On June 6, 2016, K East and K West graduated in a lovely ceremony at the Church of the Epiphany. All 36 kindergarteners showed up with a smile on their face, glowing in their blue caps and gowns. They proudly received their certificate with their families and friends in attendance. Their singing was beautiful, with a song dedicated to their parents. They are excited to move on to the next step in their lives: FIRST GRADE! Congratulations, KE & KW!
Thank you for all the support, smiles, high-fives, and hugs!
On this blessed day, our eighth graders are honored for their time at School of the Epiphany. We are sad to part with them, but wish them the best with their new journey in high school. As a united school and community we always will welcome them back to visit with open arms. Our new graduates will always be Eagles and forever in our hearts.
Jessica R. (c/o 2016)
To see ceremony pictures, click here
Bryan Stow was at Epiphany on June 2nd. What an honor to have an inspirational and motivational person. Someone to have gone through the tragedy he did and to have such a happy spirit, puts life into perspective. As his mother said when they were driving off -- "Two men beat up my son, but they did not destroy his spirit!"
Thank you Bryan Stow for coming and giving us an awesome lesson in life.
In science, the first grade students study animals and their environments. We learn about what animal groups different animals belong to and what important body parts they have to help them survive in their environments. We discuss that it would be difficult for some animals to survive in other environments than what they are accustom to.
We challenged the students to create an environment and keep the animals in their environment. The students chose an animal and decorated cardboard pieces to look like the environment they live in. (Ocean, forest, dessert) Using little bits, the students created alarms that would let them know if the animals tried to escape their environments. Some created light alarms and/or noise alarms. Some also created moving parts to wave if the animals tried to leave their environment. This would scare the animals so they would not escape.
-Ms. Osorio & Mrs. Melendez (1E & 1W Teachers)