Evergreen School District Dual Language Immersion Opportunities!
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Distrito Escolar Evergreen Oportunidades de inmersión en dos idiomas!
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Cơ hội học tập song ngữ! Hãy làm khảo sát của chúng tôi!
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Our District is on a continuous journey to make our schools the best places for students to learn, staff to work, and parents to send their children for a strong education. We are looking to expand opportunities for our families with an English-Spanish dual language immersion program in 2020-2021! This survey is designed to help us gauge interest not only for an English-Spanish program, but also the potential for an English-Cantonese/Mandarin and English-Vietnamese program in the future. This survey is designed to adapt to your responses and will take between 3-7 minutes to complete. Thank you in advance for your participation.
Distrito Escolar Evergreen Oportunidades de inmersión en dos idiomas
Nuestro distrito está en un viaje continuo para hacer de nuestras escuelas los mejores lugares para que los estudiantes aprendan, el personal trabaje y los padres envíen a sus hijos a una buena educación. ¡Estamos buscando ampliar las oportunidades para nuestras familias con un programa de inmersión en dos idiomas inglés-español en 2020-21! Esta encuesta está diseñada para ayudarnos a medir el interés no solo para un programa inglés-español sino también para el potencial de un programa inglés-cantonés / mandarín e inglés-vietnamita en el futuro. Esta encuesta está diseñada para adaptarse a sus respuestas y tomará entre 3 y 7 minutos completarla. Gracias de antemano por tu participación.
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Học khu của chúng tôi đang trên một hành trình liên tục để biến trường học của chúng tôi thành nơi tốt nhất để học sinh học tập, nhân viên làm việc và phụ huynh gửi con em họ đến một nền giáo dục tốt. Chúng tôi đang tìm cách mở rộng cơ hội cho các gia đình của chúng tôi với chương trình song ngữ Anh-Tây Ban Nha vào năm 2020-21! Khảo sát này được thiết kế để giúp chúng tôi thu hút sự quan tâm không chỉ đối với một chương trình tiếng Anh-Tây Ban Nha mà còn là tiềm năng cho một chương trình tiếng Anh-tiếng Quảng Đông / tiếng Quan Thoại và tiếng Anh-tiếng Việt trong tương lai. Khảo sát này được thiết kế để thích ứng với câu trả lời của bạn và sẽ mất từ 3 đến 7 phút để hoàn thành. Cảm ơn bạn trước sự tham gia của bạn.
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January 2018 & December 2017 FabLab Projects
In December 1st grade started their study of the patterns and cycles of the sun, moon and stars. Each student made a model of the earth out of paper mache. They used their model earth to learn about the earth's rotation on its axes and how it orbits around the sun. In January they learned about the moon's craters by dropping marbles into a container of flour at different heights, angles and speed. They also learned that the moon absorbs 93% of the suns light and that only 7% is reflected back to earth.
In December the second graders wrapped up their unit of study on matter. Students melted different types of candies to learn how matter can change states. They also made luminescent Oobleck. Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid which acts like a solid when pressure is applied and acts like a liquid when no pressure is applied.
Second graders started the new year with plans to build out a 3D model of rural, suburban, and urban communities. Stay tuned for these projects.
In December, 3rd graders studied wetland biomes which include swamps, bogs, fens and marshes. These environments are the barrier between land and water. The students performed several experiments to show how wetlands work and why they are so important to the ecosystem.
In January, third graders started the new year studying old stuff - fossils! They learned about the four different types of fossils: trace; mold; cast; and true form fossils. They made models of each type and learned about the inherited and environmental traits of each and how these characteristics relate to their study of fossils
In December, 4th graders started their unit of study on volcanoes. The students gathered outside, made and measured a model volcano out of sand, a balloon and water. The students made observations before, during and after the eruption. Afterwards they discussed how their observations could help engineers design tools to warn people before a volcano erupts.
In January, the students learned about weathering. They constructed and designed two experiments to demonstrate the process of weathering.
Fifth graders started their unit of study on weather in December. They learned the best conditions to produce rain by using warm water and cool air - creating rain in the lab!
In January, the fifth graders played an interactive game. The game directed them to build a levee, sea wall, wetland or stilts. Their job was to protect their beach town from a hurricane. Those groups who protected their town and incurred the least amount of destruction and stayed within budget were the winners. They also experimented with air currents and air pressure.
In December, 6th graders undertook a three week project mummifying a hotdog using salt and baking soda. Students weighed, measured, and closely observed the hotdogs. Data was collected, recorded and analyzed. Once the hotdog was sufficiently mummified, the students wrapped it in linen, decorated it and placed it in a sarcophagus.
In January, the 6th graders studied earthquakes. They worked with a shake table and experimented with and constructed different types of bracing to hold up a structure during a simulated earthquake.