Students across the district are engaging in
thought-provoking student generated projects, which focus on global and local
issues. Within these projects, students work together and learn valuable skills,
competencies, and curriculum outcomes.
These projects combine many subject areas from Math and Science to
Language Arts and Health.
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
The ability to critically evaluate information to solve meaningful, real-life, complex problems
Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
To take risks with learning; to question, test, and demonstrate initiative, imagination, and creativity
Learning to Learn/Self-awareness and Self-direction
Being able to self-regulate, be adaptive, and show resiliency
Able to establish positive and respectful relationships when working with others.
Communicating effectively with a variety of styles and tools that fit the situation
Global Citizenship and Sustainability
Thinking about how real-world problems affect others and ourselves.
repurpose recyclable materials in order to create clothing for a staff fashion
use drones to practice career skills for disaster first air delivery, flood
surveying, videography, package delivery, and even drone racing.
Students research the issue of plastic waste and then pick up waste around the community.
possible solutions to the waste issue.
create model inventions to help reduce plastic waste in the local and global
Students extend their learning by designing and building scaled
models of Tiny Houses.
Watch us in action:
Student Voice - Video