Why Sketch? A case for getting our students to access their “right” brain on a regular basis. By Gena Fields, Art Teacher at Park Academy October 2016 When I accepted the Art Teacher position at Park Academy, I knew
Mrs. Nemer’s class conducted a Love/Hate #2 experiment. This is a non-quantifiable science project based upon a Japanese researcher, Dr. Masuru Emoto, who looked at how ice crystals formed when exposed to positive words vs. negative words.
I’ve always believed that no student is “bad” at science. This feeling only comes with time, after a child has been led to believe that science is a scary subject with too large of words and little connection to their
Mr. Lowery joined the Park Academy team in 2015 as the Associate Director. Previously the principal at Bridges Middle School, he has hit the ground running at Park Academy. His first challenge: Park Academy started the year with 74 students, the most ever