Students at the Bellevue campus put on their science hats in February! First grade students learned about recycling and created projects from recycled materials. Second grade students had their first introduction to the scientific method and worked closely with their parents to produce projects following the method. Third through fifth grade students also applied the scientific method to their projects. They came up with a question to solve, devised a hypothesis, and completed their experiments noting the procedures used and the results obtained. Each project was also accompanied by a written conclusion. There were many fun and creative projects: how to make a raw egg bounce, natural lip balm vs. traditional, the effect of vinegar on bones, computer game programming, and the explanation of how a football deflates when subjected to changes in temperature. The students all enjoyed listening to each other’s presentations and ribbons were awarded to the winners during our Science Fair on February 5th.
The students in Mrs. Rohwer’s third and fourth grade class reached into their pockets and piggy banks to make a donation to the Christian organization, World Vision. The class voted to have the money applied to support and protect oppressed children in the East. A fourth grade boy recently asked Mrs. Rohwer, “When can we start collecting for our next donation to world Vision?”
If you’ve been wondering if the Bellevue campus of Cedar Park Christian School is the right fit for your family, please visit us February 5 at 7:00pm. At our Open House and Campus Preview, you’ll have the opportunity to meet our wonderful teachers, visit their classrooms and tour our great campus. You’ll meet our […]