Thank you Mr.Welch and Coach Brock, for leading students through creating this display in honor of all children's lives that were lost during the Holocaust. The Butterfly "The last, the very last, So richly, brightly, dazzlingly yellow. Perhaps if the sun's tears would sing against a white stone… Such, such a yellow Is carried lightly ‘way up high. It went away I'm sure because it wished to kiss the world goodbye. For seven weeks I've lived in here, Penned up inside this ghetto But I have found my people here. The dandelions call to me And the white chestnut candles in the court. Only I never saw another butterfly. That butterfly was the last one. Butterflies don't live in here, In the ghetto. Pavel Friedmann 4.6.1942"
In honor to Holocaust Remembrance Week, Farmersville students created a mural in their classroom to honor those lives lost. We remember.
Ki Charter Liberty Hill celebrated National School Choice Week. Student's created posters to show what they love about Ki Charter. Students also celebrated their teachers and let them know what they appreciate about them. #nationalschoolchoiceweek
Desoto students have been studying different weather patterns and the power of nature while incorporating art into their scientific studies.
In Mr.Welch’s class, students have been learning about the Incan Empire and the history of their civilization. Students learned the origin of their traditions, architecture, and myths. Students cultivated their own textile designs based on the geometric shapes and specific colors that the Incans used. Students will be combining their textiles from all classes and will be creating a large Incan Textile display.
Ki Charter Arlington students learned about the character traits of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. before expressing what their own dream of a better world would look like.
Denton students wrote their very own short stories.
Arlington elementary students decided upon three goals for behavioral and emotional improvement in 2024. Other goals included two new behaviors and one immediate action step to start their journey.
Ki Charter faculty in San Marcos showed their holiday spirit on Ugly Sweater day.
Ki Charter San Marcos elementary students wrote thoughtful paragraphs about ways they might get the Grinch to smile.
Ki Charter Liberty Hill partnered with Operation Liberty Hill and Blue Santa to gather presents for adolescents and families in need.
Lewisville elementary students decorated gingerbread cookies this week with Ms. Gusick and Ms. Smith.
Mrs. Diaz’s Arlington students created a colorful wall of Christmas related classroom assignments!
Desoto students have been created a felt Holiday trees. We wish everyone a Happy Holiday Season!
Farmersville students created some "Holiday Sweaters". They turned out great!
Mr. Parson's Art class are working on water colors. Their creations turned out amazing!
Ki Charter Fort Worth: High school students used art for self-expression. When asked what inspired their paintings, some stated the images were seasonal, expressing their mood. They all agree that painting is calming, relaxing, and helps them focus.
Ki Charter Lewisville: Our elementary students have been using "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell" to learn about Story Elements, Sequencing, and Spelling. We even explored addition and multiplication using the story. They also made Poinsettias to learn about different symbols of the holidays.
Ki Charter Liberty Hill showed our appreciation this week for our housekeeping and maintenance staff by providing lunch for them. We appreciate everything they do, and how hard they work to keep the school looking nice for our students!