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What we've been working on

(it's some pretty cool stuff)

At Divide Public School we strive to provide a hands-on learning experience for all students. Students are exposed to a wide variety of subjects but focus around NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields. Students perform experiments such as growing hydroponic gardens, performing snow studies, and raising rainbow trout. Once a week students receive an hour of hands-on and in-depth technology class. These classes include lessons in typing, Microsoft Office, coding, website design, and research. Currently, students are writing about their latest field trip focused around the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Current Projects increases diversity in computer science by reaching students of all backgrounds where they are - at their skill-level, in their schools, and in ways that inspire them to keep learning.

Lewis and Clark Expedition

Students researched different people that were involved in the expedition and wrote reports on them. Following that, they went on a week-long feild trip, and then wrote snippets summerizing their field trip. You can find these stories by hitting 'more' below.

Students have also built their own websites using These sites allowed students to showcase their favorite websites by allowing students to link their most used bookmarks from one homepage. Students were responsible for finding content, saving photos, and making graphic design choices.