November 6, 2020
School Mascot Selection

Selection of a school mascot

Students of any age can submit an idea for the school mascot with a drawing, or written response and with the help of a friend or parent. A great idea can come from anyone, no matter what age.
November 6, 2020

Disguise a pumpkin contest – students make fun disguises for pumpkins

See the entries that won in various age categories for “silliest”, “cutest”, “most creative”, “scariest”, “most heroic” and “most realistic” pumpkin disguises. A fun showcase of our talented students!! 
November 6, 2020
Colonial America

Colonial America – Presented by Grade 4 and 5 Mandarin Students

Grade 4 and 5 Mandarin students completed a unit on Colonial America as part of their social studies unit. They learned to view historical events from different perspectives, essential to developing critical thinking.
November 6, 2020
Spanish Newspaper by Students

Bilingual Spanish-English Newspaper “Verde, Amarillo, Blanco” by HWIS Students

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.
November 5, 2020

Developing Students’ Positive Attitudes in the Math Classroom – By Raelen Donahue

When teachers solve problems in class, they can model positive self-talk, approaching a challenging problem in different ways, persisting after not getting the right answer immediately, and celebrating the process as well as the outcome.
August 19, 2020
Project-based Learning | HudsonWay Immersion School | NY and NJ

Landform Study – An Example of Project-based Learning

HudsonWay Immersion School students in Grades 2-3 completed an interdisciplinary, project-based learning study of landforms.