Geometry students collaborated with peers in the Design Early College program on an interdisciplinary lesson to build trusses. Geometry groups served as design engineers and Design students served as structural engineers, making modifications before 3D printing each truss. Instructors then tested to see how much weight each could hold. Watch the action here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/15B_x5uX3HY-Qc8DVwnWL4Uey18rXBFqB/view?usp=sharing
6 months ago, The Metro Schools
Testing truss
Ms. Altstaetter's Investigation Into Literature classes conducted a deep study of characters and examined character traits. Students then worked in book groups to create characters and shared evidence to support their thinking.
6 months ago, The Metro Schools
Working on character project
Designing characters
sample characters
Thanks to all the staff, family members and Metro partners who have served our country. We salute you!
6 months ago, The Metro Schools
Veterans Day
College Visit Day is an annual opportunity for Metro students to see a variety of campuses first hand as they plan for the future. Campus tours include presentations, a chance to see college dorms and eat in the cafeterias. Advisory groups traveled to 10 campuses this year.
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
College Visit Group Photo
Campus tour
Ohio University
Campus visit
Metro H.S. students are on their way to 10 different colleges & universities throughout Ohio and Northern Kentucky for our annual College Visit Day. We hope to help students expand their vision for the future!
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
College visit bus
Students on bus
Students in Ms. Geygan's 7th grade science classes conduct experiments studying how rolling, sliding and static friction act on them and how different fluids act against the force of gravity on a penny.
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
studying friction
Geygan's science class
Fluids and friction
Thanks to the parents who attended the Oven Showcase in Mr. Westwood's classes. After two weeks learning about heat transfer and designing and building working ovens out of everyday materials, 8th graders demonstrated their projects and made S'mores for visitors.
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
Parents at Showcase
Explaining Oven
working oven
Metro 2020 graduate Emilie Johnson (center of first photo) was among a team of OSU respiratory therapists who visited the BODIES class to teach students about respiration and blood pressure. @osurespiratorytherapy
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
OSU Respiratory Therapists
Emilie Johnson, class of 2020
Respiration
Bodies ECE students participate in interactive activities with Ohio State anesthesiologists, which include learning how to use ultrasounds and how to intubate on a manikin.
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
OSU Anesthesiology
Intubation lab
Intubation practice
Ultrasound lab
Interdisciplinary Work: Mrs. Linik and Mr. Caldwell's classes collaborated on a project to build a strong truss. Geometry students served as Design Engineers by researching different types of trusses and creating a prototype. Students in Design ECE took on the role of Structural Engineers by analyzing the designs to build the trusses. Testing will take place later this week!
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
Truss designs
Bodies ECE students learn about antibiotic resistance and the importance of aseptic technique through a conjugation lab.
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
Bodies students
Conjugation lab
Bodies presentation
Ohio State's College of Nursing hosted Metro's Bodies Early College students for hands-on simulations and
7 months ago, The Metro Schools
OSU College of Nursing Visit
Nursing simulation
Metro alumni Asiah & Daijah Robinson (class of 2018) spoke to students in Early College Experiences about their college and career journey and the importance of hard work, perseverance, positive relationships and personal growth.
8 months ago, The Metro Schools
Asiah. & Daijah Robinson
ECE students
Metro's Growth ECE students explore Ohio State's Waterman Farm to see the new Controlled Environment Agriculture Research Complex and the farm that houses research projects.
8 months ago, The Metro Schools
Waterman Farm
research center
Stop at Blaze Pizza (170 N. High St.) this Thursday (9/28) between 3pm-8pm with the flyer pictured and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Metro's Dance Committee!
8 months ago, The Metro Schools
Blaze Pizza Fundraiser
Special thanks to the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center for hosting Metro's Growth Pathway cohort and sharing their research and career opportunities.
8 months ago, The Metro Schools
Growth students
Byrd Polar presentation
Visit to Byrd Polar
Superintendent Meka Pace joined students in a ribbon cutting ceremony marking their first day in the newly remodeled Metro Middle School!
8 months ago, The Metro Schools
Middle School Assembly
Ribbon Cutting with Mrs. Pace
High school students completed their first two days of Advisory activities, which included a field trip to the OSU campus for 9th graders.
9 months ago, The Metro Schools
HS Advisory field trip
Metro's office team is ready to serve you as we begin a new school year! Mrs. Slagle, Administrative Aide & Building Substitute; Mrs. Washington, School Secretary; Mrs. Burgett, Communications & Admissions; Mrs. Marshall, Attendance & Records.
9 months ago, The Metro Schools
Metro Office Team
Ready, set and here we go! New students have been introduced to Metro during Summer Bridge, teachers have reported and started collaborating, and the building is getting final updates to welcome students next week! Welcome to the new year!
9 months ago, The Metro Schools
MS Summer Bridge
HS Summer Bridge
Teacher work days