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21 10, 2018

Oh, What A Harvest!

By |2019-08-19T04:52:32-04:00October 21st, 2018|Environmental Education, School Gardens|Comments Off on Oh, What A Harvest!

What a harvest, as school began in the fall of 2018! Here's what we grew throughout the summer of 2018 and into October, in our productive and beautiful school gardens at CLCS: red raspberries, butternut squash, gourds, acorn squash, pattypan squash, Indian corn, onions, roma tomatoes, yellow pear tomatoes, purple and green basil, blue lake [...]

21 10, 2018

Pollinators in the Garden!

By |2019-08-19T05:03:12-04:00October 21st, 2018|Environmental Education, School Gardens|Comments Off on Pollinators in the Garden!

The CLCS Gardens grew abundantly this year, and we saw many pollinators in the garden, during the autumn of 2018. Some of the milkweed we planted last year survived, and we had monarch caterpillars feasting on the leaves! The mix of flowers was truly lovely. The children planted sunflowers, nasturtiums, marigolds, cleome, zinnias, echinacea and [...]

1 04, 2018

Michael Hattery

By |2018-04-01T15:40:59-04:00April 1st, 2018|Alumni|Comments Off on Michael Hattery

Political Science and War History Literature, Clarkson University, 2015 Law student at Case Western Reserve School of Law Michael Hattery, a 2005 CLCS graduate, went on to Clarkson University to study Political Science and War History Literature(class of 2015), and is currently married and a second year law student at Case Western Reserve School [...]

7 03, 2018

Environmental Education in 7th & 8th

By |2018-03-07T22:34:38-05:00March 7th, 2018|Environmental Education|Comments Off on Environmental Education in 7th & 8th

Ian Bateman has been working with the 7th & 8th graders at CLCS since the fall, on various outdoor projects during Environmental Education. They have been exploring and clearing trails to make them more accessible, surveying the local plants and animals, and checking and doing upkeep on the Bluebird boxes that were installed during [...]

10 02, 2018

Andrew Lytle

By |2018-04-01T15:44:16-04:00February 10th, 2018|Alumni|Comments Off on Andrew Lytle

3D Digital Design, Rochester Institute of Technology CLCS alumni, Andrew Lytle, grew up in an environment of creativity. His father, Wayne Lytle, is the founder of Animusic, an American musical computer animation company. Andrew obviously has the same proclivity towards creative animation! Andrew Lytle graduated from CLCS in 2010, was homeschooled for High School, [...]

10 02, 2018

Audrey Moore

By |2018-04-01T15:43:18-04:00February 10th, 2018|Alumni|Comments Off on Audrey Moore

Special Education Chair Person Prince George's County Public Schools CLCS alumni, Audrey Moore, began attending CLCS in 4th grade, and she found that learning can be an adventure and is fun! Audrey learned to work hard academically, but most importantly, she learned about the mercy, grace and love of Christ. It’s because [...]

7 02, 2018

Nikolas Lamb

By |2018-04-01T15:55:22-04:00February 7th, 2018|Alumni|Comments Off on Nikolas Lamb

Computer Science, Clarkson University Alumni Nikolas Lamb graduated from CLCS in 2011, and then graduated from Dryden High School with a scholarship to Clarkson University, in Potsdam NY. Nikolas is currently a junior at Clarkson, and is working towards a degree in Computer Science with a minor in Math. During his sophomore year [...]

5 02, 2018

5th & 6th Grade Science: Crime Scene Investigation

By |2018-02-06T10:02:07-05:00February 5th, 2018|Science|Comments Off on 5th & 6th Grade Science: Crime Scene Investigation

"Who done it?" The 5th & 6th graders investigated "blood" samples from a "crime scene" last week, during their study of the circulatory system. Someone was found bleeding and unconscious, and the students had to figure out "who done it!" It turned out that it was an accident, not a crime, and the [...]

3 02, 2018

Snowflake Art

By |2019-08-19T04:41:17-04:00February 3rd, 2018|Art|Comments Off on Snowflake Art

Winter Art with Kathy Mead Our first and second grade Art classes made swirling snowflake art with oil pastels and tissue paper. This is a fantastic (if messy) project and uses "bleeding" tissue paper to create the beautiful colors. Hybrid-homeschool students, who join the CLCS community on Wednesdays, enjoyed making the snowflake art [...]

12 11, 2017

Primary B Environmental Education

By |2017-11-13T10:26:42-05:00November 12th, 2017|Environmental Education, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Primary B Environmental Education

A Wetland Adventure! "If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder...he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement and mystery of the world we live in." ~Rachel Carson, The Sense of Wonder [...]