Mosaic Project

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We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams.  – Jimmy Carter

Mosaic is Oakridge Elementary School! As a cross-curricular exemplary project, Mosaic celebrates diversity, promotes a deeper learning of Virginia’s curriculum content standards, and fosters a sense of community throughout Oakridge.

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Oakie needs your 1 gallon water or milk jugs ASAP so we can start a Winter Sow garden project as part of our Learning Gardens. Please sanitize using soap and hot water. Drop off at Recycle Center in front lobby of school. @OakridgeConnect https://t.co/Cf1GKWaAar
Published February 10, 20 10:33AM
                                        
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4th and 5th graders take a 15 minute break from their MLK research to think about DeAndre Arnold and the Oscar nominated short film Hair Love. Take time as a family to discuss your views on the topic of hair. @OakridgeConnect @APS_OEE https://t.co/vItGV21ZYR
Published February 05, 20 9:19AM
                                        
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Welcome back! In Mosaic students (K-2) will be learning about the meaning of The Pledge of Allegiance and students (3-5) will research Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. https://t.co/wduoq6bbxi
Published January 07, 20 5:44AM
                                        
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2018-2019 Mosaic Books

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Peace, by Wendy Anderson Halperin, introduces our year-long school-wide theme of LOVE: love yourself, love each other, love this place.

Peace connects world, nations, cities, neighborhoods, schools, homes and hearts in our search for peace and love.

 

 

 

 

 

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2017-2018 Mosaic Books

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2016-2017 Mosaic Books

Emmanuel's Dream by Laurie Ann Thompson and Sean Qualls    A Place To Grow

2015-2016 Mosaic Books


Questions or Comments? Please contact Dawn Amin-Arsala, Mosaic coordinator, at dawn.arsala@apsva.us .