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First grade students collaborating with older students to write and create scripts with dialogue, role playing and just having fun!
First grade students measuring, estimating and exploring addition/subtraction concepts with different measuring tools like tape measures, rulers, etc.
First grader collecting soil samples for soil observations.
Learn-abration 2011 was held in February celebrating African-American history. Twenty-eight quest speakers had mini sessions for students in grades 2-8. Pictured here is a helmet similar to the one Carl Brashear, the first black Navy diver wore.
Seventh grade students interview an environmental scientist as part of their E-Cybermission project. The students had questions about how to save the coral reef and the scientist taught them about watersheds.
Fourth grade students design a rain gauge to determine how much rain may fall over a period of time.
Second grade students observe cells and groups of cells through the microscope and sketch what they see.
Third graders learn how to use pH strips to test water and other liquids. THey then graphed their findings and made observations about bases and acids.
Eigth grade students in Spanish 1 class design a Mexican arch when learning about the history of Spain.
Fourth grade students listen for the sounds of the ocean during a science study trip to the University of Guam Marine Lab.
Advanced band students learn from a visting band conductor and judge for the Tumon Band Festival. The festival featured published artists and award winning bands.
First grade students enjoyed exploring whether pushing and pulling with magnets were easier on different paths: straight, zig-zag or up mountains in the straight line. This hands on science was fun for all.
Kindergartners sample green eggs and ham during the Dr. Seuss week celebrating reading.