1st Grade: 2nd Place: Emmy Kaneshiro – Which liquid will gummy bears grow the biggest in? 1st Place: Emmett Hoffman – Which chemical combination used for fuel will launch the rocket highest? 2nd Grade: 2nd Place: Malia Holman – Which mineral makes the largest crystal? 1st Place: Maksim Yin – What angle should I hit […]
Middle School students participated in the Science Bowl. Congratulations to our finalists that will be advancing to the Cal State Los Angeles Regional Middle School Science Bowl on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018.
Grade 1 students are using photo paper and different objects to create unique images using sunlight. A fun experiment to learn about ultraviolet light!
Ms. King, fourth grade teacher, believes that music is a great way to remember things and to show what one knows. She started having her students compose rock cycle songs five years ago to enhance their learning experience in science. After the students learn about all of the different types of rocks, minerals, and the […]
This year’s Lower School Science Fair had a fantastic turnout of 70 participants from Grades 1 through 5! The team of six faculty judges selected one Grand Champion, one Grand Champion runner up, and 1st and 2nd place winners from each grade. It was difficult because there were so many amazing projects. The students had […]
Mr. Michael Kane, Middle School science teacher, moderated Country Day’s first Science Bowl for Middle School students. The top seventeen Middle School students in Grades 6-8, were selected to participate in a Science Bowl contest. Mr. Kane asked thirty questions from various subjects in math, earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and astronomy. They had twelve […]
Every year, we have Science Day for our Lower School, Kindergarten through Grade Five. Each Lower School teacher conducts a hands-on science experiment for the students in their classrooms. Students rotate throughout the day to the various classrooms and have a science filled day learning a little bit about biology, chemistry and physics. Parent volunteers […]