Throughout the winter and spring, Lutherville students partnered with the Department of Natural Resources and volunteers from Trout Unlimited to raise rainbow trout. Our 4th graders recently spent the day at Historic Jerusalem Mills – exploring hiking trails, testing water quality, sampling macroinvertbrates, releasing 187 trout fingerlings, creating “plein air” watercolors, and acting out … [Read more…]
Congratulations to the fifth grade Steel Drum Band for an excellent performance at the Very Special Arts Festival! Thank you to our students, families, and Mrs. Tunison for all of their hard work!
Second grade artists created these exciting cubist faces demonstrating multiple points of view. We love how the bright colors and dramatic lines make these abstract pieces pop!
Lutherville recently welcomed over 30 judges from the local STEM community, including the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, the Space Telescope Institute, Towson University, and Sun Trust Bank. After enjoying luncheon provided by families of our 4th and 5th graders, our volunteer judges reviewed the scoring criteria and judging questions with staff members, then headed to … [Read more…]
Last week, Lutherville students observed Read Across America every day by dressing to celebrate different classic Dr. Seuss books. We ended the week with our primary students buddying up with intermediate students to read a favorite Dr. Seuss book. These photos show 5th graders reading with Mrs. Myers’ first graders, then creating Cat in the Hat … [Read more…]
Fifth graders are currently working on their STEM Fair projects. Students in Mrs. Zagurski’s homeroom recently visited the iLab where they discussed Growth Mindset and how this mindset helps them succeed. Here’s the video we watched (hint: your teacher will need to share this video on your class white board, since they will need to … [Read more…]
Last week, Jim Tingey visited the Environmental Club to share information about our rainbow trout and our tank. He gave us different-sized food to try in our tank since our trout are growing. Mr. Tingey is a volunteer from Trout Unlimited who helps us with our Trout in the Classroom program. Our guest also shared his … [Read more…]
Our kindergarten students integrated engineering and problem solving to their celebration of the 100th day of school. Take a look at their creative solutions! Hint – if you are viewing at school, your teacher may need to show the slideshow on the class whiteboard, since PhotoPeach may be blocked for student use. Kindergarten Celebrates … [Read more…]
Lutherville Lab students LOVE to share what they are learning! This post is a collaboration between our Environmental Club and students participating in an after-school TIC program in Baltimore City through the Parks and People Foundation. If you have a question you’d like the Parks and People research team to explore, please share it … [Read more…]
Congratulations to the following classes for earning Green Ducks this week. Thank you for being responsible recyclers! Ms. McGregor, Mrs. Stamp, Mrs. Schmaus Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Jenkins Ms. Mullan Ms. Baker Ms. Kellner Mrs. Nicholson Mrs. Solter, Ms. Eisler, Ms. Moran Club members, what recommendations can you make to classes who want to … [Read more…]