May 18, 2022. Third-graders Alden and Emily dove into real details of arithmetic excitedly with CA parent Wei Tang. They learned the intricate patterns by which we can tell if a number is evenly divisible by 2, 3, 4, …. 13, 14, …, just by looking at the pattern of digits. “Whoops” of discovery tumbled […]
March 19, 2022. Go for the challenge in Math Kangaroo! Morgan and Alex, 5th-graders. took the competitive exam on Saturday, March 19th, on the NMSU campus. This is an international competition, and an event aimed at fun in solving math puzzles of high order. In 2020 over 35,000 American students participated; the enrollment increases every […]
February 28, 2022. See if your parachute works to protect your raw egg dropped from our little viewing platform. Our students in grades 3-8 had a good day, in yet another biweekly run of our engineering and Legos club. Teacher Elizabeth Brasher founded the club, shortly aided by Dr. Jessica Houston, mother of two past […]
The Fall 2021 semester has been very busy and productive with in-person learning under very good precautions against COVID-19. After-school activities are thriving. The theater club and Lego club are back in operation! We’ll have pictures and a story soon. Meanwhile, Wei Tang’s math club for our students in grades 3 & 4 keeps up […]
Saturday, 14 March 2020. Our theater club prepared for the play they wrote last year – 31 pages of script, lots of set design, lots of practice, and, now, more set-building. Parents helped too – Ugonna, Aaron, Charlotte, and Todd. Thanks to all! The play will be performed under unusual circumstances this year, with all […]
A classic from 18 October 2019: Our students in grades 2-6 build bridges in our after-school engineering club. Advisors Elizabeth Brasher, teacher, and Jessica Houston, LCA parent, give students the task and basic materials that they have to use. They plan, build, fail, re-plan, rebuild, and succeed.