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

The Story of a Snack, or A Morning in the Life of EMES Kindergarten

Volunteers Move Outdoor Learning Vision to Final Stages

Fifth Graders Build Marimba with Expert

“Fort” is Newest Addition to EMES Peace Path

PE COVID-19 Olympics Feature Expert Guests

Elementary “Field Day at Home” Scheduled for May 11-15

Sixth Grade Project Explores “Who Am I?”

Kindergartners Put New Kitchen to Work

Senior perspective: Isabella Madrid ’20

Budding Scientists Learn from Budding Teachers

2019 Bay Trip Wrap Up

Sixth Graders Study Trout Life Cycle

Psychology Students Explore Kindergartner Brain Development

Students Explore Photography and Science on North Fork with College Profs

Rest, Nature, Coloring, Lectio Divina: Sabbath in Practice

Playground Offers Hands-on Science Lessons

Sewing and Canning Still Important Life Skills

Centennial Quilt – Nearly Two Years in the Making – Revealed and Dedicated

Science Students Access University Labs

Rising Junior Enjoys Summer Intern Experience in JMU Lab

Alumni Among Experts on Discovery Trip

Discovery Trip is 9th and Last for Barry Darr

Discovery 2019 — Student Reflections

More than 250 Students Serve Across Community

2019 E-term and Explore Week in Photos

Agriculture Production Program Ignites Passion for Conservation

EMHS Biology Students Pursue College-level Independent Research

Chemistry students visit JMU lab

Benefits of Fine Arts Education

Summer Learning Creates Lifelong Memories

History Day to Explore Roman Empire