May 20, 2012
-- Leonardo da Vinci Health Sciences Charter School (LdVCS) will be presenting its 3rd annual Education Celebration on Wednesday, May 23, 2012, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the LdVCS campus located in Building 8 at 1615 Mater Dei Drive in Chula Vista. Kindergarten through sixth grade students will demonstrate 21st century learning skills necessary for future success by presenting standards-based learning projects to their parents, peers, and the local community.
minute presentation sessions will allow guests to observe and interact with students of all grade levels as they present a diverse array of learning projects which include: kindergarten entomologists sharing their discoveries about the world of insects; first grade authors and time traveler interviews; a second grade blog dedicated to wonder research projects; second grade animal research projects; third grade presentations on how they used sunrise/sunset data to determine the locations of ten mystery locations around the world; fourth grade efforts at changing others’ behaviors about trash and recycling; fifth grade brochures on dust and its affect on your health; and sixth grade research on the health benefits of eating whole grains domesticated in the great ancient civilizations of the world.
Students will discuss the processes involved in the research and accomplishment of their learning product. For more information about the celebration visit http://www.davincicharter.org/Updates/?page_id=1314