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Journaling benefits mind and body

Zelda Harmoning sits in the lunch room while journaling about her day.
March 9, 2020
Unlike in movies journaling isn’t always a notebook with the deepest of secrets of young children and their daily encounters. Rather, many people regardless of age love to journal to relieve stress, observe daily changes, or it is something they just enjoy.

China trip cancelled amid Coronavirus concerns

The trip was set to visit many landmarks and cities, including the capital in Beijing
March 3, 2020
Ninth-grader Ben Chen said, “I am very sad that the trip was canceled, but I’m also glad because I don’t want to get sick [...].”

SoCLC’s surprise gift to sophomores lifts spirits and boosts motivation

A large group of sophomores enter classroom 6110 to grab a gift. They are happy yo see their  surprise.
December 12, 2019
Upon hearing the growing concerns and complaints of fellow sophomore classmates, the members of the Sophomore Class Leadership Council felt obliged to help plan a small surprise for their class, attempting to lift spirits and boost motivation. 

[HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW…] Your best friend?

October 3, 2019
Sophomores Esther Allen and Zelda Harmoning answer questions about themselves to determine who is the "better" friend.

[PHOTO STORY] Sound sculptures showcased and critiqued

This sound sculpture entitled, “Baboon Fountain”, was created by Eleanor Smith, Sevy Hayes, Sam Zelazo, and Harry Mahmic. “We layered bamboo so [water] would fall on to different objects and those objects would make different sounds”Sevy Hayes said.
May 23, 2019
Ninth Grade Physics's annual Sound Sculpture Showcase was held on May 23.

[FILTERED] Students share their favorite childhood memory

Students used the
May 23, 2019
Students used the "Baby" filter on Snapchat to answer the question: "What is your favorite childhood memory?"
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