Honors Biology students created foldable, play-doh models and a web quest to assist them in learning the various types of transport of molecules across the cell membrane.
In the Osmosis and Diffusion Lab students used potato cores submersed in various sucrose solutions to determine the osmolarity and water potential. Student then measured if the potatoes absorbed water, secreted water, or had no change in mass. They graphed the collected data and used the graph to determine the point of equilibrium (isotonic solution).
Thanksgiving should be filled with food, fun, fellowship, family, friends…and celebrating our abundant blessings! This year
FCA decide to encourage hungry and hurting souls by donating 25 meals to the Nashville Rescue Mission.
The girls fitness classes enjoyed the beautiful weather and the B-Cycles!
On November 16, our 3 Certamen (Latin Bowl) teams all placed today.
Level 1 Beginner Team Placed 3rd
Level 2 Intermediate Team Placed 2nd
Level 3 Advanced Team Placed 3rd
The team members are as follows:
Level 1: Morgan Ozanne, Nikki Harnage, Marshall Finch, and DJ McCormick
Level 2: Cheyenne Deibert, Madison Hawkins, Tyler Jones, Dani Wright
Level 3: Dawson Bagwell, Justin Gao, Lily Johnson, and Mallory Saleh
Veterans Essay Winner
Caroline Johnston was the Intermediate School winner of the Veteran’s essay. Parker Rice was the Upper School winner. Congratulations to these students.
Eleven members of Clarksville Academy’s Concert Choir were selected in September to be part of the Montgomery County Honor Choir. The weekend of November 18-19, the students joined with students from across the county and Ft. Campbell to work on choral music with the director of choirs at Western Kentucky State University. On Saturday, November 18 at the end of the day, they presented a concert of what they had learned to family and friends.
Congratulations to Ellyn Darke, Ellie Rocconi, Aleisha Whitaker, Shali Griffy, Annalise Martin, Grace Gilland, Michael Mullins, Riley Jenkins, and Colton Woodson on a job well done!
Honors English II
10th graders finished reading and writing on Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar.” We had some terrific death scenes performed by students, like Nolan Johnson, below.
FCA meets weekly on Wednesdays at 7:15AM in Coach Williams’ room. We invite all US students to attend.
This is a reminder that CA collects Box Tops through our CAA. The money raised from this project funds various school improvement projects. Last year we raised over $2000 through the Box Tops program alone! Please turn yours into your child’s teacher or Ms. Turnage in the front office.