Month: September 2017

Inca Statuettes

By: Tom Goldberg/History Teacher Students in U.S. History I learned about the cultures of the Maya, Aztec, and Inca civilizations that dominated Mesoamerica at various times between A.D. 400 and 1530.  Many artifacts were found from all of these civilizations, but we paid special attention to the gold and silver statuettes found made by the …

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Hope Sheds Light Walk

By; Megan McQueen/ Instructional Paraprofessional On Saturday September 9, the annual Hope Sheds Light Walk was held in Seaside Heights.   Ocean Academy staff members took to the boardwalk to join close to 2,000 participants helping to raise awareness as well as educating the community on available resources towards addiction recovery.  Staff members showed their support …

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Summer Wrap Up

By: Heather Lacher, Instructional Paraprofessional Ocean Academy students got to experience a virtual 3-D show of space at the Ocean County College Planetarium . Throughout the live show the students learned about the Sun ant its motions, the moon, the Lunar phases, and the constellations, bright stars, and planets visible in the current sky.  After …

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