Second Quarter Curriculum Spotlight Spring 2024

A V I S I TO R TO M R . B I L B E R R Y ’ S S C I E N C E L A B would witness a lively classroom with students working independently and in groups, collaborating on applying what they’ve learned in school all week: building rockets. The students are upbeat; their respect and genuine appreciation towards Mr. Bilberry reflects his work in building purposeful relationships with each of them.
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