Sessions for Education Beyond Boundaries

   Sessions  
 Title  Description  Additional Information
 EF Educational Tours: Inspire a New Perspective of the World Learn more about the SP Travel program, how to start a travel program at your own school, and how EF can provide settings to sharpen key 21st century skills: critical thinking, problem solving, communication, collaboration and global competence.
Location: 
Cafe

Light Purple Color Block
 
 Mini-Session Booths in the Learning Center               F.L.Y. - Fostering Leadership in our Youth (FLY) is a group of high school athletes that serve as mentors for the youth in our corporation. Agriscience Fair - South Putnam FFA members will discuss how they compete in this contest by choosing a research topic and composing their own research to answer a hypothesis in science. The Marigold Project - The Marigold Project provides food, hygiene products, clothing, shoes, and laundry/cleaning supplies for middle and high school students in need. Come see how students are meeting needs in the community. Diversity Club - Students will share information, answer questions and explain why this club exists at South. Bringing the Constitution to Life – See how SP students worked together to create visual displays about the Constitution to educate fellow students and also the community! DAR  - Find out about this award that recognizes and rewards individuals who possess the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism in their homes, schools and communities. Location

Learning Center

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F.L.Y. Info. Sheet Link

 The Marigold Project Info. Sheet Link 

Constitution Infographic Project Request Link
 
 Robotics  The world is moving to a more robot- based lifestyle. Students explore how to code, create, and use a robot to perform tasks.  Location:

Computer Science Room

Gray Block Color


 Accuracy of the Medieval Faire  Check out two potential booths for the “Medieval Faire” in Cloverdale that SP students have created! Location:

Near Learning Center

Gray Block Color


 Clayshire Castle Handout Link

Faire Program Link

 Desmos Polygraph  Students engage with each other in this fast -paced digital form of mathematical Guess Who?. Pick your partner’s item by asking yes/no questions involving math vocabulary and concepts Location: 

C 26
Dark Blue Block Color
 
Flipgrid Fever   Students will share how they are catching #FlipGridFever. Students will explain why they like learning with FlipGrid. Participants will get the chance to make their own or respond to someone else’s FlipGrid. Location

C25
Dark Blue Block Color

 
 Clean Water for a Better World  Learn about clean water and have interactive opportunities to explore the effects of dirty water. Donations will support a student-led effort to raise the funds for the building of a well in Africa! Location:

C28
Dark Blue Block Color
 

Clean Water for a Better World Handout
 Spanish: Teaching at the Elementary  SPHS students have been teaching Spanish lessons to elementary students. These students will share their lessons and explain the educational benefits of learning a second language.  Location:

C30
Dark Blue Block Color


 Making it Stick: U.S. History Collaboration   5th grade teachers partnered with Mrs. Henry and APUSH students to help elementary students prepare for their ILearn social studies exam. Students developed review games, quizzes and videos for their younger peers. Location:

C29
Dark Blue Block Color

 
 Transitioning to Life after High School  Come learn the exciting ways SP helps transition students to life after high school!  Location:

C10
Light Blue Block Color


 Physics Fun with Science Express  Come participate in hands-on sessions with students as they explain and demonstrate motion concepts using science equipment on loan from Science Express. Location:

C49
Light Blue Block Color


 A Taste of Genetics: The Bitter Taste of Broccoli  Mrs. Hodge loves broccoli; Ms. Morison can’t stand it. Students will explain this phenomenon by collecting and analyzing DNA samples to determine if this difference is genetic. Location:

C37
Light Blue Block Color


 A Taste of Genetics Handout
 To Strike or Not to Strike: A Foreign Policy Simulation   Do you think you have what it takes to look at classified intel and determine whether or not to launch an attack on a terror cell in Yemen? Location:

C15
Light Blue Block Color

 What's Fishy Here: Aquaponics  Come see the SP Aquaponics lab as students show the growing and care of over 1,500 Tilapia fish each school year as well as over 1,000 various plant species! Location:

Aquaponics Lab
Light Green Block Color

 
 South Putnam FFA  Learn about South Putnam FFA and how students develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. Location:

B33/B35
Light Green Block Color


 Mathematics in the Making  Where do we see math in our day-to-day lives? Come explore projects students complete to answer this fascinating question. Location:

MS 108
Light Green Block Color

 
 3D Shape and City Built by Transversal  Struggling with understanding the “new” math? Come find out that math is not new- it’s just explored differently through hands-on projects. Location:

MS 107
Light Green Block Color

 Future City Engineering Club  You are tasked with designing the city of the future, engineered to be powered by a natural disaster-resistant grid. Will you be up to the challenge? These middle schoolers were!
Location:

MS 102

Light Green Block Color

Future City Handout Link 
 Music Tech Remix  Explore 21st-century technology and techniques in the music classroom. Includes a live performance featuring an industry standard DJ controller! Location:

B3

Light Purple Block Color

 
 The Eagle Restoration Project  What happened to the old gym floor? The Advanced 3D art class has been working hard as a team to permanently install the historic gym floor eagle onto the commons wall and design a business plan to fundraise the costs of the restoration.  Come see their progress. Location:
Commons

Light Purple Block Color


 Link to Donation Page to Support the Restoration

 

Sessions

 

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

Additional Information

 

EF Educational Tours: Inspire a New Perspective of the World

Learn more about the SP Travel program, how to start a travel program at your own school, and how EF can provide settings to sharpen key 21st century skills: critical thinking, problem solving, communication, collaboration and global competence.

 

 

 

Mini-Sessions Booths in the Learning Center

F.L.Y. - Fostering Leadership in our Youth (FLY) is a group of high school athletes that serve as mentors for the youth in our corporation.

Agriscience Fair - South Putnam FFA members will discuss how they compete in this contest by choosing a research topic and composing their own research to answer a hypothesis in science.

The Marigold Project - The Marigold Project provides food, hygiene products, clothing, shoes, and laundry/cleaning supplies for middle and high school students in need. Come see how students are meeting needs in the community. 

Diversity Club - Students will share information, answer questions and explain why this club exists at South.

Bringing the Constitution to Life – See how SP students worked together to create visual displays about the Constitution to educate fellow students and also the community!

DAR  - Find out about this award that recognizes and rewards indivduals who possess teh qaulitite of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism in their homes, schools and communities. 

 

 

Robotics

The world is moving to a more robot- based lifestyle. Students explore how to code, create, and use a robot to perform tasks.

 


Accuracy of the Medieval Faire

Check out two potential booths for the “Medieval Faire” in Cloverdale that SP students have created!

 


Desmos Polygraph

Students engage with each other in this fast -paced digital form of mathematical Guess Who?. Pick your partner’s item by asking yes/no questions involving math vocabulary and concepts.

 


 

Sessions

 

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

Additional Information


Flipgrid Fever

Students will share how they are catching #FlipGridFever. Students will explain why they like learning with FlipGrid. Participants will get the chance to make their own or respond to someone else’s FlipGrid.

 


Clean Water for a Better World

Learn about clean water and have interactive opportunities to explore the effects of dirty water. Donations will support a student-led effort to raise the funds for the building of a well in Africa!

 


Spanish: Teaching at the Elementary

SPHS students have been teaching Spanish lessons to elementary students. These students will share their lessons and explain the educational benefits of learning a second language.

 


Making it Stick – U.S. History Collaboration

5th grade teachers partnered with Mrs. Henry and APUSH students to help elementary students prepare for their ILearn social studies exam. Students developed review games, quizzes and videos for their younger peers.

 

Transitioning to Life after High School

Come learn the exciting ways SP helps transition students to life after high school!

 


Physics Fun with Science Express

Come participate in hands-on sessions with students as they explain and demonstrate motion concepts using science equipment on loan from Science Express.

 


A Taste of Genetics: The Bitter Taste of Broccoli

Mrs. Hodge loves broccoli; Ms. Morison can’t stand it. Students will explain this phenomenon by collecting and analyzing DNA samples to determine if this difference is genetic.

 


To Strike or Not to Strike: A Foreign Policy Simulation

Do you think you have what it takes to look at classified intel and determine whether or not to launch an attack on a terror cell in Yemen?  

 


What’s Fishy Here: Aquaponics

Come see the SP Aquaponics lab as students show the growing and care of over 1,500 Tilapia fish each school year as well as over 1,000 various plant species!

 


 

 

Sessions 

 

 

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

Additional Information

 

 
South Putnam FFA

Learn about South Putnam FFA and how students develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. 

 


Mathematics in the Making

Where do we see math in our day-to-day lives? Come explore projects students complete to answer this fascinating question.

 

3D shape and city built by Transversal

Struggling with understanding the “new” math? Come find out that math is not new- it’s just explored differently through hands-on projects.

 

Future City Engineering Club

You are tasked with designing the city of the future, engineered to be powered by a natural disaster-resistant grid. Will you be up to the challenge? These middle schoolers were!

 

Music Tech Remix

Explore 21st-century technology and techniques in the music classroom. Includes a live performance featuring an industry standard DJ controller!

 

The Eagle Restoration Project

What happened to the old gym floor? The Advanced 3D art class has been working hard as a team to permanently install the historic gym floor eagle onto the commons wall and design a business plan to fundraise the costs of the restoration.  Come see their progress. 

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