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It’s very possible that the most fun room at Todd Elementary School is the ABL Room. ABL, which stands for Action-Based Learning is a program, funded by a grant, that allows students in grades K-2 to engage in physical activities that enhance learning through movement.
Most people walking down the hallway of an elementary school expect to see classes with doors closed and students sitting straight up at their desks. Not so, at Todd Elementary School, where sitting takes many forms.
At the Todd Elementary gym, fourth graders were playing a game in P.E. class this week called C.T.I: Catch, Throw and Intercept. The game involved standing on mats and throwing balls at one another, but it was much more than that.
For the past month fifth graders at Todd Elementary have been learning about the treacherous Oregon Trail through a variety of mediums. They have been working with school librarian Tara Phethean on several challenges aimed at bringing the Oregon Trail to life. The library has been decorated with colorful displays of wagons and scenery one would encounter on the Oregon Trail.
The hallway outside Todd music teacher Jenna Stufkosky’s classroom was filled with fourth graders last week. Students were playing on instruments like keyboards while simultaneously creating movies on their iPads. The goal was to create a video based on a song they had learned in class.