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Handcrafts, Landforms Studies, Animal Observation & More: January Scenes from Willowbrook

Students at our Willowbrook Campus have jumped right back into the swing of their studies and other aspects of campus life following the winter break: including handcrafts, landforms studies, animal observation and more.

Handcrafts at Anneliese Schools

The third graders worked on creating Native American ceremonial sticks in their handcrafts class with Ms. Elisabeth as part of their Native American culture studies this semester.

Handcrafts at Anneliese Schools

Students in Ms. Joanna’s 2nd grade class presented 3D models to their parents to represent what they’ve learned in their landforms studies in science.

Landforms studies at Anneliese Schools

Landforms studies at Anneliese Schools

 

Earlier in the month, K1 students visited our mini horses and observed them while taking in the sunshine.

Animal observation at Anneliese Schools

Animal observation at Anneliese Schools

The 4th grade students made vision mandalas for the New Year in their art class with Ms. Katy. They focused on sourcing inspirational imagery, colors, words and symbols that represent what themes and goals they want to attract for self, the environment, friends and family, and the world.

The Nourishment Team has been cooking healthy and delicious meals and snacks for our students and staff. It takes a village to prepare cucumber salad for 500 people!

As always, we’re inspired each day by the beautiful space we occupy in the Laguna Canyon and our treasured animals on campus.