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  • Science Fair

    “The Met science fair is designed to stimulate student interest in science. Students self-select a topic from any science discipline, and must develop an engineering or experimental project connected to their chosen topic. In addition, scientific information must be organized on a tri-fold display board and verbally presented to judges.

  • KG2 Reading Performance

    During module 2, students built their literacy and science skills as they engaged in a study of the weather through various informational texts. They even created a class weather journal and tracked their individual learning in a meteorologist’s notebook. After listening to The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats, KG2

  • Performing Task/ Grade 4

    During module 1, fourth-grade students learned about poetry and poets through close reading and writing to learn. Throughout the module, students determined the characteristics of poetry and considered what inspires writers and poets. After completing the novel, Love That Dog, students considered which of the poems they read inspired them

  • Grade 6 Performance Task

    Our sixth-grade students had their first Performance Task for their parents! Students were tasked with creating their own hero and writing a narrative that followed through the stages learned in the informational text “The Hero’s Journey.” Throughout this module, students were involved in a deep study of mythology, its purposes,

  • Grade 2 Reading Initiative

    Grade 2 students visited the KG2 classes to share their learning for their first Performance Task of the year. Students created books titled The Most Important Thing About School that compared and contrasted Metropolitan to a school in another part of the world, and talked about why school is important.