We started with 32 eggs. After about 21 days 26 of them hatched. We were sad when one of those did not make it in the brood box. On Friday we said good-bye to 25 of our chirping friends. They went to their new farm homes! I’m sure we will remember the “runt”, the “little ones”, the “big black” one, the “feathered feet”, and the “bullies” for years to come! What a great learning experience!
Mr. Kurk brought the Middle School Band to our building! Students enjoyed learning about the different instrument families and hearing 2 songs.
WOW! First grade was amazed by the amount of knowledge the third grade students had about the United States of America! From the posters, to the songs, to the dancing…way to go third grade!
Let’s find out how much money we collected for the Rainforests in Madagascar? We walked to the bank, listened to a story, toured the bank, collected over $300 between all of the classes, and got an activity book! Thanks to everyone at the bank!
First grade walked to Hometown for a tour of the store. We saw all of the areas of the store including the office, the freezer, the bakery, the meat department, and the register area! As we were leaving we got a backpack with some goodies and cookies! YUM! Thanks to all who helped at the the grocery store!
How exciting!!! It’s RIF time which means all students got not 1 but 2 free books to enjoy for ever and ever!!!! Thank you, Mrs. Miller!
Our character trait for the month of May is attentiveness. Mrs. Barnett visited the classroom with a variety of activities to test our attentiveness. Would you be surprised that many had some trouble really listening and following the direction for the different activities? Not really….especially since it is toward the end of the school year! However….we have lot to learn and do before summer break!!
Mrs. Talbert visited the first grade classrooms to do many StarLab activities. We learned about stars, the sun, daylight in the summer and winter, and constellations! What a great way to learn about the mysteries of the sky!
Due to a technology malfunction a lot of posts were lost from February to present. So sorry for the inconvenience!
Our character ed trait for this month is being content. We know this means being happy with what we have but not being greedy. Our service project is to set up a community library so others can enjoy books as much as we do. We are in need of books to put in the library. So…if you have any books your children are tired of please send them in for our new project!