WCS Week in Review – September 30-October 4, 2019

WCS Week in Review – September 30-October 4, 2019


(upbeat music) – [Student] Hey everybody,
it’s A Week In Review. – Today in TV and film. – We’re creating Foley. – With our special guest, Dr. Pantol. (man yelling) (rocks rumbling) – We’re excited about tonight
in Hoot, Scoot and Boogie. This is a chance to bring
our community together, both Owls and Otters
for the first time ever at this joint event. We are excited to welcome
the parents and families of over 950 students this evening, to Hoot, Scoot and Boogie. – Today at Chapman’s Retreat
we’re doing walk to school day, to promote walking safely. – Today in Mill Creek,
the Nolensville Knight’s came over per pep rally. – [Student] We’re few things
like a couple question answers and a hula hoop competition
and the 5th grade beat me. And our cheerleaders performed. – Today at Walnut Grove we
released our butterflies. We watched it grow from a caterpillar. Into a J shape, into a
chrysalis, into a butterfly. It was so cool. – Today’s field day at Pearre Creek! – And these are some of
the activities we’ve done! – [Student] Tug-of-war. Sack race. Rocket launch. And most importantly dance! – This week at Hunters
Bend, in first grade we did a sun experiment. – We’re watching the shadow move based on the Earth’s rotation. – Good morning we’re here at
Heritage Elementary School with pastries with parents. The pastries are fantastic. Gwen what do you think? – Good. – Did you get to eat with your dad? – Yes. – I’m in APR in design class right now. And right now we’re working on a project that uses different mediums, to create a piece of our own. – We did a reader’s theater for the women and men of the revolution. It’s lots of people
dressed up like John Adams, Sam Adams, George Washington. And some of the ladies were
Abigail Adams, Molly Pitcher and Betsy Ross. – So what happens here is
that there’s hydrogen peroxide in the tube. And when you add the catalyst,
which is potassium iodine it sped up the process and
it expanded extremely fast getting out of the tube. (students cheering) – Hey we’re here at run club and we’re getting for the great curves. – As I Choose ambassadors, we led a lesson about being respected. – Today at Longview, in second grade we are selling cupcakes
for President’s Day. – Today we had our 2019 cardinal fun run. We raised $63,000 and we had a lot of fun. – Fifth grade learned
about the election of 1860. After sitting in the ring of the presidential election of 1860 John Bell came in with
boxing gloves and a rope. – We’re making stuff for market day. I’m making bracelets and I’m using beads. And were gonna use our desks
as little selling places. And then we’re gonna sell our objects to different classes. – Here at Thompson’s Station Middle School we are having Thunder
Talks by with Miss Brown. We are learning about how agriculture and what we eat affects
the environment around us. – This week in PE we
are playing battle ball and so we have pins and everyone
else has, we have balls. And there’s four different teams and you try to throw the ball
and knock down someone’s pin. – In French class right
now we’re basically just learning the basics
and we got down location and stuff like that and how
we’re feeling and stuff. And now we are moving
on to characteristics. – This week at Trinity fourth grade had the birthday book club celebration. In order to go to the celebration you had to read three books
from author born in September. This month’s authors were
Jack Kaletski, John Scieszka, and Roald Dahl. – Hi we’re at Nolensville High School and we’re running a blood drive this week to save some lives. – Today we’re learning about leaves. And we’re learning about these colors. And we’re painting leaves. – Today we ran our fall fun fundraiser. I won! – This is our visual art one
class at Brentwood High School and they’re starting their
oil pastel drawings today. – First grade is learning to tap tiles and we tap tiles with our pointer finger, our middle finger and our ring finger. – The art club at Fairview Middle School is working on an art challenge. They’re creating a collage
with recycled paper, with black paper, with glue, scissors and with metallic markers. – [Together] Art Challenge! – First we learned about the life cycles and how they repeat over and over. – Today in Ravenwood we are
looking at and analyzing X-rays. I love what we’re doing today because I want be a radiologist. So what could that be, Abby? – Dislocation. (hands slapping) – The experiment was really fun. We had to do a lot of taping
to make this project hold up so then we had to put track
onto it which was really hard ’cause we didn’t know what to do at first. – This week in orchestra
we’ve been preparing for upcoming orchestra and band concert on October 7th. (orchestra music) – This week we had a undernation
party and it was fun. – And all the teachers,
the fifth grade teachers started dancing and then
there was snow cones and a lot of prizes. – In Miss McCall’s class we’re doing an array multiplication bakery. – This week at Renaissance High School we had our improv show that
the theater department put on. We did games like one
voice, group monologue, and world’s worst where we would get
suggestions from the audience. – This week we’re doing
badminton and we’re learning how to play it with like
you have to hit the birdie and if you get it on the
side then they get a point if you don’t hit it back and
it’s like a life-long skill so it’s pretty fun. – These are Google Expedition Goggles and they’re helping us learn
about animal habitations in fifth grade. – We’re eighth graders at
Mill Creek Middle School and we’re learning about
the Revolutionary War in social studies class. – And we made a rap about it. ♪1777 to 1778 Baron von Steuben ♪ ♪worked the soldiers into shape ♪ Today at Lipscomb we read “The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors.” It’s a Tennessee State book award. – [Student] We had a rock
paper scissor tournament and it was a blast. – So this week in digital arts we’re working on our
concentration projects and this is my piece. – From Grassland Elementary School and we love our bus driver! – Today at Kenrose we had a blood drive for the American Red Cross. Lots of parents and grandparents came and donated blood and each
unit can save three lives. – This week at Grassland Middle School we had opening for our
performance arts center. We had a ribbon cutting and
people from the community came out to support us. – Today in AP U.S. History we dressed up as the founding fathers of
the United States of America and we debated issues that were going on with the debate of whether we should ratify the Constitution or not. – And we’re feeling with our feet what it feels like to be blind. – I’m gonna tell you about
the lifecycle of a butterfly. First it’s an egg. Then it’s a small caterpillar. Then it’s a larger caterpillar. Then it makes its J shape. Then it’s in a cocoon. Then it’s a butterfly. – The play is “Peter and the Starcatcher.” I play Peter and it’s sort of about how Peter Pan became Peter Pan. – Today we have programmed
my Rost tilt sensor. (upbeat music) – [Student] It was a great week. Thanks for watching!

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