Say Cheese! Sixth graders posed for their class photo on a sunny Monday morning.
Students were recently tasked with their latest Design Challenge – build a Rube Goldberg Machine capable of pouring a bowl of cereal. Today, students were hard at work designing and building their inventions.
The third grade Science classroom was buzzing with activity today, as students continued their study of aeronautics with experiments focusing on gravity, thrust, lift, and drag.
Yesterday marked World Teachers Day, a day commemorating teachers worldwide! A huge thank you to our entire Keys faculty for all they do for our students, our community, and the world.
Fourth grade students gathered in front of their new art installation during the unveiling ceremony. After studying the abstract methods of artist Chuck Close, students designed square blocks which were then joined together to create the “K” in the Keys logo.
Yesterday afternoon’s Opening Assembly provided the perfect opportunity for new Middle School students to join their assigned Houses in a fun game involving hula hoops, balloons, and a raucous cheering section of friends and classmates.
Keys Middle Schoolers are participating in Banned Books Week, a nation-wide celebration of the freedom to read. Students will be examining the issues of artistic censorship and freedom of expression as they study a variety of past and present banned and challenge books.
Older and younger student Buddies shared their favorite books with one another on Friday. Throughout the year, buddies will come together for shared learning experiences, community activities, and lots of fun.
Keys Middle School students kicked off a new round of hands-on projects during yesterday afternoon’s Lego Robotics Club. Lego Robotics is a combination of engineering, programing, teamwork, and iterative thinking. Working as a team this fall, students will build and program a robot to overcome a series of design challenges, redefining technical understanding and team troubleshooting!
In honor of this week’s International Dot Day, a worldwide celebration of creativity, collaboration, and community service, students in K-4 participated in activities to help make their mark as agents of positive change, by creating items for children affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. From no-sew blankets and colorful brackets to school supplies and creative cards,…