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Middle schoolers participate, learn in X-block sessions

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Imagine a period in the day where students have an hour to put away homework and design their own website or learn how to make succulents in plastic containers. For middle schoolers, X-block is this period.

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, middle schoolers select and participate in two out of 26 X-blocks, including Costume Couture, Curiosity X and Batik Pattern and Printmaking.

Watch the video above to learn more about student experiences in the ALTeachers, Art and the Environment, Be a Digital Fortune Teller and Science Fair X-blocks.

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