Cranbrook’s Art & Science on the Go staff presented a free, cross-disciplinary investigation of ways artists, scientists, and inventors innovate using digital tools and related thinking skills. Middle school students explored their own ability to develop new ideas through hands-on experiences with an Arduino development board, a tool used to create interactive art as well as in scientific investigations. This was all made possible by the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation.
Students in Mrs. Diebold’s first grade class have been learning about the life cycle of Monarch butterflies by studying them in class. Last week the caterpillars began forming their chrysalises and will soon emerge as butterflies.
The boys and girls middle school basketball seasons come to a close this Monday as both teams travel to Alba for the final game of the season. Each team enjoyed a very sucessfull season and would like to say a special thank you to their coaches, Coach Pletcher and Coach Groenink, for their time and dedication.
Agriscience students are busy working in the new hoop house preparing beds for fall planting. In addition, this week students will begin raising 100 broiler chickens for a competition later this month in Fowlerville, Michigan.
Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams for their outstanding finishes in our annual House on the Hill cross country invitational. The girls placed second in the small schools division, while the boys took home the trophy for first place. GO LANCERS!