Exciting Lessons in Humanities, STEM and World Language Classes

Ready to delve into "The Odyssey," freshmen students in Ms. Maltese and Mrs. Puma’s English classes recently studied Greek gods and goddesses. After conducting their research, each student showcased her findings to the class. The first-year class had fun celebrating their newfound knowledge by dressing up as their chosen god or goddess and enjoying mythological-inspired treats. This immersive experience provided freshmen with a comprehensive understanding of the world of Greek mythology, helping them prepare for Homer’s work.
The Class of 2027 took part in more thrilling activities in their physics class by leading Barbies through a bungee jump. In Ms. Crilly and Mrs. Layton’s classes, the girls tested their experimental design skills for this exercise. According to Ms. Crilly, “the goal of the lab is to give Barbie the greatest thrill of her life, while still keeping her safe as she bungee jumps from the second floor of Trinity Hall.” In order to take part in this activity, students had to design an experiment, identify variables, collect data and generate a math model. After this session, students were prepared to face the challenges of physics labs throughout the course of the year. 
Students in Madame Lehman’s French IV class welcomed back a Trinity Hall alumnae to help guide a recent lesson. Ally Lupu ‘23 returned to talk with students about her recent trip to France and cook with them. Together, they watched a video about the history of and how to make croque- monsieur. “Students were inspired by Ally, as she has a wonderful grasp of French after four years of learning the language at Trinity Hall, and currently studying it at the collegiate level,” stated Madame Lehman. After speaking with Ally, students indulged in making and sampling sandwiches, using the recipe they had watched. 
Through these unique experiences, students at Trinity Hall continue to demonstrate their understanding of skills in fun and innovative ways.

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