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8th Grade Assists National Park Service With Dragonfly Study

In almost every part of the world, the dragonfly symbolizes change, transformation, adaptability, and self-realization but they are also great indicators of the negative effects on the local wetland ecosystem. Our Seacrest students are assisting Big Cypress, National Park Service, and South Eastern U.S. Region in a citizen scientist project that studies the rising mercury levels in dragonfly nymphs which indicate high levels of toxic bacteria in our Florida wetlands. 

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Diplomatic Relations Go Beyond the Board Room and Into Cyberspace

“To broaden critical thinking through open-minded discussion of relevant issues allows for better international relations, greater global communities, and a stronger digital alliance,” Chris Painter said to Seacrest students while having an open discussion about the state of cybersecurity. 

Seacrest Senior, Alex Wilson, took ownership of his educational experience by inviting two diplomats, Chris Painter and William Pope, from the U.S Department of State to speak in close conversation in the Upper School International Relations Club. 

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Impactful Art

“The most valuable thing we extract from the ocean is our existence,” Sylvia Earle

For the past two weeks, we’ve watched students dive head first into a unique art challenge presented to them by Mr. Mike Grandi, Art Department Chair.

“CSN invited us to be a part of their first ever Trash Art Competition and I knew we had to be a part of it because it is a topic so close to our hearts,”  Grandi said.

 

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First Grade Market Day Video

Each year our first graders complete a fun Market Day project to learn about entrepreneurship. They spend a month developing a product, making it, creating a shop, branding their shop, earning market day dollars to pay for their shop, even shooting a commercial and marketing their business. Our other Lower School students earn market day dollars by being responsible and kind. On Market day everyone comes to purchase items. This is such a fun way to learn about entrepreneurship at an early age. Check out these amazing projects in a video by student Sofie Aspegren.

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