MoreSee Less
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Here is the link for STEM NIGHT, which starts tonight at 6:00 PM sharp!Join Zoom Meetingus04web.zoom.us/j/79693977047?pwd=ZFltRXovZitubEZTYkxOUlBaUG9SQT09Meeting ID: 796 9397 7047Passcode: STEMMaterials for Face to Face students are going home today, and virtual students still have until the end of the school day to pick them up! Can't wait to see you there!Once the event is over, make sure to sign in using the SIGN IN SHEET so we can keep track of everyone who attended www.surveymonkey.com/r/C2CMPJ5 ... See MoreSee Less
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Please join us 2/18 for STEM Night!What is STEM? STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. We will be gathering on Zoom for activities that use those subjects to create fun-filled educational activities for the whole family! The link to participate will be made available online and sent via Class Dojo on the day of the event. We hope you can join us! And if you're interested in other STEM activities you can do with your family, here is a great list of experiments and projects using items you can find around your home. But please make sure an adult is present before trying them out! www.rasmussen.edu/degrees/education/blog/simple-stem-activities-for-kids/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Black History Month from Aspire Charter Academy! Black History Month is a time to celebrate the achievements of African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. History. This month we will be showcasing content about how we're celebrating these accomplishments and educating our students on their importance. We will be reading books by black authors and doing project based learning to celebrate and incorporate black history into our curriculum. Stay tuned! And if you're interested to learn more about the origins of Black History Month here is an informative article from National Geographic Kids that can fill you in on the details! kids.nationalgeographic.com/explore/history/black-history-month/ ... See MoreSee Less
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