(L to R) Naj 'yka Thorn, Kaydince Fram, Jonah Black, Dashon Hawkins, and Nevaeh Flenniken, students in Mrs. Ribar's Math class, worked with Nets of a Solid.

A geometry net is a 2-dimensional shape that can be folded to form a 3-dimensional shape or a solid. The class used these 3-dimensional shapes to create a city.

Cross Sections

Seventh grade students in Mrs. Bowers' class working on geometric cross sections with play-doh and floss. The students worked in groups of 3-4 to create three dimensional shapes then used floss to cut through the shape: horizontal, vertical and diagonal.

The students had to identify what shape was created by cutting the object. Pictured left: Harrison Heilman, Daniel Sheeler, and Robert Schwartz and below: Chloe Petrelle, Caitlyn Lukacena, and Leah Taglione.