Guest Blogger Rebecka Langum: 4th Grade Environmental Education in Coloma

On Wednesday, September 23rd, the fourth graders made their way to Coloma, the center of the California Gold Rush. The children were transported back to 1848, when gold was first discovered on the American River by James Marshall. On our first...

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Guest Blogger Jacqueline Cody: A Third Grade Class Reflects on Their Trip to Little Basin

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Guest Blogger Arnaud Cabanel: Conservation in our Own Backyard

ISTP 6th graders work on a conservation project at the Palo Alto Baylands, in 2009.
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4th Graders Explore Nature, History at Coloma Outdoor School

Last week, ISTP’s 4th Grade students visited Coloma Outdoor School, located in Coloma, California along the American River. The greenhorns (a term used for new people to the Gold Rush) were transformed into Sourdoughs (a term used for people who...

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Experiential Learning: 3rd Grade Overnight Trip to Point Reyes

Last week, the third graders embarked on an exciting overnight camping trip to Pt. Reyes, a location chosen for its rich historical and geographical features. This trip offered our third graders the very best of experiential learning. The...

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Environmental Education: 5th Grade Overnight Trip to Malakoff State Park

Last week, the 5th graders went on their annual camping trip. We went to Malakoff State Historic Park up near Nevada City. This park used to be the site of a huge hydraulic mining operation back in the 1850s that was eventually forced to close.

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Matisse in the Kindergarten Classroom

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Up, Up and Away: February Mini Camp

Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Students show us what it is to be a Superhero with their new identities!
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