Our science fairs are always done in both the target language (Mandarin or Spanish) and in English. This year we added some unique challenges such as our Solar Oven challenge in which students were divided into teams...
During this COVID year sculpture artist Walter Pineda completed a mural in the NY campus honoring the spirit of exploration around the world. Based solely on images, he freehanded a 3D map of the world...
Having read the first of the Blood of Stars duology, Spin the Dawn, our 6th and 7th Graders in Ms. Poon’s English language arts class had the opportunity to ask questions of author Elizabeth Lim in a virtual session at HudsonWay Immersion School.
NJ art teacher Christine Maloney developed a project where students in Grades 1-7 were asked to create a self-portrait using watercolor paint. They studied observational drawing making drawings showing backgrounds with one point perspective and shading.
This past month of March was literacy month, and our Mandarin grade 2 students reviewed articles written, typed and illustrated by our 4th and 5th grade Mandarin students, which served as inspiration for their books reflecting on “The Winter”.
Grade 5 & 6 Spanish students taking an elective entitled “In the News” learning about the different roles in publishing a newspaper in both Spanish and English. Here is the second issue of the newspaper. Read on.
We kick off our month in Week 1 with students “dressed” in celebration of their favorite characters in literature. Students can come to school dressed according to the theme of the day: Pajamas (Monday), Foreign Character Day (Tuesday), Silly Stories (Wacky Wednesday), Myths and Legends (Thursday), and Fantasy (Friday)