January 2019

Food Drive at Spanish Oaks

Attributions: 
Mrs. Dyches

Our student council has been working hard organizing donations for the food drive for Tabitha's Way. Thank you to all of you who have already donated! If you have not donated yet and would like to, you have until February 1st. Each grade level is competing to see who can donate the most cans. 

 

   

Second Grade "Rocks"

Attributions: 
Miss Linnell

We had so much fun looking at some rocks a student brought in to share with us!   We also loved our rock unit where we learned all about rocks, how they are formed and what characteristics different kinds of rocks have.

A Visitor In Kindergarten

Attributions: 

Mrs. Brown came to Kindergarten today and helped us write adjectives to help describe the main character from one of our favorite shared reading stories "Abiyoyo".  "He has long, twirly, dirty fingernails, 'cause he never cuts them.   Stinky, dirty, big feet, 'cause he never washes them.  Slobbery, stinky, gross, old teeth 'cause he never brushes them.  And matted, knotted, ugly, hair 'cause he never washes it!"  So fun!

Our Box Tops Race is coming February 11-15

Attributions: 
Jessica Nikolaskin

 

Mark your calendars . . .

Our Box Tops Race is coming up soon:  February 11-15th.  Please send your clipped and unexpired Box Tops with your child to school.  The class that collects the most wins a Pizza Party!

Also, like saving with coupons?  Here is a way to save with Box Tops!

 

Quidditch in Third Grade

Attributions: 
Mrs. Dimmick

Our third graders have been working on earning house points. Their reward was a chance to play quidditch. The students had so much fun and were such great sports!

Math Facts Galore!

Attributions: 
Mrs. Taylor

3rd and 6th grade students work together to help master their multiplication facts. They played games, shared tricks and even raced the teachers! 

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Condensation in 4th Grade?

Attributions: 

Mrs. Fagergren’s class used scarves and movement to represent and remember the water cycle. Pictured here are students working together to show condensation with different types of clouds: cirrus, stratus, and cumulus.

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