Middle School Teachers Jim Vyverberg and Matt Melnick thought a new school mural would bring the eighth-grade together, teach art fundamentals, generate excitement and safely cultivate a sense of community.
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The fifth annual Corbett Prep STEAM Symposium will take place at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 22 outside at the Middle School! Thirty students from grades 3 to 8 will showcase STEAM-related projects they have researched and prepared to present. Seating will be socially distant, and masks are required to attend the event.
Modeled after TED talks and the Middle School's annual Poetry Coffeehouse, the STEAM Symposium offers students the opportunity to practice public speaking while they demonstrate their excitement and creativity on topics of interest in the STEAM field. Students volunteer to participate and work with mentors to develop their ideas, gain feedback on research and determine how best to share their information.
The amazing 7th and 8th grade musical theatre students have been working hard on their upcoming musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!
This laugh-out-loud show follows students competing in a spelling bee with all the ups and downs that contest brings. Three different casts will present the show April 12, April 14, April 15 and April 16. The show will be performed outdoors at the Middle School. Seating will be socially distanced, and masks are required.
Tickets are available online at a cost of $10 for adults and $5 for students. Reserve your date and time online.
Can you believe Corbett Prep has held a Spelling Bee competition since 2009? The second graders who participated in the first Upper Primary Spelling Bee are now in college!
March 29 and 30 found the East Side campus abuzz with spelling! After weeks of practice, students in second through fifth grade voluntarily stepped up to the microphone to put their spelling skills to the test. Our Spelling Bee competitors spoke with poise under pressure and showed the joy that comes from their commitment to spell, spell, spell. Two students from each class were selected to face off against Middle School students at the schoolwide Spelling Bee April 13.
Six teams of students in first through eighth grade represented Corbett Prep at the Florida Odyssey of the Mind state competition on Sat., March 13 in Orlando.
Odyssey of the Mind is an international program that encourages students to pursue creative problem-solving while using their imaginations and having fun. Corbett Prep's teams have been preparing original team-designed and executed problem solutions in a range of categories for more than seven months! All of Corbett Prep's competitive-level teams qualified to move on to World Finals later this year, and our eighth grade performance team had the additional honor of winning the Ranatra Fusca Award – the highest honor that can be awarded in Odyssey of the Mind!