In groups students chose the American Revolution, French Revolution, or the Glorious Revolution and chose an artifact or building that represented one of the three revolutions. In the recreation of these buildings and or artifacts students focused on the accuracy in terms of details and how these are still relevant for democracy around the world.
Students learn about Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins and Nucleic Acids and how the body uses these organic compounds for fuel!
Students learn the structures and how scientists detect these compounds in Labs.
Students generate menus and perform calculations where fuel from Carbon bonds is converted into energy as calories that meet the specific daily requirements of 15%protein, 30% fat and 55% Carbohydrate. Additionally students chose nutritionally challenged subjects and designed specific menus designed for their specific need.
This year we are proud to announce our first ever Artist-in-Residence collaboration at LVCP with Bay Area professional trombonist and educator, Andy Strain! Mr. Strain is working closely with members from the LVCP jazz band, and was also a featured performer at our fall student recital.
Gallaudet's Puppet Show
Wow! American Sign Language is NOT based on English! Students research how ASL is related to Old Signed French. They learn how Gallaudet started Deaf Education in America, write their own puppet show scripts about the story, create their own puppets, and perform the shows for small groups of LVCS students.
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