Students investigate resources and individuals who have knowledge about the effects of air pollution while determining what role each has played. Students develop and implement a plan for distributing radon and carbon monoxide detectors to senior citizens and families in need, developing sk
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Learners identify discriminatory behaviors and analyze the harmful effects of excluding groups of people. They research strategies for creating a more inclusive school and community to respect human dignity.
The students learn how electricity is created, used, measured, and conserved. Learners explore energy conservation and energy efficiency using a lab activity about lightbulbs and a research assignment about alternative energy resources.
Students identify the mission and needs of animal shelters, both private and municipal. Learners will plan and implement a service project to aid a shelter. They will demonstrate their knowledge about animal shelters by sharing their knowledge with thei
The learners assess the role of animals in sports and entertainment. The learners differentiate between animal cruelty and the humane treatment of animals. They plan advocacy as a way to promote the humane treatment of all animals.
Students explore the cultures of different countries through the food, costume, celebrations, geography, education, music, and other features of a chosen country. The lesson requests the use of parent involvement, and culminates in a vivid presentation at a school assembly.
Use observation, research, and science to determine the health of a local river. Students focus on the history of, reasons for, and possible solutions to an issue in a waterway in their community.
This multi-disciplinary unit takes learners on a journey around the world. While developing the five themes of geography, they explore the role of philanthropy and stewardship in cultures and organizations around the world -- from worldwide relief efforts to grassroots movements.
The learners view works of art that advocate for social change. The learners select an issue of human rights and create a work of art that represents the issue. They write a paragraph of explanation about their work.
Students will learn about the Bahamian Festival, Junkanoo, and examine the way groups work together and preserve culture through the arts, especially when minority rights need to be protected. They will present a parade.