Fundraising allows us to sponsor enrichment programs to enhance and support learning throughout the year. Programs support staff and align with curriculum & frameworks.
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Past programs have included:
The Discover Museum offers programs for all of our students that include Light and Color, Magnets, Bubbles, Physical States of Matter, Force and Motion, and Earth Science.
Natasha Lowe is the author of the Poppy Pendleton collection. Every year she visits the 3rd grade who also receive a copy of one of her books, courtsey of the CSPTO.
Step into the world of the Rock Cycle to uncover the mysteries of rocks, fossils and crystals. They'll pan for real gems and perform a battery of tests to classify them.
The program is designed to explain predation, the birds’ place at the top of the food web, their different hunting adaptations and their status in a rapidly changing world.
Students have the opportunity to pet and learn about several exotic animals such as an eyelash crested gecko, a chinchilla, a blue-tongued skink and more!
For nearly forty years the Pumpernickel Puppets have captivated audiences of all ages with humorous and colorful adaptations of classic folk and fairy tales.
In this program students learn about American history and culture. Annawon, a Masphee Wampanoag, shares stories and shows different handmade items, such as weavings and tools, that are used to tell stories from the past.
The program which focuses on "people shaped the earth and the earth shaped people" teaches about geography, how to read and examine a map, and cartography.
Reason for the Seasons
High Touch High Tech's Reasons for Seasons program demonstrates how the Earth moves on its axis and also orbits around the sun, causing our seasons.