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6th Grade

    Not Just Fun and Games By:  Ariana Versace-Duran                 When one walks into Ms. Peter’s sixth grade class, he or she might be expecting a traditional classroom where the teacher lectures and students have to take notes.  However, Ms. Peter makes education fun for her students by having them make board games.                 The sixth graders made board games about the Incas.  They were tasked to design and decorate their own . . . read more

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Having a Medieval Time

Having a Medieval Time By:  Chauncey Homes Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither were castles.  At least that is what the sophomores in Mr. Dunklau’s world history class have learned. Taking a break from the regular routine of class, the students had the opportunity to build castles out of random and found materials to go along with their current Middle Ages unit.  “The castles were fun to build because we had to use our creativity to the max,” sophomore Savanah Miller said. The . . . read more

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A "Small" Look at Microbiology

A "Small" Look at Microbiology By: Taylor Dewaele             Barely a month into the school year, the Microbiology class has al­ready started fun hands-on lab experiments. Only of­fered every other year at Scribner-Snyder, Microbiology is the branch of science that explores various micro-organisms.             Unlike traditional classes, this class is focused on stu­dent-led projects. The class procedures . . . read more

 
 

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