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Posted here are a range of interesting articles by members of our community providing glimpses into our program. We hope you enjoy reading!
Group Two had the opportunity to visit a cookie factory as they explore the question, “How does food get to the table?” This visit provided a rich study of the different kinds of work necessary to produce and package cookies, as well
Out of Group Four’s geography curriculum, the class started discussing the distribution of population, wealth, and food around the world. In an activity shared by Group 1 teacher, Kailea Switzer, the class was given 100 bingo pieces, 100 pennies, and 100 paper
Midway through its third year, we’re strengthening Westland’s Human Development Program by enhancing the inclusivity and welcoming nature of the community and focusing on gender diversity. We’ve developed a multi-layered approach to learning that offers students accurate information and opportunities to discuss
Group Six Campout Preparation By Danielle, Naomi, Shelby, and Gus The prep was mostly at Westland. The reason it was mostly at Westland was because we didn't have the right materials at the campsite. We also wanted to be organized and not
What is a Refugee? Today, nearly 60 million people around the world have been forced to leave their countries and homes, searching for safety. Many men, women, and children are living in temporary shelters and camps. These are Refugees. Refugees are people