Term 3 has students at Clark Street Community School students exploring government, literature, social justice, yoga, mindfulness, physics, video production, documentaries, dance, and painting. What an incredible start to Semester Two! Here's a glimpse of some of what we're up to this Term: FEAR FACTOR: This seminar is co-taught by CSCS Math Lead Mary Lee McKenzie and one of our CSCS students, Sabina Mapp, and reflects the beauty in the overlap of art and science. Students wi
Today and Tuesday are a much anticipated day at Clark Street Community School. Today our students shine. They show us what they learned. They speak publicly about how they've fallen in love with process. They demonstrate how they've grown. They reflect. They teach. They engage. Come join us. Presentations of Learning begin at 9:45 am.
Big shout out to our friends at 21st Century Eschool for making headlines at the Wisconsin State Journal for their innovative and awesome community-based project focused on reading, nature and ornithology. Photo Credit to Andy Manis of the WI State Journal We are honored, here at Clark Street Community School, to work side-by-side, mentoring, learning, and creating, with you! Be sure to check out Pamela Cotant's article in the State Journal highlighting this collaborative pro
It's fair to say that one of the most common questions families, students, and educators ask about Clark Street Community School is very simply... "So how do you do math?" And it's not really a surprise that after generations and generations of us having 'done math' working on problems and practice questions in sequenced lessons followed by tests, that there is a level of skepticism about 'doing math' in a project-based environment. There's a fear, of course, that projects, d