Our art teacher, Raquel Cardoso, started a blog to highlight the work of Hernández students and give young artists the opportunity to share their work with the world! There will also be articles, talks and other interesting art related news, as well as teacher work. Enjoy the samples below and check out Raquel’s art blog!
On March 1, Hernandez students shared their science work with our larger community. It was amazing to see the range and depth of projects — from penguins to electricity to mythical creatures and habitats to jellyfish:
In the 2013-2014 school year, 826 Boston worked with our 5th-grade students on poetry. Their work culminated in this incredible video project, “I’m a Flame You Can’t Put Out:”
In March of 2015, the Rafael Hernández Girls’ Robotics Team was the highlight of an evening with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker. The event, The Next Frontier: Latinos in the Tech Sector, featured the governor as the special guest. The Rafael Hernandez robotics program is led by two of our teachers, Roselynn Rodriguez and Victoria Perez.
In 2013 and 2014, our 7th-grade students worked with art teacher Trevor Wallace on their “Legacy Project” to transform our school’s courtyard:
Some Hernández families walked together in the annual Wake Up the Earth community celebration parade from Egleston Square to Stonybrook in May of 2015. A K1 student and a 1st grader held the banner for part of the parade!
In May of 2015, Hernández 1st graders painted banners for Teacher Appreciation Week during the after-school program:
Parents organized a Teacher Appreciation Breakfast that same week. We are so grateful for our teachers!