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5th graders presenting a science experiment.
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two students play sword fighting

Coming up in December are the first three Middle School performances: Hamlet and Ophelia (G6), Romeo and Juliet - reimagined (G7) and Macbeth at Christmas (G8)

All three shows follow the plots of the original Shakespeare plays. They also help introduce students to stagecraft while making meaningful connections to the classroom, especially Literature and Language class. Students have had to write the script, rehearse and produce the show, and then deliver the performance to live audiences. The big show evenings are coming in December! 

Kindergarteners sitting together

In kindergarten we are exploring the themes of community and culture through our first unit of inquiry, Sharing the Planet. Students began the unit by learning about features of a community including; types of neighborhoods, places in a community, and the importance of community helpers.

Student singing into the microphone

Our SPS Learner Profile trait for the month of November is Thinker. 

Thinkers change the world, and we love nurturing them at Seven Peaks School every day!  Here are some resources you can use at home to nurture your little THINKER too. Enjoy!  

Water bottle ballon car

The Newton Scooter Project is the most comprehensive, demanding project of the year for 8th-grade students in Science.

Preschoolers out on the playground

In our preschool Performing Arts class, we are supporting student inquiry by exploring the 5 senses. Read about what that looks like inside of our classroom. 

Preschool At The Pumpkin Patch.

Last Friday, October 15th Preschool went to the Pumpkin patch. Children and parent volunteers went through stations at the pumpkin patch (hayride pulled by a tractor to feed the cows, hay maze to a large playground with a potato sack slide, Pumpkin picking and seeing a pumpkin patch with the vines, and a petting zoo station).

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