Students in physical science were exploring features of optics. Some stations were focusing on refraction, diffraction, or reflection, with either light or water.
about 1 month ago, Michael Foss
Reflecting a laser light
Students setting up a laser light
Students using a pinhole aperture to see things behind them.
Refraction!
Students in chemistry are investigating and calculating the amount of Vitamin-C in a supplement tablet and comparing their results with the claims of the manufacturer.
about 1 month ago, Michael Foss
Endpoint of a solution as determined by a pH indicator
Students titrating their ascorbic acid tablet
7th grade English students in Mr. Wendlandt's class are learning a ton from Poet in Residence Danny Solis! Poetry Rocks!
about 2 months ago, Ryan Wendlandt
Writing Like Mad
Danny Solis
7th grade English students in Mr. Wendlandt's class are learning a ton from Poet in Residence Danny Solis! Poetry Rocks!
about 2 months ago, Ryan Wendlandt
9th-Grade students investigating different types of waves. Transverse waves have particles that move perpendicular to the energy transfer! Longitudinal waves have particles that move parallel to the direction of energy transfer!
about 2 months ago, Michael Foss
Students learning about transverse waves
Corbin Guggisberg and Luca Greenig represented LSH at the 2022 ACDA-MN CTB All State Honor Choir this weekend. A huge accomplishment and honor for Minnesota’s best young singers!
about 2 months ago, Zach Kubasta
Corbin Guggisberg and Luca Greenig
7-8 All-State Honor Choir
Students in chemistry are typing a lab report on their process of identifying an unknown metal based on density and specific heat calculations.
about 2 months ago, Michael Foss
Students getting their sample's initial temperature
Mrs. Stenzel's 8th Grade Algebra students have been discussing the importance of problem solving skills and strategies.
2 months ago, Ryan Wolf
Mrs. Stenzel's 8th Grade Algebra students have been discussing the importance of problem solving skills and strategies.
Mrs. Stenzel's 8th Grade Algebra students have been discussing the importance of problem solving skills and strategies.
Mrs. Stenzel's 8th Grade Algebra students have been discussing the importance of problem solving skills and strategies.
Mrs. Stenzel's 8th Grade Algebra students have been discussing the importance of problem solving skills and strategies.
2 months ago, Ryan Wolf
Congratulations to our seniors for signing to athletic programs at their future College/University! Grace Wagner (Gustavus), Nathan Gregersen (Bethany Lutheran) and Hailey Juarez (Jacksonville University).
2 months ago, Christina Smykalski
Grace Wagner (Gustavus)
Nathan Gregersen (Bethany Lutheran)
Hailey Juarez (Jacksonville University)
Some highlights from the LSH High School band and choir trip to Texas! Students got to see the Riverwalk, the Alamo, the Mission San Jose, and have a school exchange with the band and choir programs at Karen Wagner High School in San Antonio. Such a wonderful trip with incredible students!
2 months ago, Zach Kubasta
School exchange with Karen Wagner High School!
At the Mission San Jose!
At the Alamo!
On the Riverwalk!
Mrs. Shoemaker's class also spent some time at MSU-Mankato in their Family and Consumer Science Department.
3 months ago, Courtney Shoemaker
MSU
MSU
MSU
Students in Chemistry are investigating the solubility of potassium nitrate as it relates to concentration and temperature.
3 months ago, Michael Foss
Student observing crystallization of KNO3
Students dissolving KNO3
Crystallizing KNO3
Students in Physical Science are investigating the transformation of energy in a system as they design a track to convert potential energy into kinetic energy
3 months ago, Michael Foss
Students making a marble track
Students making a marble track
Students making a marble track
Students making a marble track
Mrs. Shoemaker's Child Development class spent the morning exploring the Children's Museum. They learned about the different exhibits, what they teach children, and the process in which they are made.
3 months ago, Courtney Shoemaker
Children's Museum
Children's Museum
Children's Museum
Children's Museum
Target students organized a trip to "Feed My Starving Children!" A great way to spend a Friday (3/11/22)!
3 months ago, Michael Foss
Students packing meals
Students working to pack meals
Student glad to help others
Students in chemistry were learning about how extreme temperatures can change the behavior of gasses.
3 months ago, Michael Foss
Liquid oxygen was visible in the bottom of a cooled balloon
Student protected by the Leidenfrost effect
Using LN2 to cause interesting changes in the physical properties of substances
Students in Biology with Mr. G. were disecting cow eyes donated by Will Sampson Jr.. Giant thank you to our community!
4 months ago, Michael Foss
Students gaining experience using tools common in life sciences
Student identifying different structures in an eye
Students in Physical Science were investigating properties that impact buoyancy with a "Cartesian Diver" styles lab activity!
4 months ago, Michael Foss
Students filling a bottle with water
Students working on their "Diver"
Students squeezing the bottle making the "Diver" drop to the bottom
Congratulations to Our High School Students of the Month for March!
4 months ago, LaRae Ludwig
HS Student of the Month