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Tuesday, May 21

  1. page home edited Nothing captures the Spirit of May at Harley more than The Oak Tree Ceremony. ​May {EEW_schoo…

    Nothing captures the Spirit of May at Harley more than The Oak Tree Ceremony.
    ​May

    {EEW_school_badge11-8-withborder-orange.jpg} PA, PB & PC Registered Their Earth Day Clean-up Event with The National Environmental Education Ass.Primary Students celebrated Earth Day by caring for the schoolyard. See clip of their action (thanks to Dean Kindig):
    Earth Day 2013
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Tuesday, April 30

  1. page Grade 5 edited ... On October 9, 2012, Grade Five took part in the School-to-School program with the Martin B. An…
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    On October 9, 2012, Grade Five took part in the School-to-School program with the Martin B. Anderson, School #1. The fifth year of the program, it involves a fall water exploration event at Cobbs Hill Park (located just down the road from School #1) and a spring water exploration event at Harley. This program has been made possible by the financial and personnel contributions of Adopt-A-Stream . For thirty years, Adopt-A-Stream has worked on behalf of the water quality of Upstate New York’s rivers and streams. With a three pronged mission of Testing, Teaching and Preserving, they are a wonderful resource for the environmental goals of our K-12 curricula. Adopt-A-StreamIn addition, to these goals, the School-to-School experience also promotes awareness of issues around diversity and opportunity. The video clip below provides a mini-view of this recent School-to-School exploration.
    Water: Shared Resource-Shared Exploration
    April - Science Math Olympics
    Science and math classes recently borrowed the Centrum to toss, pour and estimate...all in metric measure.

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  2. page Primaries edited PA 'Mud Studies' This April, PA took advantage of the warmer weather to explore the ever prese…

    PA 'Mud Studies'
    This April, PA took advantage of the warmer weather to explore the ever present spring mud. The clips below are highlights of their mud collecting activity. This schoolyard trip was preceded by soil discussions...and followed-up with classroom experimentation.
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