Celebrating the Wonderful Open School Learning Happening At Home

As we settle into being away from one another, we cannot forget - as Bailey L. reminds us in her poem - that we are all in this together. In these surreal times, our children rely on our ability to truly collaborate on their education, and the parents and teachers in our community couldn't have asked for better collaborators.

Our teachers are sparking some of the ideas and our families are running with them! Our students have undertaken many cool projects offline, in their homes and yards. Some of these projects have been shared by our innovative Open School families this week. 

Here's a look at some things that are happening in our community. Keep up the great ideas and keep sharing them with us!

Click here to see a video message for our students from our dynamic Student Body President Bella R. 

Ms. Wada read the Story "A Tree is Nice" to Silver cluster, which inspired Jake R. to spend some time checking out the trees in his yard. And Paige H. has been doing some gardening at home as well.

Inspired by Ms. Nichole's Georgia O'Keefe lesson, Kyra J.L. drew a flower outdoors and Jesse F. painted a houseplant. 


Combining math with creativity, Elah and Khai followed a recipe to make some edible kinetic sand or more like moon sand. And Sawyer S. made a painting of our planet as she continued learning about and exploring our world in Indigo.

Katherine Elizabeth wrote a story called "The Evil Witch and the Princess" and Bailey L., a budding poet, sought to leave us encouraged with a poem, "Beautiful Words" (pictured above).  And all this, while all students, like Oliver C., got a crash course in attending class on Zoom! 


Expiration Date: 
Mar 31