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New for 2020-2021

The 2020 – 2021 School Year is going to be amazing!!

Computers & Technology

Virtual reality (VR) is a simulated experience that can be similar to or completely different from the real world. We will be using virtual reality to surround the students within a place outside the classroom that we wouldn’t be able to travel to, such as the moon. They will be able to explore and learn as if they were really there.


The understanding of alternative ways of growing our food is an important lesson for the future of our boys and girls. We will be building hydroponic growing systems and comparing them to traditional soil-based methods.

Community Garden

Our students will begin their journey by planting seeds in the winter. As they watch them grow and nourish them we will plant them in our community garden in the spring. They will learn how to garden and take care of our plants and see how we can get food from a simple seed! Tomatoes, zucchini, string beans, and many more plants will enable our boys and girls to work together to create a productive garden.

MakerSpace & Create-A-Torium

Our NEW Create-A-Torium will enhance our boys’ and girls’ ability to create and innovate. By offering a variety of experiential learning environments, our students’ imaginations will soar to new heights.

Art Studio

Our new art studio will be updated monthly. Easel, art supplies, clay, foam watercolors, markers, collages, and craft materials will be available for all our students to experience the wonderful world of exploring their artistic talents.

Visiting Animals

We will be inviting qualified animal professionals to bring in different animals. Our students will learn all about their habitats and have a hands-on experience. We will also be incubating and hatching our own quail eggs! Our students will experience the wonder of watching an egg come to life! They will nurture them and watch them grow.

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