Category: Student Work

Career Exploration: One-of-a-Kind

By Leanna Duong (class of 2018) Ever wondered what barium tasted like? Well, today the students at Developing Virtue Secondary Girls School discovered that the answer to that question was a definitive “not very good”. In the morning of March 21, 2017, the Ukiah Valley Rural Health Center […]

Knit-a-Square: Together We Care

by Candie Dickinson Twenty-three 7th and 8th grade girls in the Instilling Goodness Girls School learn to knit a square.  The Knit-a-Square Project was part of their Life Skills class. They learned about the history of knitting, which began around 300-499 BC.  By joining others around the world […]

Learning a Dead Language

by Brandy Quach (Class of 2018) Carlos Ruiz Zafon once said, “There’s no such thing as dead languages, only dormant minds.” Language all across the world has the power to connect people and touch someone’s heart. However, some languages are considered “dead”, or a language no longer used […]

Visit to the Senior Center: Autumn Leaves

By Sophia Liu (Class of 2020) and QQ Hu (Class of 2020) On Friday, February 3, 2017, the 8th and 9th graders from the girls division of Developing Virtue Secondary School visited Ukiah Autumn Leaves, a local senior center. The students prepared various performances as well as baked […]

Compassionate Chocolate Crew

by Alexis Yap (Class of 2017) On Saturday, February 4, 2017, four high schoolers went out to a shopping center in Ukiah to provide the community with homemade hot chocolate in the midst of the drizzling cold weather. The Compassionate Chocolate Crew, or otherwise known as “CCC”, was […]