On Monday our MICDS students had a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see the solar eclipse in totality. Teachers orbited their students throughout the morning, using the eclipse as a learning opportunity and working the event into lessons ranging from science to art. Around 12:50 p.m., students put on a pair of ISO certified solar glasses and looked on in starry-eyed wonder as the moon eclipsed the sun. As totality occurred, student observers were over the moon witnessing this rare spectacle. It was truly a day of cosmic proportions that students aren’t soon to forget.
Watch a timelapse of the shadow moving across our campus below: