PYP Exhibition 2018
May 16, 2018
8:00 a.m. - Opening Presentations in CDS Theatre
9:30 a.m. - Demonstrations of research and findings in 5th grade classrooms
As the culminating assignment of the PYP, the exhibition is challenging, empowering, and rewarding for students, teachers, parents, and the community.
During their final year of PYP, fifth graders take ownership for their learning and demonstrate what it means to be a PYP student, applying what they have learned and who they have become throughout their journey in the PYP.
Each class began their Exhibition unit early in the year brainstorming real-life issues or problems they would like to explore for their exhibition. This year’s classes once again chose a spectrum of challenging and timely issues as the focus for their studies.
An important component of the exhibition is for the students to engage the school community in their learning. Each year the fifth grade classes identify ways they can take action and provide opportunities for the school community to unite to make a difference.
Mrs. Architetto's Class
Literacy empowers one’s overall well-being and impacts society.
Mr. Kim's Class
Global Warming happens and it matters how people act.
Mrs. Monty's Class
Hunger impacts social, emotional, and physical health.
Mrs. Rizzo's Class
Water impacts the world.