Sheridan kindergarteners test sleds on a ramp By Sheridan Kindergarteners In kindergarten, we are using little sleds we made to test how far and how fast different materials go down a ramp. First, we built our sleds. We worked with a...
by Filipe Limao, Sheridan School 4th Grader In January, the fourth grade children at Sheridan began using FitBits. They are using them to challenge their health and stamina during their fitness unit in PE. Every weekday, they go down to...
by Members of the Sheridan School Female Empowerment Meeting Here at Sheridan School, a group of our middle school girls and faculty members are a part of the Female Empowerment Meeting (FEM). FEM started in 2016 when a few sixth...
by Sheridan School’s 8th Grade Art Class Recently at Sheridan School, the eighth graders have been working on picture book projects. The goal of this project is for partnerships to produce a simple book, illustrated and written by students, that...
by Lauren Chappell, 4th Grade Student at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School Grade 4 students at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School went on a big adventure to Chestertown, Maryland . Chestertown is on the Chester River, which is located on the eastern...
And the moral of the story is… by Sheridan School students Lydia B. Kestnbaum-Cook, Ella I. Lay and Hannah S. Kubler This session during writing we focused on a small, mini-unit titled, “And The Moral of The Story Is…” We...
by Easy Weissman, Sheridan School 7th-grader I believe field-trips help us visualize what we learn in class. Behind desks, it can be hard to absorb information, whereas on a field trip we can see, touch, and hear the subject being...
by Ella, Tatum, and Adrian, Sheridan School 3rd Graders Hello! Our names are Ella, Tatum, and Adrian. Right now it’s Ella talking about what we learned about New Years. First, we watched a Brainpop Video to learn about what people around...
By: Olivia Berman, sixth-grader In the wake of the fatal Parkland school shooting, Sheridan School students felt the need to make their voices heard. They wanted to create change, but how? The answer: The Sheridan Young Activists group. This club is...
By: Eli Weissman, eighth-grader Recently, seventh and eighth-grade students from Sheridan School went on their fall outdoor expeditions. While some students drove four hours to Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania, others went to NRocks, an outdoor adventures center in West Virginia. While on these expeditions,...

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