The 5-6 and 7-8 took a stroll to catch the noon concert series at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall to see Warden @ Co. 

Sage celebrates Black History Month by creating these dynamic door displays using the inspiration from five quotes.
“If there is no struggle there is no progress” -Frederick Douglass

“When you get, give; when you learn, teach” -Maya Angelou

“Freedom is never given, it is won” - A. Philip Randolph

“Truth is powerful and it prevails” -Sojourner Truth

“The time is always right to do what is right” - Martin Luther King Jr.


I'm attaching a bunch of pictures of the displays, I'm sending you a separate email of students presenting their work. I have videos too :)


There is some multiplication magic happening in third-grade! The students have been working diligently to master their facts! One of their favorite warm up activities is quizzing each other with their triangle multiplication/division flash cards. 

PreK has been learning about the Post Office. We turned our Dramatic Play area into a Post Office and children have been creating, sorting, and delivering mail.  We even had a visit from our mail carrier! 

Time is ticking in the Gr.1/2 classroom. Students worked in small groups using hula hoops, number cards and paper strips to recreate clock faces. They took turns displaying different times on these jumbo clocks before moving on to making their own individual clocks.

The 3-4 class is taking a PBL (Project-Based Learning) approach to informational writing in order to develop authentic, real-world writing skills. We begin with a driving question that is carried out through the lessons, learning activities, and writing assignments. Because the writing is based on students’ interests and questions, it becomes meaningful and engaging. The process involves inquiry, research, problem-solving, collaboration, and digital writing as students acquire the communication and thinking skills to become critical thinkers in our ever diverse and changing world. Not only does project-based writing prepare students for the future, it also fosters the curiosity and enthusiasm to promote lifelong learning.

Kindergarten find the magnets magical! The loved watching how two magnets attract or repel to each other. Some basic concepts they explored magnets attract some objects, but not others. Magnetic objects are metal, but not all metal objects are magnetic. 

The 5/6 class has been using their STEM toolkit to create gravitationally innovative food/emergency supply airdrop ideas for countries in crisis. They have come up with cutting-edge, thoughtful designs, and it has been so fun to see the students engineering with such precision and interest!