We would like to thank everyone for a wonderful eclipse event yesterday! From the helping clean up to pickup going so smoothly, it couldn’t have happened without you!
… we were at school and today was one of the most memorable days for our students and visitors from the community! Here is as sneak preview
Please be aware that taking pictures of the eclipse with your smart phone could possibly damage the image sensor. WSB-TV explains in a video how this happens and shows how you can use a pair of safety glasses as a filter, making sure you are not looking directly at the sun yourself.
Students building a Sun Funnel for the Eclipse Viewing Party on Monday, August 21. They constructed it in class then took it outside to test it and fine tune it. This is one of the 3 viewing stations we will have in
With 4 days until the 2017 Solar Eclipse, we thought we’d share some of the cool information we have found. First, please be assured that we have purchased legitimate eclipse glasses from a source TSE17, not a third party vendor, recommended by the American Astronomical Society from a link on the NASA Eclipse viewing recommendations. […]
EDITED: Wednesday, August 16, 5:15 PM On Monday, August 21, we will be having an eclipse party for students and parents who wish to join us. The entire day of instruction will be focused on the eclipse and we will be running a modified schedule: