It's tradition in Mrs. Horton's 6th-grade science room, for her students to build rockets and then launch them. Today proved to be an almost perfect day. There were few clouds in the sky, the sun was bright and anticipation was heavy in the air.
After several successful launches, the wind proved to be quite a conundrum and changed direction. Many rockets landed ... more >>
Today marked the culmination of a very long project by our sixth graders. For weeks, they researched the types of plants that would attract butterflies. Then they consulted with a design gardener to determine the shape, location, etc.. They used math to determine the cost of the entire project. Based on that, they raised money. And today, they planted and watered their ... more >>
Our budding engineers were given 4 challenges today in the last fun Friday of 2016. Given three resources: popsicle sticks, paper cups and wooden blocks, students had to work in teams to design the tallest structure...or the widest structure. There were some constraints they also had to deal with. The first was time. Also, they could not edit the resources in any way. In one ... more >>
Our pre-schoolers graduated this morning. Mrs. Davies shared some fun facts about these students: they will finish eighth grade, here at Lyncourt, in the year 2025 and will graduate high school in 2029.
They processed to the melodious tune: "The Wheels on the Bus". When the took the stage, they sang a few songs. Mrs. Davies shook each hand and provided ... more >>
C ome join us for t he 2nd annual fun run being held on the 17th of June. Participates can choose whether they want torun the course once for a mile or twice for two miles. Runners will receive a #runlikeatiger bracelet, a racing bib, and a 30-minute jump pass to SkyZone. The PTO Tag out party is to follow.
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