Library Programming When We Can’t Get Together

TL;DR: The Lower School Library has put together a three-part program to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Fourth grade students created an interactive timeline exhibit that shares the history of the 19th Amendment, including prominent suffragists, allies, organizations, and events that led to the historic amendment 100 years ago, as well asContinue reading “Library Programming When We Can’t Get Together”

Messy Making in the Makerspace

In October and November during Library, second graders had an opportunity to participate in the Global Read Aloud, an initiative to promote diverse literature and voices to students. This year’s picture books were all by author and illustrator Yuyi Morales. Students learned about the author and analyzed inspirations for her stories and art. One book,Continue reading “Messy Making in the Makerspace”