In an effort to increase the authenticity of our student projects, we are looking for problems, challenges, and needs facing our community. Big or small, making a visible change in our community engages our students.
From the 2nd grade project that mapped out the ash trees at Mills Lawn, the fourth graders working to address affordable housing in our community, the ninth grade addressing water access around the world, or the tenth grade working to decrease the trash and graffiti in Glen Helen nature preserve or their work with the police after the 2016/2017 New Years Eve events, these projects have had our students address authentic needs in our community.
The district invites community members to suggest ides for future projects by filling out our call for ideas
form. Thank you for being a part of the authentic and engaging learning we offer students.