"This year was historic when it comes to space exploration and astronomical research. With the creation of the James Webb telescope, successful launch of Artemis I, the successful DART test run, and more."--Mila Boyden, 7th Grade
a brief overview of covid variants and how new mutations in omicron could cause another spike in cases.
"REsearch from scientists show that new mutations in omicron could cause another spike in cases"
"Elon musk is quite the ENTREPRENEUR, He is ALREADY the owner of tesla, space x, As well at Neuralink and The boring company. Lets explore how he added Twitter to that COLLECTION." --Cb omand, 7th grade
"Most people know how to use a computer, but do they know about keyboard shortcuts? This article is a helpful list of some useful shortcuts and a few tips for Chromebooks." -- Hayley Schoeneman 6th grade
"What does this mean? Well, because we are fifteen seconds “in the past,” our brain doesn’t know what’s happening. So, it makes predictions based on evidence."--Maia Cavagnolo, 6th grade
On August 29th, the first Artemis I launch attempt was scrubbed due to an engine issue on one of the RS-25s engines that the launch controllers were not able to fix in time. --Mila Boyden, 7th grade
"These five recent scientific discoveries may not be talked about much but they could be the step to huge new findings" -- Jif Dillemuth, 9th grade
"Since 2007, Apple has dominated the tech industry, from the Iphone to the AirPods and the MacBooks. If you were looking for a simple smartphone, headphones, and most consumer tech devices, Apple was the way to go. Other companies may have had better specs or better prices but no one could compete with the Apple ecosystem."--Olu Thomas, 8th grade
"Minecraft is one of the most popular games out right now. It's a simple game where you play in a randomly generated world made of cubes." - Jackson Evans, 8th grade