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These kids finally slowed down long enough to get a good picture! Glad they're having fun!
CREECS goes to Washington! First day is going great!
Hey! What y'all learning in there??
Great day at the Ronald McDonald House with the 8th grade today. we took 25 gallons worth of pop tabs at the school collected and spent the morning volunteering helping around the house.
Having a great @algalita POPS conference! Just got finished presenting our poster AND meeting other students from around the world to learn what they're doing to fight plastic pollution!!
Today was rainy in San Diego so we rolled up to Hollywood! Walked on the Oscars Red Carpet , took in the Griffith Observatory, and walked the Walk of Fame! Work starts tomorrow! #algalita2019
Whales, sea lions, and dolphins! Checking out the local wildlife before our summit!
Happy Valentine's Day! We made Valentine's to our favorite outside places!
Building bat boxes, in 5th grade!! Bats are great to have around since they can eat 8000 mosquitos a night; they just can't live in our classrooms!!
Happy Birthday to our favorite school goats! Dot and Nelson were born three years ago during recess!!
Peas please! Getting our spring organic vegetables sprouting!
So much fun building mock Roman roads in Ms. Tracy's social studies class
The 6th grade has come up with a plan to clean up Jeremy Creek. The first step is experimenting with how to clean oil out of the water.
After some predator issues over Christmas break, 3rd grade is helping engineer a new, safe chicken coop for our flock
Happy South Carolina Arbor Day! The McClellanville tree committee and Woodsy the Owl helped us plant a for tree to celebrate
Have an old pumpkin lying around? Send it in to Ms. Allie! Our pigs and chickens would love to dispose of them for you!
So proud and excited to announce that our 8th grade was once again chosen to present their marine debris project at the Algalita Youth Summit in Southern California. Four of our 8th grade students will be headed to Dana Beach, California to work with other middle and high school students from around the world to find a solution the plastic pollution problem.
We're having a class competition to see who can collect the most pop tabs to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House! Today we made containers for collection!
Hope everyone is having a restful break! Happy Thanksgiving!