Fall season dress up day

Today, our Early Childhood students celebrated Literary Character Costume Day with a parade and a costume contest! Our students enjoyed showing off their cool costumes as they were cheered on by their Elementary friends. To cap off the day, a costume contest was held and our winners were: Yusuf Salama

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Poetry reading lesson

Students in 8th grade ELA prove that they care about their education and preparing for high school as they still charge through their lessons whether at home in quarantine or class. Their teacher Ms. Munoz leads them in a novel poetry reading lesson to understand the gist and students are

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An extraordinary day in the history of Egypt

The sixth of October is an extraordinary day in the history of Egypt. It signifies a great day of victory. It is a day of glory and dignity. Metropolitan students participated in a day of celebration to commemorate Victory Day. Students participated through performances that included singing Egyptian songs, dressing

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Algebraic Reasoning

In Math class, Grade 7 finished their first Chapter (Algebraic Reasoning) by creating a Flip booklet to summarize and reflect on their understanding of the major concepts that were addressed in that chapter.

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Bonne rentrée scolaire

Bonne rentrée scolaire!! We sing a lot in our French class!  On the first day, we learned a Bonjour Song! Bonjour mes amis, bonjour! The students met our famous puppet “Mademoiselle Souris” and the magic bag “Le Baluchon”. Looking forward to an extraordinary year!!!

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International Day of Peace

Every year on 21 September, the International Day of Peace is observed and celebrated across the world. Also known as World Peace Day, the occasion aims to strengthen peace across nations. At Met, students and staff dressed in white and tye die colors to celebrate peace. 

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