Third grade musical is almost here and our third graders are also becoming experts at recorder.
Our eight graders continue to work on their community project and making the school a better place working with students on self- management, health eating and creating a sensory path.
More action and research in Grade 5 as students begin work on Exhibition.
The Scholastic Book Fair was here again. So many students are reading and thinking as they explore brand new books. Thank you PCO and parent volunteers for making this happen.
Kindergarten learners explore Where we are in Place and Time as they find out about our world.
Grade Two map makers created these beautiful maps in Art.
More Where are in Place and Time in Grade 3. Inquirers are noticing change as they examine Cleveland then and now.
In grade two researchers explore communication and the impact of technology.
Grade two thinkers participated in a skype with Jane Goodall - learning about her impact and the natural world.
In grade one, our learners explored change as they cooked pasta with a chef.
One of our grade 8 community project groups taught our fourth graders about nutrition and provided a healthy snack.
Grade One artists created bird feeders.
Grade 8 students lead Ms. Fogle a hand in the cafe.
Our third graders counted their earnings form the Penny War and raised over $300.00 to help endangered species and expand our recycling program.
Students from Campus International High School visited our MYP meeting to share their YPAR projects.
Grade 5 students celebrated at the Dancing Classrooms Gala on Friday night.
April began with so much service, action and celebration. Check out the Campus Communicator here to find out what is happening in the upcoming weeks.
Please join us for the Campus International School Parent and Educator Discussion GrouponRace, Equity and Inclusion on Tuesday, April 16th from 6-8 pm.
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It was a great week of learning, inquiring and celebration at Campus International School.
What do inquirers do with what the have learned? They share it with the community and make their learning public. These researchers and performers shared their learning about Women's History through play that featured women throughout history who made history and the Equal Rights Amendment.
Miss Ferguson shared her Irish Dancer skills with her class and her kindergarten learners and performers taught us some Irish Dancing while Mrs. Pohl shared her skills on the fiddle.
Second grade readers and performers shared their creativity as they created sets and costumes and performed classic folk tale plays at at lunch. They also used their design skills to build house for the three little pigs.
MYP Sciences students presenting research and answering questions.
Kindergarten readers and writers retell The Lorax with their design.
Kindergarten designers use their creativity to plan and create leprechaun traps.
Student-led conferences provide an opportunity for students to reflect and share their learning.
Check out our slideshow from Student-led Conferences below. Students gathered evidence, reflected and prepared to share their learning and their goals with families. It was great to see so many families celebrating our learning.
Kindergarten readers hosted family members as they shared a favorite book and more families joined our PCO meeting to learn about Say YES.
Our learners help each other and our school through action and service. A grade six learner teaches our kindergarteners during recess as they read books together. Grade eight students spend their CAS time planning activities for middles school students. A grade two learner reads with a first grader.
MYP hosted two guest this week. Principal Terrence Mitchell from Vally View Boys Leadership Academy spoke with our MYP boys and setting goals and reaching them. A local community group spoke about learning through dance.
Campus International High School hosted it's second annual Research Symposium at CSU. Our researchers and learners presented their Grade 9 action research projects and and Grade 10 students shared the Personal Project, which is the Capstone of the OB Middle Year's Program.
First grade investigators discover motion and the ways that objects may change.
Grade One learners create maps of their classroom.
Grade two inquirers start off their new unit thinking and wondering about technology and change.
More creativity in PYP and MYP Art.
Grade 5 learners celebrated World Water Day at the Cleveland Aquarium.
Grade three learners spent time counting points and money from their penny war. We wonder which endangered species was the most popular and how much money was raised to benefit the CIS recycling program.
Grade five was thinking, inquiring and learning as they competed in the Chess competition and the straw rocket competition.
End of week Birthday Celebration with a healthy snack. Have a great Spring Break.
We began our week celebrating our learners in 3-5 for Living the Learner Profile.
Third grade thinkers kicked off their fundraiser. They are concerned about our planet and our responsibility to take care of it. The penny war is on to raise money for more recycling containers at our school. You can also use your penny to choose your favorite endangered species and they will also. donate to support the survival of that species. They also did a simulation to explore factors that influence survival in ecosystems.
More action to support the environment. Read these bumper stickers with a message.
Kindergarten is thinking and writing about our Earth too. They read The Lorax and they also "speak for the trees."
The Exhibition is off to a great start in Grade 5. Student researched ideas that might consider for their projects and parents joined them to learn, research and think. Check out our Exhibition page to keep updated on their projects.
More learning through play in Kindergarten.
Reading, writing and thinking about Math in Grade two.
Researching rocks and soil in MYP.
2nd grade thinkers design and create maps to help visitors find their way around our school.
The work of our third grade artists is on display at a local art gallery this weekend. Stop by and help support this creative fundraiser for the upcoming third grade musical.
Our teachers spent Friday collaborating and thinking about inquiry with teachers from Harper and OH Perry.
Check out the Campus Communicator here. Remember Student-led Conferences are this Wednesday. We look forward to seeing all our families to celebrate our learning this year.
It has been a great week full of collaboration, planning and working toward our goals. We are always developing self-management skills that include organizing, planning and goal setting. We are also working together and collaborating as we learn.
We started our work thinking about our Essential Agreements. We practiced communicating kindly and read the book All are Welcome and considered what it means to be inclusive.
We recognized our K-2 learners for Living the Learner Profile.
Seventh grade drummers set goals, organize and plan as they create music together. They sound great!
These artists show perseverance and time-management as they work on creating designs.
Around the school our learners are reading, writing, reflecting and planning to achieve goals.
These mathematicians are measuring and collecting data on height.
These thinkers are setting goals in writing and planning with graphic organizers. The checklist helps students make decisions about items they might include in their SeeSaw portfolio. Our grade 4 writers nominated classmates for the Living the Learner Profile Award and record the action they have taken.
Planning, writing and thinking.
A class created brain break with dancing and singing "We love Kindergarten".
Some fifth grade designers created this informative door design to celebrate women. They planned, organized and took action to make this research public. We can't wait to see what they come up with for Exhibition.
Please join us for Coffee Monday and morning meeting at 8:30 on Monday. Fifth grade parents are invited to our Exhibition kick- off at 9:00.