Our Mission

Inspiring children to transform the world.

Our Vision

Our vision is to create a place where families from all backgrounds feel honored and celebrated; where everyone sees themselves reflected in the curriculum and classroom environment.  We believe that children are naturally curious, and that our job as teachers is to build upon the unique knowledge each child brings to school every day.  Our school is a place where families and community members are invited to collaborate with us, engaging students and staff in meaningful ways.  

Latest News

Pre-k is curious about sea creatures! We are working together to create a giant ocean dramatic play area, complete with ocean animals, waves, sand, scuba gear, beach chairs and an underwater volcano! We are researching and learning about different sea creatures and also wondering what we can do to protect our oceans and what lives in them! ... See MoreSee Less
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Photos 1 & 2- How can you use the syringe system to prove that air has matter? Our 7th and 8th grade scientists were able to prove that air is matter because you can compress and expand it within the syringe system.  Additionally, they found that a blown up ball has a greater mass than the ball deflated, again proving that air has mass and takes up space! Photos 3, 4, & 5- What happens to gas particles when heated and cooled? How high would a tennis ball bounce when heated, at room, temperature, and cooled in a cooler full of ice?  Scientists did multiple tests, and they concluded that the heated tennis ball bounces the highest because heated air expands, making the ball more inflated, making it bounce the highest! ... See MoreSee Less
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Our middle school ambassadors organized a door decorating contest where classes decorated doors with their favorite book(s)! ... See MoreSee Less
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What can you do with a curiosity? Why is it important to wonder? We’ve been exploring those questions in 7th/8th science on Fridays. ... See MoreSee Less
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