The Langley School News
Eighth-graders showcased their writing talents as they presented their recently completed mini-memoirs at an exhibition for parents. They also adapted their memoirs into a children’s book which they read to their kindergarten buddies.
On November 21, approximately 400 grandparents and special friends came to campus for a wonderful morning of student musical performances and classroom visits. Thank you to the many parent and student volunteers who made the day possible.
Congratulations to the 30 students in grades 6-8 who presented the Middle School’s fall production of “Hashtag Romeo." Students were involved in all aspects of the show, serving as student directors and actors and helping with sound, lighting, and costumes.
Eighth-graders took part in a week-long geo-political simulation called the World Peace Game, giving them the opportunity to explore the connectedness of the global community through the lens of economic, social, and environmental crises and the imminent threat of war.
Second-graders organized a flea market as part of their math curriculum. Eager to apply their newfound knowledge of money and making change, these young entrepreneurs set up tables, offering an array of gently used games, toys, books, and baked goods.