Our eighth graders have been working all year on projects that have allowed them to deepen their knowledge of subjects they are interested in and are outside their school studies.
On Thursday, May 4, they will show parents and other visitors their progress, and talk about what they have learned. Last year, the subjects ranged from learning card tricks to rock-wall climbing to learning to build a remote-control car.
The students have worked closely with adult advisors in developing their projects.
The evening begins in the Muller Auditorium with presentations by some of the students. Then everyone moves to Berman Athletics Center, where students will show their display boards and talk about their projects.