Reminder: No school May 2nd and 3rd due to Staff Professional Development.
about 2 months ago, EOC
"Professional Development" written in multiple colors
"There is occasions and causes why and wherefore in all things." Several advisories went to a performance of Henry V at the Guthrie Theater this week. It was a great performance with students hanging onto every Elizabethan word.
about 2 months ago, EOC
students at a theater
On Wednesday, April 17th, EOC held online presentation day, where students could present or exhibit their projects to their peers and the EOC community. There were so many amazing projects, and we all learned so much about an incredibly diverse range of topics. We are so proud of our students and the amazing work they do!
2 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
OPD
Thank You!
Right before Spring Break, Michaela's advisory headed to the Minneapolis Institute of Art looking at all the exhibits including the featured "Year of the Dragon" exhibit. They then had a meal together at Centro Nicollet.
2 months ago, EOC
students at a meal
students at a meal
Student Felix worked on a piece of video with SPEAK MPLS called "A Post-Pandemic Metro," and it was selected to be shown as part of the youth media showcase in the Minneapolis /St Paul International Film Festival. The screening is on Sunday, April 14th at 2PM. Way to go Felix! https://mspfilm.org/show/nextwave-youth-media-showcase/
2 months ago, EOC
film
On Monday April 8th, there is a solar eclipse set to peak at 2:05 PM in Minnesota. We would like to remind all of our students that while we encourage their participation in the solar eclipse, please do so safely. Do not look directly at the sun during an eclipse. There are eclipse glasses available at your local library, there are pin hole camera projects online (https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/learn/project/how-to-make-a-pinhole-camera/) and there are also websites in which you can view the eclipse in a safe manner (https://www.space.com/watch-total-solar-eclipse-april-8-online-free-livestreams).
3 months ago, EOC
solar eclipse
Noah, Larry, Chris and Gigi took their advisories to Feed My Starving Children where they helped to pack over 19,000 meals. Then, a quick stop at a yogurt shop for some social time.
3 months ago, EOC
students packing boxes
stduent getting ready to pack
stduents gatehred
students eating frozen yogurt
Chart with 90 boxes bakce, 19,440 meals, 53 kids fed for a year
Reminder: Spring Break is April 1-5, 2024. No School! See you again on Monday April 8th!
3 months ago, EOC
Enjoy your spring break
Go see our student Cassidy as the villain Claudius in Hamlet, produced through Shakespearean Youth Theater. Tickets are available for next weekend. Visit: https://www.sytmn.org/
3 months ago, EOC
students on a stage
South Carolina Trip: A big part of travelling is getting to try new foods and new restaurants. Some of the notable food stops on this trip were Lost Dog Cafe and the Glass Onion.
4 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
NYC Pizza
Chips and Guac
Lost Dog Cafe
South Carolina Day 5 and 6: The crew visited Angel Oak, the International African American Museum, the South Carolina Aquarium, and the Pineapple Fountain. They flew home the next day.
4 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
Aquarium
Angel Oak
Pineapple Fountain
Sightseeing
Airport
Aquarium
South Carolina Day 4: Students and staff visited Patriot Point and the Naval Museum and then took a boat to Fort Sumter. At Fort Sumter, they could see fingerprints in the bricks from the slaves who built the walls.
4 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
Fort Sumter
Fingerprints at Fort Sumter
Museum
South Carolina Day 3: On February 6th, students and staff went to Charles Towne Landing and the McCleod Plantation for a tour.
4 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
McCleod Plantation
Charles Towne Landing
The week of February 4th, some EOC students and staff took an experiential education trip to Charleston, South Carolina. In their first two days, they got settled into their hotel and took a tour at the Old Slave Mart Museum and Provost Dungeon.
4 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
Hotel
Old Slave Mart Museum
Shout out to our School Board! It is school board appreciation month. We appreciate our school board year round! Thank you for what you do for our students. Thanks Mark, Kevin, Laurie, Brooke, Jody, Jess and Michaela!
4 months ago, EOC
"School Boards: Building teh future of public education" EdVIsions oFf campus"
No school February 19-23, 2024 as we have conferences with students and parents.
4 months ago, EOC
parent teacher student connnect
On Friday, February 2nd, Noah and Patty's advisories went to the Incline Station Bowling Center in Duluth to test out their bowling skills. Per tradition, they went to Love Creamery afterwards.
4 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
Noah and company
Love Creamery
Michaela's advisory took a field trip to see The Lightning Thief: Percy Jackson the Musical on Tuesday!
4 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
The Percy Jackson Musical
Brooke's advisory led this month's All School Meeting with an "animals" theme. They shared fun facts about animals, showed how much Gee's Golden Langur looks like David Bowie and had some fun activities prepared.
4 months ago, EdVisions Off Campus
Sea Animals
Land Animals
Langur
This week is National School Counselor Week! We have one of the best. Thank you Melissa, for your attention to student-centered counseling with our students.
5 months ago, EOC
National School Counseling week on a sunshine background.  "Scool counseling, standards-based, student- focused