Jemicy chemistry students completed an exploration activity during their visit to the Science Center, where they also attended a planetarium show entitled “To Space and Back,” which made the connection between chemistry and astronomy. Additionally, they viewed the IMAX show “Ring of Fire” that linked chemistry with nature.
Creating a path for the cross country team trail and facilitating travel between Jemicy Upper School classrooms and its new athletic field sparked this fall’s bridge project, an undertaking of the Woodworking 3D Design class.
9th grade biology students prepared a 55 gallon tank in preparation for the Trout in the Classroom Program, funded by an Aquatic Resources Education Grant from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
Jemicy Upper School students worked alongside students from other Baltimore area schools as part of the Build –a –Block (BAB) Program. The build took place in Pigtown on Ward street. The goal of the Habitat program is to build simple, decent, and affordable housing for those in need of adequate shelter.