Thursday of Science Compass week had a different look than previous days. Rather than study the “obvious” sciences like space and animals, students took a hard look at Social Science. Kindergarteners became archaeologists and carefully excavated dinosaurs… on the basketball court! Likewise, fourth grade also studied archaeology and wrote about the vitality of archaeology in the study of ancient civilizations. In a different role, Mrs. Lee’s class created a “time capsule” in paper bags and filled them with artifacts that would tell future generations about their favorite items. Ms. Robens’ first grade studied political science and discussed why the government has laws and then created their own campaigns for president! Mr. Wernsing’s class also studied political science, through story time, and how economics led to colonists revolting for their rights. Mrs. Kramer and Mr. Sotelo conducted an experiment in which students investigated how and why people pass judgment based on appearances. Ms. Hobbs’ class took an entirely different stance and examined the effects of bullying. They then created positive comic strips on how to help people be kinder and better friends. Third grade investigated sustainable living and how to reduce our carbon footprint. In turn, they designed and then created windmills to promote alternative sources of energy. Sixth grade delved into the world of psychology by examining their dominant personalities!