Watch a parade of floats created by Oakdale 3rd graders! The class completed this amazing project during an asynchronous, remote learning Wednesday. read the book Elmer, By David McKee. This is a story about being unique and embracing differences. Then students created their own "Parade Float" to represent what makes them unique. They were able to share their designs and why they chose what they did to represent themselves.
Thanks to our staff and students in 1st & 5th grade at Greenlodge Elementary for helping us launch the new COVID-19 Pooled Testing Program. Last week 75 staff and students participated in the testing program. Testing will be rolled out to all Dedham Schools - expanding at Greenlodge this week, then into other schools over the next couple of weeks. See some photos from our first testing participants in action!
The 8th Grade Boylston Team completed their unit on gravity at the end of 2020 - and created some amazing ways to showcase what they learned. Working with teacher, Sean Bowles, instead of a test, students were asked to create a moving model to answer the question: How does gravity manipulate the universe? Take a look at a few examples of how this team creatively applied their knowledge of Gravity:
Included in this year‘s special virtual community celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. are personal statements from Dedham students. If you were unable to watch the Celebration on Monday, January 18th, you can watch them here as they share their experiences and their dreams for a future that honors Dr. King‘s vision of inclusion and personal freedom.
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