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  • Pink Ribbon Event – Be Aware

    Join our first Breast Cancer Awareness Day for a session with great food, drinks, speakers, and gifts. Think pink, come, help, and support our cause Metropolitan School cordially invites you to our upcoming Parents’ Workshop. Kindly RSVP your attendance via

  • Kindness bulletin board

    Here at MET we care about our staff and their happiness. The Sunshine Committee, led by Ms. Shirley, created a kindness bulletin board. Teachers are encouraged to take an inspirational thought or quote and keep it for themselves or give to someone else. #METcares

  • pumpkin art work and practicing fry sight words.

    Grade 1 students are making pumpkin art work and practicing fry sight words.

  • Gravitational potential energy

    Grade 8 has been studying energy and forces. In the photo, our students are measuring the mass of a tennis ball. They will use this data to calculate the gravitational potential energy (GPE) of the tennis ball when dropped from various heights. Later during the lab, they will use an

  • Grade 4 Students playing on Xylophone

    Grade 4 Cornell Students have been learning the basics of music theory, and with that knowledge, they were able to analyze their very first music sheet, “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” composed by W.A.Mozart (1756-1791). After analyzing the music sheet and being able to read notes for the first time, they