Articles in ADM Pride

CERAMICS CLASS ROCKS RAKU 

The raku firing process is an ancient technique that was discovered in Korea, but was refined by the Japanese during the 16th century and finally brought to the United States by ceramic artist Paul Soldner in the 1950’s. […]

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HANDS-ON IN SPANISH IV 

Spanish IV students recently got the chance to practice making hand made tortillas and pico de gallo.  They have been studying families and relationships and how the Hispanic cultures take time to make many recipes from scratch.

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PROSTART GETS CREATIVE! 

The Family and Consumer Science Prostart Class has been demonstrating how to use a variety of herbs and spices in their cooking. Recently, one group created their own taco seasoning rather than using the typical store bought packet. […]

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Healthiest State Walk

On October 4th, the students and staff at DeSoto Intermediate School participated in the statewide initiative called The Healthiest State Walk. This 1K walk brings an added focus to making healthy choices in our everyday lives. During the […]

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LEARNING FROM THE EXPERTS 

In journalism classes, students will have the opportunity to learn from an expert in the field at least once a month, in an area directly related to the industry.  This month’s guest speaker, Carrie Krupke, a professional photographer […]

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AND THAT’S GOOD NEWS! 

As part of their classroom culture, students in Mrs. Basinger’s classes share Good News to begin every class.  This starts the class off on a positive note, allows for students to get to know each other, and provides […]

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INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE CLASS 

Mrs. Seidl’s Introduction to Theatre class reviews the standards to be assessed before work on a Greek theatre chorus presentation. The class focuses on different theatre traditions throughout history such at Greek, Roman, Elizabethan, and more. The students […]

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