On February 3, 2015, all Advocate Groups met to discuss Tolerance. Miss Hill’s class focused on tolerance by looking at stereotypes. Students participated in an activity where 10 statements were posted to the board. Each student received the face of a teenager (no students from Heritage Academy) and had to match the teenager to the statement. Students […]
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Miss Hill’s Advocacy class met this past Tuesday, November 11, 2014, to discuss respect. The topic was, “How is respect shown in your culture?” Among a class representing American, Japanese, Korean, Guatemalan, and Indian cultures some interesting perspectives were brought forth. One difference in respect between American and some Asian cultures is the respect of elders. […]
Mrs. Tuchscherer and Dazhuang Li take a moment to view a video of Heritage Academy’s own violinist, Amelie Ratliff. She was named the winner of the Armstrong Atlantic Youth Orchestra: Young Artist Concerto Competition for the Junior Division, on Novemeber 1, 2014. We are very proud of her!
Here in the ESL Science Advanced class, which focuses on biology, students take a microscopic look at various human and animal blood cells. There are also different slides that include various types of cells from vegetables, human organs, etc. The students sketched what they saw by color and shape. DongJin Park examines the slides and sketches his findings. […]