The fifth graders had a graduation ceremony this morning for their completion of the DARE (Drug Awareness Resistance Education) program. Officer Bushey, the instructor of the program, led the ceremony with the kids. Afterwards, Officer Bushey had a pizza lunch for the kids. Check out the awesome t-shirts!
The 6th grade presented original speeches last week. Speeches varied from informative to storytelling. Take a look!
Students in Drama Club are working hard to prepare for next Thursday's performance (March 29). Here are some pictures of what they have been up to:
The fifth grade explored different ways of life in colonial times. They presented on: Frontier Life, Southern Plantation Life, and New England Life. Here are some pictures:
On March 2, the 4K and 5Kers celebrated the birthday of Dr. Suess. They had fun getting dressed up like the Cat in the Hat and also ate green eggs and ham!
At the end of each math unit Mrs. Kutschenreuter designs a project that puts students' knowledge to use in a real-world situation. Sixth graders added fractions and used measuring techniques to design a birdhouse. After learning about integers and the coordinate plane, seventh graders created their own star patterns. Fifth graders also recorded weather data and created a line graph of temperatures, a bar graph of precipitation, and a pictograph showing the frequency of different types of weather.
One of this year's school goals is to promote a positive school environment. Recently, the whole school gathered for an assembly to learn about citizenship and anti-bullying. Fifth through eighth grade students presented video skits and then held a question and answer session. Immediately following the assembly students in all grades were dismissed for Mix-It-Up Lunch. Kids were scrambled and encouraged to talk to new friends. It was a great success!
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