Juniors (3rd- and 4th-graders) are spending the year traveling the world! Each unit focuses on a continent. The students will delve into the history, culture, geography, and stories of all seven throughout the school year. As a culminating project for their Africa unit, the students designed and constructed collaborative African village dioramas. Juniors researched the […]
The Junior class is studying the land, culture, and history of the United States all year long. Much of the first part of the year was spent learning about Native Americans from a variety of regions. In teams, the 3rd- and 4th-graders created dioramas depicting early Native American life. Each diorama represents a different geographical […]
North Branch parents are a great classroom resource. Their willingness to share their knowledge and experiences of music, cultures, science, art, history, the natural world, and more are the focus of this #GratiTUdESDAY. Pictured is NBS parent and board member, Reid Harris, Professor of Biology at Blue Ridge Community College, demonstrating the respiratory, circulatory, nervous, […]
Juniors travel back in time as part of their study of Early American history
Bring a dish to share for a potluck meal, then hear from teachers about the upcoming year.