Grace Lutheran

Posted: Wednesday, March 10, 2004

In seventh- and eighth-grade science, students are wrapping up their module based on the physics of motion. Students have been learning how gravitational forces affect the planets and comets in the solar system. They also have studied Einstein's general theory of relativity and its relationship to why gravity exists.

The fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders will continue their study of Alaska history and discuss the gold rush period. Mrs. Wentzlaff is sharing pictures and materials from her trip on the Chilkoot Trail. Students are able to get a sense of what it was like on that 33-mile trail. They also are exploring in-depth why the rush began and its impact on Alaska.

The students in grades one through four are doing agriculture studies in science by planting and studying plants. Mrs. Wentzlaff helped the students with planting.

The weekly Bible study is 1 Samuel. The students will study why parents are such an important part of their lives and why discipline is done.

For more information about fall enrollment, call Mr. Leckwee.

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