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It’s Electric

Sixth grade students, by integrating lessons about coding with their study unit on circuits, were able to design and build their own games in science class.    

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Signed, Sealed, and Delivered

The Keys Post Office is officially open for business! Today first grade students collected, counted, stamped, and sorted the first batch of incoming mail…close to 150 letters!

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Houston, We Have Lift Off

3rd grade students have recently been learning all about the four forces of flight, gravity, lift, thrust, and drag, in science class. To put their study unit on thrust into practice, Lower School Science Teacher Maresa Tucker taught her students how to build bottle rockets out of recycled materials. Today the 3rd grade class became…

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Delivery!

In connection with their letter-writing unit, first grade students have been learning all about the Post Office. Soon the first grade class will open their very own Keys School Post Office. To prepare for opening day, students have been hard at work writing letters and planning mail routes. Today first grade utilized materials from Keys…

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Hello December!

First grade students kicked off the month by designing and constructing unique penguins today in art class.

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#GivingTuesday

Happy Giving Tuesday! Almost seven years ago, the Belfer Center for Innovation and Social Impact in New York City started this movement to bring communities together around one purpose: to celebrate and encourage giving. Today Keys School honors #GivingTuesday by giving sweet treats to our community as a thank you to all those who have…

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Lights, Camera, Action!

Keys third grade students performed their class play for the whole Lower School community today. Fifth grade even joined Lower School in the audience to cheer on their third grade buddies!

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Green Thumbs Unite!

Keys seventh grade students spent part of today replenishing our vegetable gardens with newly sprouted plants for the new season. Last year our Middle School donated close to twenty pounds of fresh produce from our vegetable gardens to Second Harvest. We are excited to see this season’s crops flourish throughout the coming months!

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One Small Step for Man

Armed with nothing but their wits, Kindergarten students in P.E. class worked together in teams to hop across space (the lawn) using “gravity tiles” to get from Earth (Little House) to a Satellite (a tree) in need of repairs. Students hopped single file, passing an extra tile from the very back to the front of…

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Dia de los Muertos

This week in Spanish class, Middle School students have been learning about Día de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday meant to honor those who have passed away. In recognition of this holiday, students decided to build their own ofrenda (alter) in the Middle School quad. Students decorated their ofrenda with marigolds, to cheer up visiting…

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