Ms. Taylor’s 3rd graders Rocked Their Socks for World Down Syndrome Day.
over 2 years ago, Ms. Taylor
Rockin our Socks for World Down Syndrome Day
Fingerprint Fun in Pre-K today!
over 2 years ago, Mrs. Ravenscraft
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Louie the Leprechaun visited some kindergartners over the weekend! He left us with silly little hats and a bit of golden chocolate.
over 2 years ago, Lucy Northen
Louie Leprechaun
Second graders are enjoying their Board Game Fun Friday for being respectful, responsible, and safe!
over 2 years ago, Cheryl England
Jayden and Liam playing Trouble!
So much fun!
Guess Who fun!
Fun with Hatchimoles.
Mrs. Ravenscraft’s class is busy making Gingerbread cookies.
over 2 years ago, Mrs. Ravenscraft
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Pre-K got outside the past 2 days to play!
over 2 years ago, Mrs. Ravenscraft
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4th grade has front row seats at our performance about Laura Ingalls Wilder!
almost 3 years ago, Nikki Manning
Let the show begin!
Kindergarten has celebrated Dr. Seuss all week. Today we got to try Green Eggs and Ham!
almost 3 years ago, Lucy Northen
Green Eggs and Ham
Virtual Volcanoes 🌋 With 2nd Grade & MU
almost 3 years ago, Roxie Danyus
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Virtual Volcanos
Mrs England’s class is experiencing volcanoes using virtual reality glasses!
almost 3 years ago, Cheryl England
Cool!
PM PreK classes will be headed to Dr. Jerger’s Office this afternoon to learn about dental hygiene. Due to the size of his office, we do not have parents join us on this trip. Sorry for any inconvenience.
almost 3 years ago, Elizabeth Foran
PreK learned about Patty Cake this week so they baked cupcakes today and marked them with their letter 🧁
almost 3 years ago, Amanda Ryder
Yummy!
Class
In 4th grade we are finishing our unit on electricity. Today we put knowledge into action. It was so fun to watch our bulbs light up both literally and figuratively!
almost 3 years ago, Nikki Manning
Nice work!
Way to go!
Smiles all around!
They are so proud!
Mrs England’s class is learning about erosion using a cookie and a dropper! We dropped water on our cookie to see the effects of rain and blew hard to demonstrate wind erosion...then we gobbled them up! Yummy science.
almost 3 years ago, Cheryl England
It takes a lot of water droplets to demonstrate rain.
Working hard on those cookies!
Cookie erosion with the boys.
Celebrating Lincoln’s birthday in 1st grade with log cabins, heads or tails, penny stacking, and how many water drops can it hold!
almost 3 years ago, Amanda Ryder
Cabins
Cabins
Heads or tails
Cabins
Way to go 3rd grade! #KindnessStartsWithOne
almost 3 years ago, Amanda Ryder
Example
Example
Board
We enjoyed recognizing several students tonight for their award-winning artwork and outstanding leadership.
almost 3 years ago, Amanda Ryder
Art
Leader of the month
Just a reminder - tomorrow is spring picture day!
almost 3 years ago, Amanda Ryder
Unfortunately all of our Heart Health Challenge shirts did not come in on time. We will be rescheduling our events for next Friday, February 15th. It will not be tomorrow. Please look for a note coming home with your child today. Thank you!
almost 3 years ago, Amanda Ryder
Students have been creating projects to show their knowledge of African American History. I’m so proud of all their hard work and creativity! Here are just a few on display!
almost 3 years ago, Nikki Manning
4th grade student work!