DDD Update

Thank you to all families who donated to the DDD!  This year was a success, earning $14,832 for our students so far. If you haven’t donated yet, there’s still time. Here are the many ways you can help your child’s school. How can you help? Write a check. If every family gave $55.00 per child, we would reach our goal of $25,000. We know some families cannot afford $55.00, so anything you can give will […]

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Math in Real Life

Lies, d*** lies, and statistics? Not for our algebra students! They’re deeply engaged in learning about statistics and data modeling, and connecting their classroom learning with the real world. Students in Sara Jenson’s algebra class have been learning about statistics and how to model two-variable data. In their culminating project, students have chosen a real-world topic related to social justice and equity issues, identified two quantitative variables, and completed a full analysis of their association. It’s all […]

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Math in Real Life

Lies, d*** lies, and statistics? Not for our algebra students! They’re deeply engaged in learning about statistics and data modeling, and connecting their classroom learning with the real world. Students in Sara Jenson’s algebra class have been learning about statistics and how to model two-variable data. In their culminating project, students have chosen a real-world topic related to social justice and equity issues, identified two quantitative variables, and completed a full analysis of their association. It’s all […]

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Anxiety 101

In the past few years, anxiety has been on the rise in our schools. This presentation will start by defining anxiety, outlining the different types of anxiety and discussing what anxiety can look like at this age.   We will discuss strategies to use when your child is experiencing anxiety and talk about steps to take when anxiety surpasses normal levels. We will share the plan Spencer Butte uses as it partners with families to […]

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