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Book Character DayAs a part of our March Reading Rally, our students dressed up as their favorite book character for a whole day at school! Characters included favorites such as The Little Mermaid, The Bernstein Bears, Amelia Bedelia, Rapunzel, and Gilbert the Great Shark!
Passion Project ElectiveWhat a unique experience! For their Passion Project elective, students spent the trimester digging into a topic of personal interest. They then presented their project to a panel of judges made up of staff, parents, and alumni parents while also receiving feedback from school mates. Their amazing projects ranged from cooking interests to coding and from photography to story writing with illustrations.
Ancient Egyptian Culture ShowcaseUsing both hands-on, interactive displays and modern laptops, our sixths graders showcase their recent study of ancient Egyptian culture to their fellow school mates and guests.
Peter Pan Jr.Our theater club production of Peter Pan Jr. is FRIDAY at 7pm and SATURDAY at 2pm! Join us as we embark on a magical journey to Neverland with this beloved children's classic. Tickets are available at www.annarborchristian.org/theaterclub.
Science Fair and Soup SupperTonight was our science fair and soup supper where families gathered together to enjoy a soup supper dinner and view the science fair projects put on by our students! Projects included "Can you trust the 5-second rule?", "What objects reflect light?", and "Do cookies sink or float in milk?"
100th Day of SchoolCelebrating 100 days of school! Festivities included making shirts, posters, bins of 100 items; basically anything that can be counted as 100!
Family Heritage DayWhat a celebration of family! Today, the 5th graders had their Family Heritage Day, a culmination of weeks of research, interviews, and hard work. With parents and grandparents present, the students retold family stories, described their backgrounds, shared amazing scrapbooks they created to capture their family history, and brought in a family dish to share with the class. We are so grateful for each family present at this special gathering and for all being part of God's family.
Field Trip to the Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Adventure CenterOur third grade took a field trip to the Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Adventure Center! The day was packed with hands-on experiences and exhibits that gave our students a taste of the great Michigan outdoors.