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Programming unplugged

Second-graders in Mrs. Orth's class, under the direction of Lower School Technology Integrationist Kimberly Marlow, use crayon and pencil on graph paper for an introductory look at programming. Students used codes and symbols to complete a basic form of algorithmic problem-solving. 
 
Programming unplugged
Second-graders in Mrs. Orth's class, under the direction of Lower School Technology Integrationist Kimberly Marlow, use crayon and pencil on graph paper for an introductory look at programming. Students used codes and symbols to complete a basic form of algorithmic problem-solving.
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Kindergarten cats
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Gancedo's class complement a math lesson by cutting out shapes to make Geo Cats.
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Mr. Hulm and the temple of artifacts
Sixth-graders in Mr. Hulm's history class enjoy the first of Mr. Hulm's many in-class personas that appear throughout the year, as he becomes Dr. Indiana Jones for an artifact challenge. Students are presented artifacts and given five minutes to divine as much information as possible about the artifacts' origins and purpose.
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Place value
Fourth-graders in Mrs. Mohandesi's class, with the help of fourth grade teaching assistant Ms. Kelley, break into groups to work on different aspects of place value in the Math in Focus curriculum.
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Spelling and searching
Second-graders in Mrs. Izbicki's class complete a spelling exercise before moving on to a word search.
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Literate kindergarteners
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Pappas' class rotate through a series of literacy stations in which they focus on reading, writing, rhyming, reflecting and more.
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The measure of a scientist
In Ms. Newman's science lab, sixth-graders practice measuring mass, volume and length using the metric system with a triple beam balance, graduated cylinder and other science tools like plastic dinosaurs.
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Buddy up
Sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders meet their kindergarten, first- and second-grade buddies for the first time this school year and enjoy a variety of activities ranging from simple getting to know you games to duck, duck, goose on the field.
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Head of School's Message: Sept. 8
Following the secondary school application meeting at Middle School Back-to-School night, an eighth grade parent lamented, tongue-in-cheekily, “If Chandler had a high school we wouldn’t have to go through this.” Chandler High is not on the horizon. The secondary school placement process led by Assistant Head of School Anneke Emerson matches graduates with approximately 17 secondary schools, from Webb in Claremont to Harvard-Westlake in Studio City. It’s an important part of our program that eighth-graders and their parents experience together.  
 
Chandler’s identity as a K-8 school is established. Whether your child is continuing in our program from a previous year, embarking on a nine-year experience by starting in kindergarten or joining us for a two- or three-year Middle School experience, we believe there are compelling reasons why the K-8 configuration works so well.

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