13 Manzanita students participated in a Robot Car building workshop in April, 2018. Here is a peek at their work.
Mr. C’s 6th Grade History classes have completed their explorations of ancient Egypt and are learning the Chinese characters for woman (nǚ), water (shuǐ), big (dà), and life (shēng).
The Manzanita Girls Volleyball team hosted Making Waves Academy in the school’s first-ever home game (in any sport). The girls played the best two out of three games, with the Manzanita team victorious. The Manzanita gym was packed. Players […]
by Heikki Koskinen Working as a Group Manzanita students spend part of every Wednesday making music. Students learn music parts and patterns on school instruments – first individually and then playing together. Experiencing the demands and rewards of playing […]
Manzanita 8th graders took part in a special visit from the Tilden Naturalist Program this fall. Two naturalists and one park ranger visited campus to discuss: how environments change over time how animals adapt to those changes They brought several […]
Students, families, teachers, and staff gathered last week for Mrs. Malekzadeh’s big gender reveal moment.
6th Grade Math & Science teacher Annie Malekzadeh works with her students on many levels. This year, she addressed student anxiety around math to conduct an exercise focused on problem-solving.
Not one to miss an educational opportunity, 6th Grade Math and Science teacher Annie Malekzadeh invited the Manzanita community to participate in a statistics project to guess the gender of her baby.