Freshman class watches Schindler’s List

Freshmen Students study history from 1933-1945. To end their unit on the Holocaust students get permission slips signed to watch the movie, “Schindler’s List”.   

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Students build Electric Motors

Philip Logsdon’s freshman class works in groups to make electric motors run, to teach the understanding of environment electricity.

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Learning about Reactions in Physics

Physics Teacher Philip Logsdon opens the freshmen class to a lab consisting of reactions, both physical and chemical. Students draw the reactions as a learning technique.

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Students study Sound Waves

Freshmen find out everything they need to know about sound waves from science teacher Philip Logsdon. For those students who are more of visual learners, actually demonstrating and pointing out certain parts of sound waves made class interesting and catered to different learning styles.

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Students study resonance in physics class

Science teacher Philip Logsdon’s freshmen physics class starts off with a lab. The class learns about resonance using water, tubes, and tuning forks.

 

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Physics class celebrates Pi Day

Freshmen Kate Thompson brings in a pie to celebrate Pi day. This falls on March 14th as it represents 3.14, which is the beginning of the number Pi. Logsdon’s physics class gets to have a delicious treat while they learn about properties of light.

 

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