Our Lumen Showcase was a success. Students shared their immigration stories and speeches, performed a mock trial, gave Youth Apprenticeship presentations, hosted an art show, and shared what they have learned in Reading Workshop, Prinicples of Engineering and Technology Education to name a few highlights from the evening. Here are some photos.
Our Lumen Showcase will be held on Monday, February 25, 2019 from 5:15 – 7:00 pm. Please come join us to see what your son/daughter has learned and accomplished so far this school year.
The schedule for the evening:
5:15 – 5:45 pm – Gallery walk with rooms set up for mini presentations.
5:50 – 6:15 pm – Large presentation in Media Center
6:20 – 6:50 pm – Gallery walk with rooms set up for mini presentations.
Throughout the evening the large breakout space will have an art gallery and refreshments.
Students collected hats, mittens and socks at J’BBQ for the Wishes Program in Ripon on Friday night at Dickens of a Christmas. If you would still like to donate items, you can drop them off at Brinkley’s, Ben Franklin, American Alchemy and Mugs through Thursday, December 13, 2018.
Lumen is hosting an event during Dickens of A Christmas with J’BBQ and Traded Treasures on December 7, 2018. We will be collecting mittens and socks for the Wishes Program here in Ripon. Donations will be collected and hot cider served at J’BBQ from 4-8 pm.
Please see the attached flyer for additional information – Dickens Flyer 2018-21b6bg6
Wow! It’s hard to believe we are over a month into the school year. Students have been busy with seminar and genius hour projects, Principles of Engineering interviews, reading lots of interesting topics in Independent Literature, getting to know each other, creating a social contract during team building time and participating in the homecoming festivities.
Here are some photos of the fun!
Today, Lumen Biology students planned and collaborated with Murray Park 4th graders to design bug motels that will be placed on Murray Park grounds to attract pollinators to the area.
Congratulations to all the graduating Seniors! We wish you well and best of luck in all your future endeavors.
As part of the 4th quarter seminars students are studying the Holocaust. Last week, we had the privilege of having Jeffrey Gingold, author of “Tunnel, Smuggle, Collect: A Holocaust Boy”, sharing with us the story of a seven year old boy, Sam, Gingold’s father squeeze through the tunnels and trade goods in a Warsaw Ghetto to survive.
We began the 4th Quarter with some fun team building games and reflection on 2nd semester and how we can finish the year strong! Here are some pictures of the fun!
Our Lumen Showcase Event was an exciting time to learn about what Lumen students have been working on this year. Here are some pictures from that night.