Learning

Photo credit: Vern Uyetake, Lake Oswego Review Written by Craig Lowery, Head of School This past Monday, Park Academy had the proud honor of ushering 7 new graduates into the world.  These students have demonstrated a great deal of grit and resiliency as they completed the difficult journey that is High School.  The process of writing and delivering words for […]
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Many families seek us out post-diagnosis or after years of their community school doing the best they can do for their student.  At Park Academy, students receive the curriculum that works for them in small class settings during the school day.  Parents, teachers, and administration work closely together to ensure that students have the resources to reach their potential.  This […]
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Mrs. Nemer’s class conducted a Love/Hate #2 experiment. This is a non-quantifiable science project based upon a Japanese researcher, Dr. Masuru Emoto, who looked at how ice crystals formed when exposed to positive words vs. negative words. This video highlights how his experiment turned out. We wanted to test this theory. With our experiment, we used freshly cooked rice instead […]
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I’ve always believed that no student is “bad” at science.  This feeling only comes with time, after a child has been led to believe that science is a scary subject with too large of words and little connection to their daily lives.  The truth is quite the opposite though.  Science permeates our entire world, and our entire lives.  Science is […]
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