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 7th & 8th Rube Goldberg students construct pallet signs to learn Design Den shop safety before constructing their machines.

"We do things at Parish," says Tracie Román, Upper School science. In this My Parish Moment, she explains how that makes Parish a verb.

Upper School Science teacher Tracie Román loves teaching at Parish Episcopal School and helping students get real-world experience in the lab. She tells us why she believes "Parish is a verb" in this My Parish Moment.


 

 

PARISHSTEM

ParishSTEM has been recognized as a model for the purposeful integration of STEM components across an entire PreK-12 program. Few schools nationally offer as rich an array of integrated STEM activities (interactive labs, activities, projects and enrichment classes experienced by all Parish students), co-curricular experiences in robotics, and after-school programming through ParishEXTEND as we do through ParishSTEM. 

3...2...1...Blastoff!

Third graders study rockets as part of their last trimester in STEM. The final project is built out of a two-liter bottle and launched on the field at Gloria H. Snyder Stadium!

"We do things at Parish," says Tracie Román, Upper School science. In this My Parish Moment, she explains how that makes Parish a verb.

Upper School Science teacher Tracie Román loves teaching at Parish Episcopal School and helping students get real-world experience in the lab. She tells us why she believes "Parish is a verb" in this My Parish Moment.


 

 

Students on the Hillcrest campus already love digging in the dirt while exploring the Nauslar Family Garden, and now they're learning how to grow fruits and veggies in a hydroponic greenhouse.

How does our garden grow at Parish Episcopal School? With the help of hydroshed, a hydroponic greenhouse that uses nutrient solution for year-round production of pesticide-free fruits and vegetables. Scott Pershern, Parish parent and Parish Day School '88 alumnus, brought the pilot program to Parish for the 2017-18 school year. Pershern has been working with former PDS student, Ben Von Kennel, who is the co-founder of hydroshed and Amelia's Backyard Farm. The program falls in line with The Beasley STEM Center’s Nauslar Family Garden and the Fleeger Family Kitchen, giving students another example of how to grow, nurture and create dishes with their own food. (Watch the story)


 

Flowers abloom in the Nauslar Family Garden on our Hillcrest Campus

Activity in the Little Den

3rd grade religion classes are building a full sized model of the Ark of the Covenant and 10 Commandments. Students have used their measuring skills, learned to use a drill and collaborated to design the Seraphim that adorn the top of the Ark. Retired Mechanical Engineer Mr. Makins visited campus each week to assist Mrs. Ross with the project.

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