Students geocaching in 3E Science class
Studying latitude and longitude – combined with creative lesson planning by science teacher Lori Watson – led to a geocaching activity for students in Earth, Energy and Environment. Geocaching involves using GPS-capable devices to find a specific spot and then attempt to find the geocache (usually a container with an objects inside) purposely placed at that spot. These containers – spread across the school campus – had curriculum-related questions for students to answer. #piusproud
Don McKee likes to keep his students busy with multiple projects taking place at once, and today’s Building Construction class was a perfect example. He
The Honor Guard prays together, cleans the chapel and honors God each week. Watch and listen to three members talk about the impact the experience has on others and themselves.
Homemade pasta with pesto sauce was on the lesson plan and the menu for students in Intro to Culinary Arts. Teacher Amy Shonka had students