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BEES Breakfast – Sunday. October 4th
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Code.org for 2015-2016 was both fun and challenging. All grades had a chance to explore computer coding. Some students created virtual holiday cards using Scratch. To see examples of these amazing cards, go to the Technology page of this website.
The fifth and sixth graders continue to experience art enrichment lessons at the Hood Museum in Hanover.
Mrs. Hopewell’s 3rd and 4thgraders enjoyed learning about Vermont by using the Giant Traveling Map from VGA. http://www.vtgeoalliance.org/giant-traveling-map-of-vermont.html
Grades K – 2 were very excited to participate in a live webcast from Tundra Connections called Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear in Churchill, Canada. We saw a live polar bear in its natural habitat, talked with scientists, and competed in a quiz with other schools. We were excited when Barnard Academy answered quiz questions the fastest and our name was mentioned. We had the opportunity to chat live with the scientists and have our questions answered quickly. The scientist showed us a polar bear skull, claws, teeth, and a paw model.
Children in grades one through six explored the sculptures at SculptureFest on the King Farm in Woodstock, Vermont.
Fifth and Sixth grade students walked to our local Silver Lake wetland hunting for microorganisms.
Students in grades one through six visited the Montshire Museum to meet Sue, the TR
Barnard Academy is off to a great start. Looking forward to another fantastic school year with wonderful supportive parents and community!