Month: October 2015

  • Falling for First Grade!

    Our 1st grade students have been enjoying the sights, smells, sounds, and even tastes of fall! After reading A Tree is Nice at the beginning of fall under the oak tree outside of the school, we did an observation of the tree; we’ll go back later in the fall to do another observation and then chart […]

  • JK Life Imitates Art

    Our JK students have been working hard this past quarter to understand how color works. They have learned, with the help of three naughty mice in the story Mouse Paint, the three primary colors and how they interact to create the secondary colors. They have worked with paints themselves and seen how blue and yellow create […]

  • Olympic Swimmer Visits with 3rd Grade Olympians!

    Gil Stovall, a swimmer who participated in the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the 200m butterfly, came to share with our 3rd graders what life as an Olympic athlete is like. He shared about the intense practice schedule – 5:30 a.m. for a “wake-up swim,” every single day. the unusual eating habits – six eggs, a […]

  • Classical Literature with Mrs. Perry

    Classical Literature lends itself to many things here at Westminster Academy. It is a way for our lower and upper school students to interact during our annual Olympic games. It provides yet another opportunity for our Seniors to preside over us as the gods and goddesses they have become. And, most of all, it is […]

  • Kindergarten Blooms in Art!

    Our creative kindergartners have finished another project! We love the hands-on learning that is happening in our early elementary program!

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