classroom at Bayview was recently
transformed into a stimulating setting for the “Trevor Cool Realm,” an
immersive story that challenged students to explore a series of clues
that provided them with crucial information about characters, plot and
themes. The room was decorated to reflect the world of the title
character, a 12-year-old code-breaking detective.
Storytelling writing program engaged the students, allowing them to take
an active role in learning, developing and practicing vital critical
thinking skills, including the ability to observe, infer and sequence
“This was a great way to start the school year and get the
students excited and motivated about reading and writing,” said
Principal John Mullins.