This week, third graders put on a Living Museum by selecting a historical figure to research, write a speech about, dress up as, and present on. Parents visited the museum and pressed buttons next to the famous historical figure in order for them to "spring-to-life" and talk about their life and accomplishments. Click here to view more pictures from the Living Museum.
On Wednesday, February 16, the Dorothy Floyd Library welcomed local Atlanta author Jerry G. White to Lovett in celebration of Black History Month. White recently published the picture book Anansi the Spider and the Colorful Kente Cloth.
Sixth graders spent several weeks in their STEAM class creating light up plush dolls! Students explored components of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math, with Katherine Schneider (MS Art) and Nelson Caviness (MS Academic Technology) instruction on sewing and circuitry.