It only happens about 13 times a century and won’t happen again until 2032, so don’t miss the transit of Mercury on Monday, Nov. 11! A transit happens when a planet crosses in front of a star. From our perspective on Earth, we only ever see two planets transit the Sun: Mercury and Venus. This is because these are the only planets between us and the Sun. (Transits of Venus are especially rare. The next one won’t happen until 2117.) During the upcoming transit of Mercury, viewers around Earth (using the proper safety equipment) will be able to see a tiny dark spot moving slowly across the disk of the Sun. Click below for more details.
Congratulations 8th Grade! (One More Time)June 15, 2020
8th Graders, One last CONGRATULATIONS! Best of luck in high school! We have also updated the slide show presentation from the honors assembly.
8th Grade Honors Assembly VideoJune 11, 2020
8th Graders and Families, Please click on the following link to view the 8th Grade Honors Assembly.We ask your forgiveness for any errors in spelling or pronunciation. Please enjoy and CONGRATULATIONS to our 8th Grade Class of 2020!
6th & 7th Grade Honors Slide ShowsJune 11, 2020
6th & 7th Graders and Families, Please click on the following links to view the slide shows for the 6th Grade Honors Assembly and the 7th Grade Honors Assembly. The slide shows are best viewed in “Present” mode. We ask your forgiveness for any errors in spelling. Please enjoy and CONGRATULATIONS to our 6th & 7th […]