Hopefully Project Fair will return next year, but teachers still had the chance to visit classrooms and talk to students about their projects. Here are some examples of the seventh-grade boys’ amazing models drawn from ancient cultures!
The sophomores, for their Chemistry Project Week, have been analyzing commercial products. For example, a few groups are measuring how much aspirin is actually in an aspirin tablet, while other groups are measuring the calorie content of vegetable oils or the amount of dye in Kool-Aid. They had to make all of their own solutions […]
Sadly, we couldn’t host our Fall Fine Arts Night in person this year. However, you can browse through student artwork virtually by clicking on the link below, and you can also view the first place winners here. We are so proud of the hard work our students have put into this semester! http://trinityfineartsnight.com/
The seniors in World Issues had the pleasure of hearing about the wonderful work of Heroes Camp from Patrick and Kelly (Magley) Perri (Greenlawn ’01). Heroes Camp is one of the largest ministries for youth in the South Bend/Mishawaka area. Now in a facility housing three basketball courts, a kitchen, locker rooms, a studio, and […]
While reading about the radical Jacobins of the French Revolution and their distinctive red caps in Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities, the tenth-grade boys decided to show their own patriotic fervor. Vive la révolution!
Our Legos and coding day camp for 4th-6th graders was a success! There were enough participants to fill three sessions. The campers learned a binary alphabet, and later in the session built “formulas” for their own Lego elephants to give them experience with writing directions—a skill they would need for coding.
As colder weather hits, we’re thankful for the time we were able to spend studying safely outside during this unusually warm and sunny semester!