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Fun with Fungi continues

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Nickie’s Ukelele first improv concert!

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Middle School Field Trip on the Na’walak

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Bio 2 Population Lab

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Spanish III

Kiddos are teaching each other with some fun games and ideas. Booky is pretty excited about it… Enviado desde mi iPhone.

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Nice school

Nice school! ​

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National Public Lands Day

Today is National Public Lands Day and Lopez had an event that was attended by the girls in green below. These 8th graders dazzled the Lopez community with their presentation on Birds and Plastics and they visited many parts of the island birding, talking with locals, and being ambassadors for our school. – Sharon Massey Thank you Ela, Linnea, Gwen, Olivia and Kai!

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Come see Gavin perform tonight!

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Animal Farm, April 15-17 at the Gubelman

A George Orwell classic this Friday and Saturday, April 15-16 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, April 17 at 2:00 pm inside the Gubelman Theatre. Animal Farm dramatically illustrates how greed and absolute power corrupts absolutely and, with devastating consequences, can change the course of history. Revolution has taken place at Manor Farm. The pigs have assumed control and under the principles of ‘Animalism’ a better life free from human service is promised to all. Guided by a simple set of rules and an unrelenting respect for authority, it is not long until the rules that promised freedom become the chains that bind the animals once again. Directed by Krista Strutz and … Continue reading

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Island Systems – OPALCO electricity sub-station

By Alifaire N. On a very wet day in March, both the AP Environmental Science class and the AP Physics class left school together for a tour of one of the power stations put into place by OPALCO (Orcas Power And Light Co-Operative).  The tour was given by Joel Mietzner (System Engineer), and Suzanne Olsen (Public Relations Administrator).  They were both very informative and friendly, and we were lucky to get such enthusiastic people to teach us about electricity and where it comes from with regard to our islands in particular. The power station that we were visiting is located just off the corner of C Street and Franck Street. … Continue reading

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