This Week at Helen Keller Middle School

Each Friday afternoon, Helen Keller Middle School parents receive a handful of pictures in their email inboxes. 

Principal Susan Kaplan and Assistant Principal Annie Mohr started sharing candid school photos earlier this school year, to give parents insight into what is going on in school, and to give parents an opportunity to discuss school with their children.  (We’re all familiar with the cliche: “What happened in school today?” “Nothing.”)

Kaplan and Mohr are well aware that the priority of pre-adolescent children is not necessarily to share many details of their school day. They share these pictures with the community as a way for all residents to know more about Easton’s middle school.

Catch a glimpse of the happenings at Helen Keller Middle School this week!

Eighth grade science students investigate how a magnet can move another object without contact.   These students are designing their original projects based on their own research of Maglev and Hyperloop transportation design models. 
You could feel the excitement when you walked in the gym this week as students battled their way through the badminton tournament bracket! Not to worry…when students were eliminated from the competition, they got to try their hand at four way badminton!
Lunchtime is a great time to connect with others and it’s even better when you get to play games with our school counselor Dr. Thomas and school social worker Mrs. Heran!
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