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Sixth grade students examined the mathematical concepts in a book they were reading for English class.   More...

Avenues upper grade students designed and built a “tiny house”—literally a house that cannot exceed 100 square feet—for the science nonprofit Black Rock Forest Consortium.   More...

The PBS Kids ScratchJr App allows kids to create their own interactive stories featuring their favorite characters from shows on PBS Kids.  More...

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Annika Gostomski—formerly Jones—joined Avenues in fall 2014 as a science teacher in the Middle School*. Recently married, she returns in fall 2016 with a new name and a new position—she will now teach science in the Lower Division, working with students in grades three through five.   More...

“Build a Rube Goldberg Machine” was one of the new courses for Minimester this year. A Rube Goldberg machine is an overly complex contraption used to solve a simple task.  More...

This winter, the installation of a work of art at Avenues became a source of inspiration for our teachers and students. In response to the addition of Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing 528B to the school’s art collection, our 11th and 12th grade STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) teaching team designed an interdisciplinary project for their students.  More...

During an April visit to the National Museum of Mathematics—also known as MoMath—fourth graders were able to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of mathematics.   More...

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Two years ago, Code.org organized an Hour of Code event to celebrate CS Ed week with the goal to encourage as many students as possible to participate in at least one hour of a coding activity during the week. At Avenues, every student in pre-K through 10th grade participated in a coding activity from December 7‑18.   More...

Bedtime Math significantly boosts kids' math performance. Developed for parents who want to incorporate math into their daily routine, the app offers a math story of the day and an accompanying word problem based on the story.  More...

The first team challenge of the year asked students to consider how they could use the design thinking process to design and build a structure composed of one-eighth-inch-thick balsa wood sticks and hot glue.  More...