What Makes Me, Me?
Through text and art making, students at Collins Middle School are exploring the idea of who and what a person is in order to understand that identity is not fixed or stagnant. Like artwork, identities are a work in progress.
How Do We Slow Down and Notice?
Through the simple act of noticing, students at Bancroft Elementary learn to slow down and infer deeper meaning through careful observation, translating their observations into performance, visual arts, and narrative writing.
What Shapes Us in Our World?
Through curriculum that spans Music, World Languages, United States History, Science, and Visual Art, 8th grade students at Doherty Middle School ask: What Shapes Us in Our World?
Who Am I, and What Makes Me Who I Am?
Students at explore the Hero’s Journey through various modes of expression—writing, photography, textile arts and oral—as they engage, interpret and share their visions for the text.