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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 - Today is Cycle Day 1

YSHS Forward Learning Student Work Showcase
The following are examples of the great work and great learning experiences that students have completed during their forward learning experiences.   Keep checking back as we will continue to add new examples to this showcase!

Alon Gorham (Gr. 11) created a project for his study of transcendentalism in English class.

The English Seminar students created a Satire Website to showcase their original satires.  From the website you can access their individual works!

Julia Shiflet, Ben Klimes, Alissa Martin, Brady Stump, Maria Moura, Nick Andricos, Liza Brown, Kevin Clarke (All Grade 10) - Students identified chemical and physical changes by completing home experiments using everyday household items.
Molly Dennes (Grade 9) - In Mrs. Cebula's English class, students read poetry from the children that were in the Terezon Concentration Camp during the Holocaust. They analyzed the poetry then made butterfly memorials to go along with the child and their poetry. Butterflies were a symbol of the innocent children who were killed during the Holocaust
Sierra Chandler (Grade 12) - Initial action plans for her senior project in English were aborted because of social distancing, but Sierra changed her action plan to create this website about Covid-19. CLICK ON IMAGE TO VISIT WEBSITE
Annie Connolly (Grade 10) - Ms. Brown's Applied Child Development Assignment: Learn about a specific guidance technique and explain it. Annie's Technique: Redirecting Children's Behavior
Carly Wolf (Grade 10) - Glasses for Elliptical Perspective Assignment in Drawing II with Mrs. Fornadel
Rae'Yhona Bruaw & Kate Farah (Grade 9) - Project made in response to their reading of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens in Mrs. Cebula's class
Nicole Greenplate (Grade 12) - Henri Matisse, Madame Matisse, 1905. "If you can't see the art, be the art!" Twinning Assignment in Painting II with Mrs. Fornadel
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Sayam Alam (Grade 12) - Creating a Juice Box in Marketing & Management with Mr. Willson
Ireland Delridge (Grade 12) Johannes Vermeer, Study of a Young Woman, 1665-67. "If you can't see the art, be the art!" Twinning Assignment in Painting II with Mrs. Fornadel
Sienna Rivera (Grade 11) - Cooking with different fruit and vegetables in Intro to Foods with Ms. Brown. Sienna made a vegetable pizza for her family to enjoy!
Lexi Thoman (Grade 10) - Created a “found-poem” from inspiring article on how people are coping with the Coronavirus crisis
Sierra Noll (Grade 11) - Ms. Brown's Culinary Arts Project: Make a stock to use in our upcoming soup lab. Final Product: Chicken Stock
Leo Chen, Kirollos Mina, Taylor Moyer and Noah West - German III Fairy Tale/Legend Project "Lorelei und Frosch König Märchen" with Frau Shearer - CLICK ON IMAGE TO PLAY
Olivia Gibson (Grade 10) - Artwork Title: "Clementine Jars", in colored pencil for Elliptical Perspective assignment in Drawing II with Mrs. Fornadel.
Amanda Sargen (Grade 10) - Making a Cladogram in AP Biology with Mrs. Foy
Annie Connolly (Grade 10) - Originally arranged to interview multiple kids for her action step, but after the lockdown, she followed through by interviewing the one kid she had access to: her sister
Carly Bowen (Grade 10) - Originally planned to schedule a tour with a group of students to learn how zookeepers protect and care for the animals in their facilities; instead, she organized a virtual field trip to zoos across the country

Karen DeAlva's (Gr. 11) Transcendentalism project for English Class.

Olivia Gibson (Grade 10) - Philippe Halsman, Dali’s Mustache, 1953. "If you can't see the art, be the art!" Twinning Assignment in Painting II with Mrs. Fornadel
Ella Green (Grade 9) - Clothing Dialog in French I with Madame Stark - CLICK ON IMAGE TO PLAY
Alexandra Coy (Grade 11) - Johannes Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring, 1665. "If you can't see the art, be the art!" Twinning Assignment in Painting II with Mrs. Fornadel
Shane Regener (Grade 9) - In Mrs. McNulty's class, Shane created this memorial to a child who wrote a poem in a Nazi-era concentration camp.
Harrison Gettle (Grade 12) - Tragic Hero Infographic in English IV with Mrs. Cunningham
Micah McKee (Grade 12) - Creating a Juice Box in Marketing & Management with Mr. Willson
Isabel Coy (Grade 10) - Pablo Picasso, The Old Guitarist, 1903. "If you can't see the art, be the art!" Twinning Assignment in Painting II with Mrs. Fornadel
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Sarah Stark (Grade 10) - Drawing a Venn Diagram in AP Biology with Mrs. Foy
Regan Good (Grade 12) - Ms. Brown's Culinary Arts Project: Make a stock to use in our upcoming soup lab. Final Product: Vegetable Stock
Ben Kenien (Grade 10) - For his Culminating Project for Controversial Research Paper, Ben made a respectful online exchange of ideas on a hotly-contested controversial topic.
Luke Hardman (Grade 12) - Tragic Hero Infographic in English IV with Mrs. Cunningham
Jesse Krafsur (Grade 10) - "Show and Tell" in Spanish with Senorita Flores - CLICK ON IMAGE TO PLAY
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Cole Adams (Grade 10) - Making a Cladogram in AP Biology with Mrs. Foy

Taby Halza's (Gr. 11) Transcendentalist Project for English Class.

Noah Youcheff (Grade 9) - Created a Romeo and Juliet Meme in Ms. Godfrey English class.
Noah Gellman (Grade 9) - In Mrs. Cebula's English class, students read poetry from the children that were in the Terezon Concentration Camp during the Holocaust. They analyzed the poetry then made butterfly memorials to go along with the child and their poetry. Butterflies were a symbol of the innocent children who were killed during the Holocaust
Lauren Wallace (Grade 12) - Edouard Manet, The Spanish Singer, 1865. "If you can't see the art, be the art!" Twinning Assignment in Painting II with Mrs. Fornadel
Emily Bramble and Claire Hartinger (Grade 9) - Project made in response to their reading of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens in Mrs. Cebula's class
Serena Andricos (Grade 12) - Creates a fashion set using a specific color harmony in Fashion and Housing Design with Mrs. Feltenberger
Zachary Greene (Grade 12) - Capturing Ellipses, Reflections and Distortions in Perspective in Drawing II with Mrs. Fornadel
Nora Gott (Grade 9) - "Mi future" TikTok for Spanish I with Senorita Flores - CLICK ON IMAGE TO PLAY
Sydney Pike (Grade 12) - Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe, 1962. "If you can't see the art, be the art!" Twinning Assignment in Painting II with Mrs. Fornadel
Carly Bowen(Grade 10) -"Stupid with Love" from Mean Girls Broadway with Ms. Stayer - CLICK ON IMAGE TO PLAY
Samantha Strausbaugh (Grade 11) - Created an Ames Room illusion for her Physics I optic’s project with Mr. Anderson
Endyra Ford (Grade 11) Wangechi Mutu, Seated IV, 2019. "If you can't see the art, be the art!" Twinning Assignment in Painting II with Mrs. Fornadel
Marcyana Easterly (Grade 10) - Baking a classic yeast bread in Pastry Arts "Get in the Kitchen" with Mrs. Feltenberger
Kaithlyn Khuc (Grade 10) - Embedded compelling evidence for her stance, employed a problem-solving (vs. accusational) mindset, and personalized her appeal to an aptly-chosen audience
Avery Volz (Grade 11) - Cooking with fruit for her Intro to Foods project with Ms. Brown. The Final Product: Homemade Apple Crisp. Yum!
CJ Zortman (Grade 12) - Artwork Title: "Isolation", Independent Study in Drawing and Painting with Mrs. Fornadel
Cole Adams (Grade 10) - For his Culminating Project for Controversial Research Paper, Cole located and interviewed an expert in this field. He embedded this information as well as his independent research into infographic sheets as well as a 30-page PDF book on climate change!
Grant Kern (Grade 10) - Managed to reach a nationally-recognized expert in the field who shared information he embedded in an infographic to distribute