Alehtea works with three students on long division review in the field

We made it through our first biweekly of the school year! This week we started humanities class and practiced using timelines and ‘KWL” charts (an assessment tool that fosters fun discussions, too!). Students also learned and discussed what works, or doesn’t, for remote learning at home. We’re looking forward to a fresh start of Biweekly 2 on Monday, when students will set new academic goals for themselves, start to dig a little deeper into our study of the 20th Century, read more of our book Bread and Roses, Too, and more. See below for some cute pictures from the week, and have a great weekend! -Four Winds School

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