May 11, 2022 | Cindy Kuperus
Some of you know that part of the richness and rigor of a Mustard Seed education is the many exhibitions students will do in seventh and eighth grades. These exhibitions are mentioned by alumni as preparing them for high school. There are research components, projects, and presentations.
One teacher said, “The Global Expo is like the first exhibition that students do.”
I think he’s right.
Your children are finishing up their research, and are choosing which parts they will present in a less than one-minute presentation to the whole group at 9:30.
In Shared Space, students are finishing clay sculptures of a food or animal from their country.
These, along with clay maps and cut-paper collages will be featured in the “museum” portion of the expo. They will be displayed in the classrooms, and you will be invited to see, hear about, and read the work that your children have prepared.
We hope you can come!