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Dr. Lutrey helps to open a milk carton.
Students are doing their twenty minute rotation using the instructional software in the READ 180.
A student works hard on completing the assigned lesson in the "rBook" which is his workbook in READ 180.
2nd graders knead wheat dough. In this class project students ground wheat to make flour. A parent came in to demonstrate how bread was made before there were stores and bakeries where bread could be purchased. Students and parents enjoyed the fresh made
Students read a book and shared the results through a presentation with the class. The presentation had to include a visual and was graded on creativity, neatness and speaking skills.
Culinary Art students carefully prepare their dish. The Culinary Arts program expanded from the classroom with events such as food displays at the commissary and catering jobs for base functions.
A Senior and Junior concentrate intently on the lesson during math class at KHS.
A Sophomore listens intently as he takes notes during his Health class.
A Junior displays great concentration as he works on his assignment.
The October Fall Festival for family and friends had science projects on display for all to view.
"Mad Scientists" at the October Science Fair. Preparing and waiting for the judges is hard work!
Primary students did great explaining their Science experiments to the judges during the Fall Festival.
Fourth graders share their procedures and conclusions with each other, their teachers and administrative staff.
A student is joyous after pitching his science project to judges during the School's Fall Festival.
Fifth graders enjoy working as Reading Buddies for Kindergarten students.
Distinguished visitors view the Data Wall. Teachers use the ever fluid display as a catalyst for discussing changes and analyzing trends in student performance. The activity is in place to help promote Continuous Improvement.
Continuous Improvement at work, teachers use the "Data Wall" to track student growth using math & reading assessment. Teacher discussions lead to data-based decisions for intervention strategies.
Students are creating pictures of different foods eaten by the Hungry Caterpillar. They will do an oral presentation to a first grade class in support of the USO reading initiative.
A student shares the book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle before he does a Read-Aloud in support of the Okinawa USO's project to promote reading in DoDDS schools.