STCPS Middle Schoolers Partner with BC Lynch School on Year-End Project
Four Saint Columbkille students presented digital stories on subjects including Afghan schools, math, global warming, and consumer safety. (Lee Pellegrini)
In May 2019, 63 sixth- and seventh-grade students participated in a three-week digital storytelling project with Boston College’s Lynch School of Education and Human Development. Four of the Loyola Academy students presented their video projects during Saint Columbkille’s annual art show night. The project was led by Lynch School of Education and Human Development Associate Professor Deoksoon Kim, along with 12 BC students.
“The [STCPS] teachers and I have tried to help students use digital storytelling not only to learn subject matter but also to help them develop a sense of meaning and purpose, together with a commitment to the larger society,” said Kim.
It is with great enthusiasm that the school has completed the long overdue renovation of the gymnasium. Original construction of the gym was completed in September 1901. It was named Verdi Hall by the founding pastor of St. Columbkille Church, ...
Students attended the first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. All Pre-K and K2 students attended an orientation, while grades 1 through 8 came for a full day of learning. The day began with a prayer service outside on ...
Through a yearlong collaboration with Lynch School of Education and Human Development Associate Professor Deoksoon Kim, middle schoolers at Saint Columbkille Partnership School demonstrate their learning in social studies through sharing digital stories.