Up, Up, and Away!
We are so lucky to have
people who are willing to go above and beyond. Whether it is that nurse or
doctor at the hospital who puts in the extra effort studying and knowing
symptoms; that politician who puts the welfare of all above his (or her)
own term in office; the painter who quest for perfection adds so much to our
community; the businessperson who recognizes that ethics and community are more
important than the profit margin; in short people from all walks of life who
work very hard not just in making the world a better place for him(her)self, but
also improving the lot for all; we are so fortunate to have individuals who are
so giving of their time and talent. That certainly is true here at D.C.
Every year there are
students who want to learn more than just what is found in the textbook.
They want to immerse themselves in a study that allows them to internalize the
basics of the discipline in a real world application. This year is no
As a way of assisting those
individuals with their work and to show others what is possible in a school
setting, you will find on subsequent pages examples of past
projects, tentative classroom plans
for those involved in honors chemistry to help achieve those individual goals,
and other information that individuals have requested be posted on the
Net. If you would like to see something in particular posted, please let