Grace Lutheran

Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2004

In Christlight class, students are learning about a woman named Rahab.

The seventh- and eighth-graders are back into their science studies. The new module is based on specific weather, such as tornadoes, hurricanes and the formation of clouds. Part of the study deals with weather prediction. The class will take a field trip to the airport to watch the experts.

The fourth- through sixth-graders are wrapping up their science study of space and stars. This week, they are beginning an Alaska history unit.

In fifth- through eighth-grade art, the children are studying the ancient Egyptian culture. They have made replicas of a pharaoh's burial chambers, paper mache mummies, beadwork jewelry and Egyptian drawings. Now, they are studying hieroglyphs and making their own.

This weekend, Grace Lutheran will be represented at the Peninsula Reading Carnival.

Friends of Grace Lutheran School will meet Monday, with younger children performing a short play and older students giving forensic recitations of the Gettysburg Address and the poem, "O Captain, My Captain," by Walt Whitman.

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