Fifth grade students take notes on the composition of ancient Egyptian artifacts at the Peabody Museum.
Michelle Browder, artist and civil rights activist, spoke to seventh and eighth graders about lesser-known civil rights figures and standing up for oneself. Here, she leads seventh graders in a collaborative art project focused on causes that are meaningful to them, including mental health, immigration and gun violence.
Parents and first grade students enjoy educational games and activities during Math Morning.
Second graders work together to assemble a wigwam in their classroom.
A kindergartner creates an original piece of art using a photo of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., part of a visual literacy project students will share at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day assembly.
Eighth graders use alcohol burners to determine the flame color of various compounds—a lab that builds essential skills for their year-end "sludge test."
Fifth graders work on homework in the Perrine Library after school.
Art Educator Mike Golschneider talks with a seventh grade student about the student's vision for an artwork featuring a personal hero.
A sixth grader practices recorder in Deadra Hart's music class.