Oct 19

Geometry in Action!

Geometry students gave their first group presentations of the year in math class a couple of weeks ago.  They took twenty pictures of examples of our geometry vocabulary in the world around them and then shared these pictures with the class.  They did a great job.  It’s fun to see the geometry that is all around us and to see what types of things catch other people’s eyes.IMG_0855

Oct 03

WSU Offers New Program Construction Eng. Program


Oct 03

OHSU “Art of Neuroscience” Contest


Sep 26

Watershed Reflections Art & Expressions Contest

Start planning now to participate in Earth Day 2017 by submitting an entry into the student environmental art and expression contest. Download the flyer here: Contest Info

SUBMISSION CATEGORIES (One entry per person):

  • Traditional Media: Drawings, paintings, or mixed media artwork. Entries will be judged based on interpretation of theme, creativity, and presentation.
  • Photography: Unaltered photographs taken within the boundaries of the watershed where you live or go to school. Entries will be judged based on interpretation of theme, creativity, and presentation
  • Recycled Materials: Sculpture, mixed media, or recycled fashion created from at least 80% recycled or reused materials that would otherwise be thrown away or recycled. Fashion pieces must be durable enough to wear in public. Entries will be judged on percentage of recycled material, creative use of materials, and connection to theme.
  • Written Word: Written word pieces must be reflections on the watershed you live or go to school in and must be in the form of a short story or poem. Length of piece must be 500 words or less. Entries will be judged on interpretation of theme, creativity, and writing style.


Sep 16

APES Scientific Evidence Critique

MST Students in Mrs. Dean’s APES class spent part of this week learning and practicing how to critique their ability and their peers’ ability to find scientific evidence in support or in rejection of a claim found in the media. Nice work, APES!

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