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Scoring "The Outsiders"

Seventh-graders are put in groups and prompted to find a song that parallels specific characters and themes from the novel "The Outsiders" in Mrs. Laird's English class. After working finding the song, the groups explain to the class why the song is analogous to the book in terms of lyrical content, song structure and mood.
 
Scoring "The Outsiders"
Seventh-graders are put in groups and prompted to find a song that parallels specific characters and themes from the novel "The Outsiders" in Mrs. Laird's English class. After working finding the song, the groups explain to the class why the song is analogous to the book in terms of lyrical content, song structure and mood.
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Density of gas
Eighth-graders measure the density of gas in Mr. Korn's lab using a bucket of water, clever deployment of rubber tubing and an effervescent antacid.
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Action stations
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Gancedo's class break into sections to work on reading, writing, the alphabet, poetry and more, all under the attentive guidance of Mrs. Gancedo and teaching assistant Mrs. Barbato.
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California relief
Fourth-graders take to Johnson Courtyard to create relief maps of California using a specialized dough. According to an impromptu taste test by a few students, the dough is "very salty."
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Measuring density
Sixth-graders in Ms. Newman's lab calculate the density of three different liquids after first measuring their mass and volume&, utilizin a triple beam balance and a graduated cylinder. The lab helps students understand how the three main layers of Earth were formed.
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Digging history
Sixth-graders in Mr. Hulm's Ancient History class carry out a simulated archaeological dig in the area east of the field, unearthing artifacts planted by Mr. Hulm in addition to a few surprise finds.
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Autumn Apple Cake
Second-graders in Mrs. Izbicki's class partake in a Mrs. Izbicki tradition: the baking of the Autumn Apple Cake.
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Coding stations of fun
Using a combination of Bee-Bots and written work, Technology Integrationist Ms. Marlow works with first-graders in Mrs. Barry's class refine their understanding of programming.
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Head of School's Message: Sept. 29
The concrete arrived last week. Two thousand two hundred cubic yards weighing 4.6 million pounds will be poured before the Chandler Tower Project is completed. That’s more than 10,000 pounds of concrete for each Chandler student. Chandler School is built to last.
 
On Friday, Chandler’s 64th birthday, we celebrated Founder's Day. For that morning’s assembly, Director of Communications Martin Voss assembled a series of slides documenting Chandler’s history which he narrated. Peter Gabriel’s "Sledgehammer" played quietly in the background. The volume increased to accompany slides of the demolitions of the old Lower School buildings in 1999 and the old Middle School buildings in 2009. A series of time-lapse photos documented the progress of the Tower project.

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