Kristen Gioe's Haber Oaks English class received a virtual visit from NY Times bestselling author Ellen Hopkins to discuss her two newest books, "What About Will" and "Closer to Nowhere", both part of the class curriculum. This is the third time Ellen has zoomed in to answer questions from Haber Oaks students.
Anne Whitney-Tubridy’s consumer math class ended a recent lesson by making their own zen gardens! Students studied the cost of materials, profit margins and budgeting before creating their own zen garden with painted rocks, crystals, colored sand, figurines and faux plants.
SPARK was truly a standout show! This annual all-district art show showcased artwork from a talented group of CLC, CLS, Cary-Grove, Prairie Ridge and Haber Oaks students.
The closing was celebrated in a gathering of students, families, staff and community to the background beat of the CG jazz ensemble.
Ms. McLaughlin's math class has been working on a very special project! After discussing design, unit price and sales tax, they personalized masks with vinyl decals from all D155 schools. Yesterday, in addition to holiday breakfast, all Haber Oaks students received these masks personalized with their home school logo! What a way to welcome winter break!
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