The Imani School is dedicated and passionate about finding new ways to better prepare students in the S.T.E.M. areas (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). From utilizing cutting-edge programs such as Reasoning Mind - a Web-based math curriculum developed by a renown physicist and mathematician - to conducting science experiments in a state-of-art science laboratory, Imani teachers employ varied instructional methods that meet students where they are.
Mrs. Coney's Pre-K 3 Class
Lab: Observed solids become liquids.
Even our littliest scholars are becoming quite the scientists.
Ms. Warren's 2nd Grade Class
Hypothesis: Soaking bones in vinegar for a week transforms the texture from brittle and stiff to pliable.
Lab: Students soaked chicken bones in vinegar for a week, and observed the physical changes. After a week, students broke the bones to examine the marrow and other characteristics.
Mrs. Willis' 4th Grade Class
Lab: Students created terrariums to observe plants. Students documented the process of creating the indoor habitat. Next, students will add animals and develop a hypothesis.
Mr. Twymon's Life Science Class
Lab: Students measured the density of various liquids.