Thursday, November 10, 2016

Food Drive, Teachers As Students and Projects Galore

 Food Drive

Natick High School is once again participating in the annual food drive for A Place To Turn. Last year the high school gave A Place To Turn's it's largest donation of canned food/toiletries/household items for those in need in our community. This year we hope it will be even bigger! Through our Community Seminar groups students and staff are taking on Mr. Harrigan's challenge to bring in 6,000 item!










Teachers Take a Turn as Students

Tuesday November 8th the Natick Public Schools had their annual Innovation and Learning Day. The district met at the high school and became the students as we took classes, seminars, and trainings to continue to build our toolbox and support our students and our own professional growth. A successful day for all!

 Student Work

One of the things we enjoy the most in the library is displaying student work. It brightens up the library and reinforces the connection between class and research. This week we are fortunate to have Ms. Roger's freshmen English projects related to the novel The Forgotten Fire / Adam Bagdasarian and Ms. Histen's Anthropology projects based on their "Race and Identity" assignment.


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