Sixth grade students discussed the power heroes have on influencing life choices. Each student decided who they considered were their heroes. Their hero had to be a positive influence in their life. Many chose parents, siblings, and athletes. The students sculpted their heroes from clay, then used tempera paint for color once fired.
Great job sixth grade!
Fifth graders learned about the history of Appalachian Face Jugs. These Jugs were constructed in the southern United States to hold medicine and other materials. The “silly” face was meant to scare away children so they were not tempted to … Continue reading