From Kathy Christoph, MS Principal
As your child moves through young adolescence, s/he is becoming more independent and is increasingly involved in activities outside the home and with their peers. When you try to have a conversation with them, they may roll their eyes, grunt, or pretend not to hear. Do Not Despair! You are still the most influential people in their lives, and they really do listen to what you have to say.
6th Grade: With May’s arrival, our 6th graders are working on their last curricular units. In Science, students have started to work on their Experimental Design projects. They will be testing consumer products and seeing what brand is the most reliable based on their research and cost. They will present their findings at the Experimental Design Fair on May 24th in Hajjar Auditorium in the Klein Campus Center, from 12:30 – 2:00 PM. We hope to see you there! Read More
Looking to bring a bit of new excitement to the last several weeks of school, our Health and Wellness teachers are challenging students to compete in fun, friendly, low-key competitions during some of the Recess periods. The “Recess Activity Challenge” begins this week with the Jump Rope Challenge. It’s nice to know that while the children are jumping hard, laughing and enjoying themselves, they are also improving their cardiovascular fitness and engaging in a lifetime fitness activity! I love to see students taking risks. Read More