On Wednesday, January 22, students in grades JK-12 celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy with more than 80 workshops and activities. Visiting authors, crafters, journalists, activists and artists in addition to Latin's faculty and staff engaged in topics ranging from school segregation to healthcare to gender bias to the role of the electoral college.
Students in the upper school class "Spice: Food, Trade & Culture" took a field trip to the world’s largest Starbucks to study the globalization of companies and to see in action the impact commodities have on society.
Engineering Amigos is a program in the lower school that pairs each fourth grade student with an SK “amigo” to engage in a series of engineering and design challenges throughout the year. The program began in 2016 and it continues to grow and change each year.
Middle school science teachers Beth Manning, Juliana Reese-Clauson and Wayne Wheatley shared with parents how they are implementing mastery learning strategies into the middle school science curriculum.
Senior kindergarten teachers love reading and hope to instill the same feeling in their young students.