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Exploring DNA in Biology!

Last week in Lab Biology, Collier High School Kateri students delved deep into their own DNA! Using Gatorade and rubbing alcohol to extract cheek DNA, they got an inside look at what makes them who they are, literally!

Happy Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day! 🌎

Collier School art students are spreading awareness with their latest mural, reminding us of the importance of protecting and caring for our planet!

Collier School's Sensory Friendly Classrooms!

Big shoutout to our amazing Occupational Therapists and staff at Collier School! 🌟 With their dedication, every student thrives in a sensory-friendly learning space with handheld fidgets, cozy seating, visual aids, and more. Together, we're committed to providing the most comfortable and secure environment for all our students! 

 

Annual Earth Day Clean Up!

 Kudos to our amazing Collier Middle School students for their dedication to our campus! Last week, they came together for our annual Earth Day cleanup, tackling litter, rolling out tires from the stream, and cleaning areas used by Kateri campers. Every student played a crucial role in preserving our shared environment, gaining valuable lessons in community responsibility along the way. Together, we're shaping a greener, cleaner future for Collier and beyond!

New Fluffy Friends at CMS!

Our Collier Middle School students had a great time welcoming adorable baby chicks into our school! Throughout March, our students had the joy of bonding, nurturing, and learning responsibility by caring for these fluffy friends.

 

Autism Acceptance Blue Out!

Spreading love and acceptance this Autism Acceptance Month! Collier staff came together for a blue out to show support for the autism community, giving ribbons and bracelets for students to participate. Let's celebrate inclusion and acceptance for all!

 

March Mental Health Forum

Collier School hosted their March  Mental Health Forum tackling school avoidance, a challenge many students face, especially in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Instead of punishment, we prioritize compassion and understanding for students struggling with attending school. Since 2017, our Shepherding Program has been providing support as students navigate their return to school. More info about the program and the various student support services provided can be found below.