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A Jumping Good Time!

Wow! These students completed their Accelerated Reading Goal for three quarters. They were treated to a fun morning at Flight Fit and Fun. Students jumped on trampolines, played dodge ball, battle beam, and had fun in the foam pit. It was a great reward for students who achieved reading success. Keep on reading!    

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Run, Jog, and Walk for the Ronald McDonald House!

The students participated in a jog, run, walk community service event by raising money for the Ronald McDonald House. The playground was turned into a track that the students raced around to show support for our local Ronald McDonald House. Students learned that helping others is important and fun!

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Responsibility and Teamwork Taught with Fun and Whip Cream!

Mrs. Williamson, our school principal, created a fantastic way to teach responsibility and teamwork through a schoolwide challenge. Could the students work together to gather up the numerous seed pods dropped by the trees on our campus? Could the students show responsibility by helping to make our campus clean? The challenge was issued and accepted with […]

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Dance Dance Dance!

Good behavior was recognized with a school dance party. Complete with an awesome DJ who played fun music and students and teachers dressed in costumes! It was a great way to recognize students who consistently demonstrate good behavior .

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Surgery Third Grade Style

The third graders in Ms. Juul’s class became surgeons for the day! Their patients were magazines.  With their surgical tools ( scissors, glue sticks, and pencils) they performed surgery on a magazine. They skillfully removed and labeled text features such as headings, timelines, table of contents, and bold print. They were all great surgeons demonstrating their […]

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A Robotic Riddle

What do you get when students work with PVC pipe, cotton balls, buttons, cake pan, egg cartons, and tape? You end up with a very creative and well-designed obstacle course for a Sphero robot. Students in the robotics class demonstrated their ability to design a challenging course that included a ramp, tunnel, corners, and curves. […]

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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

In celebration of an iconic author, Dr. Seuss, the students at our campus were treated to guest readers from our community. The wonderful volunteers read Dr. Seuss books to students in kindergarten through sixth grade. A BIG THANK YOU to the people who donated their time to read and talk with the students! It definitely […]

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Third-Graders Perform Surgery!

Complete with surgical masks, gloves, gowns, and hats Mrs. Juul’s third-graders performed text feature surgery. With their surgical tools ( scissors, glue sticks, and pencils) they performed surgery on a magazine. They skillfully removed and labeled text features such as headings, timelines, table of contents, and bold print. They were all great surgeons demonstrating their […]

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