Dogs are more interesting than you think. First, dogs can drink muddy water or raw meat and still survive. This is because they have chemicals in their stomach to kill the germs.
Gary Fanin, the parent of one of the MSA student, came into Vaidehi's 6th period forensics class to talk and present a PowerPoint about the JFK assassination. Fanin, the author of a book called The Innocence of Oswald,
In this week's classes for Honors Biology we learned about invertebrates, vertebrates, and how to dissect a frog and fetal pig. We had to know the difference between invertebrates and vertebrates and know some of the important characteristics.
At Mill Springs Academy we utilize Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) tests to determine your child's instructional level and to measure academic growth throughout the school year, and from year to year in the areas of reading and math.
Monisha Rallapalli, the daughter of Ms.Vaidehi presented a PowerPoint on the evolution of life with many great slides and videos to help my classmates and I understand the process of evolution more thoroughly
Vaidehi's physics classes have been constructing an unusual device that makes harmonographs, a 3D image based off of 3 different pendulums.
To begin with, we did a field trip to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's Headquarters in Decatur.The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) is a state level investigative agency that exists to assist law enforcement agencies with major investigations and runs the state crime lab.
Varsity Track kicked off the season with a great home meet yesterday. We had 9 visiting schools, with over 100 athletes in attendance.
Did you know that Eva Lewis, our Assistant Band Director, is a professional freelance musician in her "spare time"?
I just read an interesting article published in the School Library Journal about how to combat "fake news." I wanted to share the resources I saw.