Congratulations to the following students who placed at the Mathleague Competition, hosted by OSES.
3rd Grade (1st) Omer. D. (2nd) Tarang G. (3rd) Jaithra N.
4th Grade (1st) Pratham M. (2nd) Andrew F. (3rd) Ananya V.
Come join us for FUN evening exploring the Night Sky. You can:
1. “Be a Planet”
2. Explore Planets
3. Build Comets
4. Look at Planets – Telescopes
Summer reading has been a tradition of Orlando Science School. The summer is the perfect time for students to reap the many rewards of independent reading. As educators, we realize the importance of reading throughout the school year and would like to encourage reading during the summer
How does the mass of each planet in our solar system relate to gravitational force?
How high can you jump on Mars? Which planet has the most moons?
Find out the answers to these questions and many more as you tour the solar system with a NASA Education Specialist. In this highly...
Mr. James, from VOA, an architecture firm located in Orlando, visited Mrs. Trujillo's class to discuss how art and math are used in designing and planning new buildings. VOA has offices all over the world and designs educational buildings, museums, office buildings, and even resort hotels. The students traced the blueprints from...
May the Science Be With You was an event held Orlando Science Elementary on May 9. There was a variety of science projects throughout the morning with the Star Wars characters. From designing your own space craft to creating glowing alien water and lava lamps, the Star Wars characters and the students certainly had a...
Renee Adams, author of Two Facts and One Fib book series, spent the day with the students of Orlando Science Elementary School on May 9. The students learned about creating your own book and what goes into publishing a book. Some of the students have already created their own Two Fact and One Fib book.