Mrs. Hill is the Librarian here at Spanish Oaks. She is from Tennessee and grew up there. Mrs. Hill would be an uber driver if she wasn't a teacher because she wants to meet new people, and go to new places. She has been a Librarian for two years at Spanish Oaks and she loves it. When she was a kid her favorite subject was reading because she always loved to read. Mrs. Hill’s favorite holiday is Thanksgiving because of family and June is her favorite month because there is no school.
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PTA Family Night All Spanish Oaks families are invited for this fun and informative night! Mark your calendars for: Monday, March 2nd @ 5pm School gym! Kids will rotate between 4 different Dr. Seuss craft stations while parents attend a presentation on “Raising Resilient Kids” presented by our school counselor and Administrative intern, Mrs Winkler and Mrs. Laird-Trandum!
This is so exciting! We have a Reflections Artist from Spanish Oaks who is going to the National Level! A Shout Out to our very own Baylor Ward who won an Award of Excellence in the Intermediate Division in the 3D category for his awesome idea and artwork for his entry this year. Congrats, Baylor!
We are excited to announce our first annual Kindness Week here at Spanish Oaks. We have some fun and exciting activities, songs, challenges, etc. to enjoy throughout the week. We will be sharing quotes from the students each morning on the announcements, and doing our best to pass out over 2,000 “Caught ya’ Being Kind” slips to recognize acts of kindness going on around us. Here are just a few of the things we will be enjoying throughout the week:
Monday: Say good morning to 15 people
Tuesday: Write a kind “thank you” message to Superintendent Nielsen
We learn about living and non living things in 3rd grade. The students have been discussing the 8 characteristics that make something living. Today they were able to see how live worms react to: light, heat and water. Each student made a prediction, observed what happened and came up with a conclusion for why they thought the worm reacted in a certain way.