By Larry Sandomir
7th grade English teacher, Larry Sandomir, discusses how teaching the Holocaust expands the emotional intelligence of his students; inspiring them to question the world around them and to discover the power of their own actions.
By Larry Sandomir
Students in 8th grade Mandarin practiced their conversational skills, and explored Chinese culture during a field trip to Manhattan's Chinatown.
Students in 7th grade explored the complex topic of race in their social studies class through a hands-on science experiment.
Students in the Upper School Community Action class are inspired to lead change in their communities — both in and out of the classroom.
The entire Calhoun community came together for Harvest Festival. This year's theme was “Calhoun Spirit in Action,” and the day was characterized by students extending their school spirit outside the walls of Calhoun.
Social Justice is woven throughout the curriculum at Little Calhoun. As children work, play and make connections, they learn important lessons about fairness, and reflect on the ways they can impact their communities in positive ways.
Students in the Upper School explored film through a historical lens. Looking critically at the events of a given era, students explored the subtle political messages conveyed by popular American films including High Noon and Dirty Harry.
Fifth graders brought immigrant journeys to life this semester, through cross-disciplinary writing projects in language arts and social studies classes. In social studies, students researched immigration at the turn of the 20th century, while their work in language arts focused on viewing immigration through a contemporary lens.
Preschool teachers launched a grade-wide study of birds that would tap into their students' natural curiosity. And as soon as the project took flight, it was clear they had found a topic that was full of possibility!
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