Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ceramics and Hiking This beautiful park seems to be a favorite with its serene walking areas and trails leading to Sugarloaf mountain. We enjoyed our lunch under the trees and then we split into groups. While one group participated in … Continue reading

Binary Codes After lunch at a nearby park in Atherton, we headed to the Intel Museum, where we toured the museum and participated in a class about binary code. Working with beads, students gained an understanding of how information is stored … Continue reading

Healing Plants, Aromas, and A Scavenger Hunt Despite the warm weather, our visit to Twin Pines Park was cool and comfortable thanks to the park’s abundant shade. After lunch, students separated into two groups. One group explored the medicinal properties … Continue reading