Month: April 2018

Villains

By: Mr. Hayden/Art Teacher   What would Batman be without Joker? Harry Potter without Voldemort? Optimus Prime without Megatron? Stone Cold without The Rock?  Great stories are driven by conflict, and great conflict is developed with the help of a dastardly villain. Villains exemplify the worst within all of us. Greed, Rage, pride and envy …

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Autism Awareness Month

By Kimmy Wada, Instructional Paraprofessional April showers bring May flowers – and awareness about autism!   April is Autism Awareness Month.  To show their support, Room 1 has created a bulletin board featuring an Autism Tree, encouraging Ocean Academy staff and students to “grow their awareness.” Sixth grade student, Cody, went around the school to get everyone …

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March Madness

By: David Laudien/Student and Mr.  T.J. Casey/Instructional Paraprofessional  Did you know this is the 79th running year of the NCAA Men’s Division 1 basketball tournament?  For sports fans, March Madness in one of the most exciting times of the year.  Buzzer beaters, overtimes and upsets are all part of this action-packed month!  Every year, 68 …

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Rosie The Riveter

By: Drennan Hayden/Art Teacher In order to commemorate Women’s History Month (March) the students all chose an influential woman to illustrate. Student selection included Amelia Earhart, Ronda Rousey, The Queen of England, Rosa parks and many more. The illustrations were posted to the bulletin board with a large painting of Rosie the Riveter as the …

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