School No. 6 and School No. 8, which are both designated Apple Distinguished Schools, hosted a contingent of educators on Tuesday, March 12, to show how they incorporate Apple technology into their classrooms.
A night to recognize the talents and achievements of students in the Department of World Language, Bilingual and ESL turned into a Latin dance party thanks to visiting musicians from Bachata Academy in the Dominican Republic.
School No. 6 celebrated “Leadership Day” on Friday, March 8, a day when students honor leaders of the past and present and put their own leadership skills on display for visitors.
The former Linden High School library and media center has been transformed into a college-style Learning Commons with a modern look, high-tech tools and relaxed atmosphere. The Board of Education cut the ribbon on Feb. 28.
Meteorologists Andrea Romero and Janice Huff visited School No. 8 on Thursday, Feb. 28, as part of their Weather Kids program, teaching students about different weather phenomena and showing them how they track and predict storms.