At SCFS, we enjoyed our 2/3/4 Spooky Science Museum, all-school Halloween parade, a door decorating contest, dancing the Monster Mash, and celebrating Día de los Muertos with a special ofrenda.
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Participants and community partners made this year’s Get Outside Challenge a huge success! Thank you to everyone who logged miles, organized community hikes, and made a gift to the Annual Fund.
As a highlight of their scientific study of Monarch butterflies, K/1 classes took a field trip to the Penn State Arboretum's Pollinator Garden as well as the Snetsinger Butterfly Garden at Tudek Park. Students had the opportunity to learn from master gardeners, complete a service learning project, and observe the habitats of diverse butterfly and bee species.
Students in our 5/6 and 7/8 classes gathered to interview science writer, Apoorva Mandavilli, about her experience as a journalist for the New York Times.
BREAKING NEWS: 5th and 6th graders at SCFS are completing their first writing project of the year. WTAJ came to report on their progress in drafting persuasive essays to help PAWS animals on their journey to become adopted.
At our first all-school Meeting for Worship of the year, SCFS was honored to be joined by Judith Nandikove, a Quaker pastor at the Friends Church of Nairobi, Kenya.
After a summer full of adventures, it was wonderful to welcome students and their families back to SCFS.
SCFS is excited to announce that we have received a STEM grant from the Toshiba America Foundation.