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Rosenmann 2017 Re-cap

The middle school students continue to surprise and impress me with their creativity and perseverance. With only a couple days of school left this year, their accomplishments thus far are an encouraging reminder of the great things to come in 2018. Community Workshop 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade No glue. No tape. Just cardboard, knives and genius. Community workshop students designed full scale...

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A Glance Behind and a Peek Ahead

Our first month of middle school has been colored with plenty smiles and novel experiences. As we move into the High Holidays, let’s take a look at some of the memories we made, as well as a glimpse into the future! THE SOLAR ECLPISE On the very first day of school, the MS students were tasked with constructing solar viewers to help all AJA students safely view the eclipse. ...

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Spring into Science

6th Grade PLTW The sixth grade students have spent the last couple months studying the forces of flight as it applies to gliders and rockets. They use WhiteBox Learning, a STEM learning system for Engineering, Science, and Technology Education classrooms. Completely web-based, students can design, analyze, and simulate their designs, hundreds of times, from a web browser, and compete with other...

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Flying Through February

It is hardly imaginable that hints of spring are everywhere, and it is only mid-February. Out at the Science and Innovation Center, the middle school students are charged up and excited to finish the year strong!                             8th Grade Science and Engineering Last month, our eighth grade students wrapped up their...

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Jump into January

Happy New Year AJA Families! It was awesome to come back this week to smiling faces and stories of adventure. We have some wonderful learning planned for the second half of year, and I, for one, can’t wait to dive in! 8th Grade Science and Engineering This month the students were immersed in a study of electricity and magnetism. They worked with circuit boards to develop an...

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