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Robotics Program Growth Continues Strong

The Remarkable Grit of International Students, a Teacher Reflection

Slavery, Singing, Streams Among Themes for E-term and Explore Week

Halie Mast Recognized as Pepsi-Cola Student Athlete of the Week on WHSV

COVID + Cold Weather = Ingenuity

Students Help with Chestnut Tree Research

Virtual Book Club Set for Coming Weeks

The Story of a Snack

New Era for Choral Singing

Dancing Robots, Part of STEM and Programming

Students Build Marimba with Expert

PE COVID-19 Olympics Feature Expert Guests

Icon Replica Brings Global Christianity to Life

Outdoor Adventure Ed Class Gets “Tin Cloth” Lesson

Elementary “Field Day at Home” to be May 11-15

National Honor Society Induction, April 2020

Elementary Online Community: Fun and Challenging for All

Spanish Students Share Hope With Immigrant Children

Ten EMS Students Join Model UN

Donor Gifts Bring Robotics to EMES

Combining Art and STEM for STEAM Class

Sixth Grade Project Explores “Who Am I?”

EMES Students Make Friends, Share Music at VMRC

Kindergartners Learn About Classmate’s Food and Culture

A&P Students Host Heart Lesson for Fifth Grade

K-12 Music… all in a day

Budding Scientists Learn from Budding Teachers

2019 Bay Trip Wrap Up

Sixth Graders Study Trout Life Cycle

Psych Students Study Childhood Brain Development

Fifth Grade Pursues Interdisciplinary Study

Students Enjoy Photography and Science with Professors on River

Playground Offers Hands-on Science Lessons

Sewing and Canning Still Important Life Skills

Science Students Access University Labs

Rising Junior Enjoys Summer Internship in JMU Lab

Discovery 2019 — Student Reflections

EMS Robotics Program Receives GE Grant

2019 E-term and Explore Week in Photos

Biology Students Pursue College-level Research

Chemistry students visit JMU lab

Benefits of Fine Arts Education

Pre-health Bio Club Learns to Suture

“Book Tasting” Spices Up 8th Grade English

EMS Students Earn College Credit With Robotics Classes

Why we sing

Service, Learning and Vegetables Create Outdoor Classroom

First graders will study violin or cello at EMS this fall

Getting Pumped for K-12 PE!