Biology students are learning how multicellular organisms are organized in a system of hierarchy. They compared plant organs under a microscope to analyze how form relates to function.
2 days ago, Malissa Jeffrey
Students in Unified Science have been learning dimensional analysis and scientific notation. What's a fun, practical application of these concepts, you ask? Answer: convert a recipe and make some fudge using specially reserved lab equipment!
3 days ago, Malissa Jeffrey
2021 Yearbooks are here! For $42 you can have all the fun memories. High school, junior high and elementary pictures included. Get yours today!
4 days ago, Justine Kelley
Reviewing inside/outside the circle.
4 days ago, Sara Fredericksen
Preschool students reviewed the concept of inside and outside.
What colors are inside the circle (outside)?
Chemistry students practiced experimental design during a chromatography lab. This activity allowed them to observe dye components of water-soluble markers.
5 days ago, Malissa Jeffrey
Pick A Side! The agenda for Government class today features an activity that simulates choosing a political party. One by one common favorites (and least favorites) were laid out- seniors had to pick which table they would picnic. Single item dealmakers or breakers? Compromises?
5 days ago, Chris Olesen
Physics students wrapped up their engineering project by calculating their mass ratio, showing off their creative designs, and performing their sit tests!
9 days ago, Malissa Jeffrey
Plant Science students collected weed and tree samples in class. Next, we will be learning how to use technology to identify them and how to identify them ourselves with the use of guides and plant features to compare for accuracy.
10 days ago, Tessa Meyer
Left to right: Macy Alderson, Kenzie Hoffman, Kenzie DeMoss
The GTRA Pep Band gets excited every home game to perform music and support the team! Sometimes it seems like all we get to do is perform our school's fight song with how many touchdowns the football team is scoring. Come out and watch the band perform at the next home football game!
10 days ago, Zach Witherspoon
Pep Band Performance
Mr. Harder, HS Math Teacher invested over 200 Hours of Professional Growth as one of 70 participants in the 2021 Iowa STEM Teacher Externships program. Mr. Harder spent approximately six weeks on site at The Merrill Company In Spencer, contributing to their operations, gleaning ideas for classroom applications of content, and observing first-hand what 21st Century skills are needed for today's students to succeed in the workforce. Upon completion Mr. Harder possesses new skills for helping students to develop employability skills by adapting their content to include projects and problems tackled In the workplace. "I want to set the class culture from day one as a professional workplace. That does not mean It is all business all the time; but when it is time to work, get it done. Most students probably don't realize how a workplace functions, and I will be happy to share examples and illustrate key features." Mr. Harder Thank you Mr. Harder for your dedication to setting the students of Titan Nation up for success for their future! #titannation #wearetitannation
11 days ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
A great big shout out to Dickinson Soil & Water Conservation District for hosting the Outdoor Classroom. GT 6th graders participated in nine stations including; Trees, Monarchs & Pollination, Drones, Wetland Water Fowl, Boating Safety, Macro Invertebrates, Dog Training, Soil Health, and A Nature Walk. We had a great learning experience
11 days ago, Chris Goodchild
Dog Training
Monarch & Pollination
Boating Safety
Titan Nation wants to thank Lieutenant Governor Adam Gregg for stopping by today to tour our facilities. “Small Schools are important to Iowa and I’m impressed by the investment that has been made by these communities to have first class facilities, so that kids can have all the opportunities and perhaps more than they would have in some larger schools.” - Lt. Governor Adam Gregg Thank you again for stopping by Titan Nation!
12 days ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
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After a lot of trial and error - and crashing to the floor - the Physics chairs are starting to take form!
16 days ago, Malissa Jeffrey
Interior Design students got the chance to work with “customers” (random classmates) to design and style a room. Communication is a key component in the design process, so we are working on our descriptive words and visual components!
18 days ago, Max Bergo
Our designers working with “customers"
Building Trades class took today to learn about using a hammer… with some fun! Setting up the game “Hammerschlagen” for practice! Each student takes one swing at the mail in the board, whoever hits their nail in first wins!
18 days ago, Max Bergo
Game in Building Trades
Back in action after the Labor Day weekend!
18 days ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
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first graders
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Yesterday, students in Miss Harris's 2nd grade classroom practiced writing sight words.
18 days ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
Mrs. Harris
Last week, Mrs. Harris found a praying mantis in her backyard. She brought it to school for both Kindergarten classes to look at in the outdoor classroom! We opened the container to let it out and walked away. It flew out and landed on Mrs.Benjamin. It crawled up her leg and then onto her finger.
18 days ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
outdoor classroom
The '21-'22 No Boundaries students from GT/RA, Okoboji, and Soencer have been onboarding and working on practice projects. On September 8, after hearing pitches from local businesses and community groups, they will choose the projects they will work on for the year.
19 days ago, No Boundaries
21-22 NoBo Class
Freshmen Geography students learning to use Iowa road maps- copying the scale, finding north, following highways, and most difficult HOW TO FOLD
23 days ago, Chris Olesen