Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Fall 2009: Chantilly Academy Part 1

Fall 2009 - Miles Connor and Jodie Larson are 40, Tammy Holland is 24, Claire Green is 22, Brandon Becker, Tamara Newson, Anthony Upsnott, Diana Lind and Madison Mathers are 17, Jacob Flylar is 16, Colin Pitts, Stewart Newson, Penny McArthur and Gabriella Gorey are 14.

Lower School.jpg Enrollment at Chantilly Academy has grown to the point that splitting into two sites was required. Through the summer the old building across the street had been converted to make the Lower School (Grades 1-8) and the original building would remain the site for the Upper School (Grades 9-12).

Interview Claire.jpg With more classes, new teachers where required. Claire Green a new grad from Sim State University was an ideal candidate. She had taken Art with extra credit in early childhood education. She would be taking over teaching at the Lower School.

Tammy.jpg Tammy was hired as the new Art and Music teacher. She has been working as an artist but wanted to pass on her love of the arts to the next generation.

Diana Yuck.jpg Miles Connor always gets the same reaction from at least one student when he went over what they would be doing in the science lab. Diana wasn't really sure she was going to like this class.

Tamara and Anthony.jpg Tamara and Anthony are determined to win the big debating competition with other schools around Sim State.

Grade 9 Essays.jpg Penny and Gabriella where determined to get ahead on their very first essay. They hadn't realized just how much work High School was going to be.

Lunch.jpg The cafeteria at lunch time was always a hub of noise and hormones. Some of the topics of discussion where not one's Mr. Connor wanted to partake in.

Out of Control.jpg Jodie was having more and more trouble controlling her class. The Grade nines where even more difficult for Jodie than the Grade 12 class the previous year.

Trouble.jpg Mr. Connor realized he had to make a change when a fight broke out between Jacob Flylar and Stewart Newson.

Art Class.jpg Thankfully Tammy was finding it easy to settle in teaching the art class.

Music.jpg Music was never a difficult subject to teach and the kids are having no problem getting into it with Tammy.


jungfrun68 said...

I love your school, how do you do that?

Andrea said...

The main thing needed to run my school is Inge’s school at, there is a basic tutorial there on how to set it up. I also like to use Monique's Computer so my students can study badges and skills on the computer.,93501.0.html
I played around a lot with my school before I added it to Chantilly.