Learning across grade levels builds such a strong community!
One of the many benefits of a small school is the ability for students to interact across divisions. The latest Innovation Program field trip took advantage of this; at the Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) in Ft. Lauderdale, middle and upper school students collaborated with lower school buddies to complete a scavenger hunt throughout the museum.
Among the 25 challenges students sought to complete were activities like discovering which craters on Earth are the oldest, completing a puzzle of a skeleton, and testing balance. After the hour-long hunt, students viewed Hubble 3D in IMAX.
Middle and upper school students had the task of helping the lower schoolers to prioritize and complete the activities. In addition to using their knowledge…
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