Mrs. Butterworth’s ESL World History Students polished their geography skills by locating important places in the kingdom of Mali! This was a challenging assignment involving research, writing and drawing. Each student did an outstanding job!
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YES, YES, Yes We Do! We have Spirit how ’bout YOU? It is RBC Heritage Week on Hilton Head and the students and staff of Heritage Academy have enjoyed getting in the spirit of this very special event! Monday kick-started the week as students came to school dressed as twins, triplets, and even quadruplets! On […]
Our yearbook staff is shown here working hard to plan the layout of the 2014 Current! Led by co-editors Maggie Ashmore and Dakota Sabados, we are taking photos, creating templates, and writing captions. Help us to capture your memories by submitting your original, action-filled photos to anyone on our staff.
First speeches are always scary, but practice makes perfect! Topics ranged from “Why Competitive Dance is a Sport” to “The History of Pizza.” Students chose their own topics, engaged in research, and practiced with Mrs. Butterworth before Speech Day. Everyone did an outstanding job!
Students in Mrs. Butterworth’s Literature and Writing class drew their interpretation of the setting for the novel Holes. The students had a great time with this project! Students used the internet for inspiration. These wonderful drawings are on display in the upstairs hallway for all to see and appreciate! Great work, class!