School News

6th Grade Moon Party

Attributions: 
Kate Elliott

Sixth-grade students showed up at school at 6 o'clock in the morning to see the super blue blood moon eclipse. Unfortunately, it was too cloudy to see the eclipse. We enjoyed the donuts, the hot chocolate and the good company.

100th Day STEM Activity

Attributions: 
Jennelle Youngs

Students were given 100 index cards and 100 cm of tape. They had to use these items to build a tower in 30 minutes. The tower that could hold the most weight won. We also had a 100 piece puzzle challenge. The group that could finish the puzzle the quickest won a prize. The students then wrote autobiographies about themselves, from the ages of 1 to 100. They had to make up some of the information for later on in their life. It's funny to see the things the students wrote. They were also given a picture of themselves that have been aged to make them look older.

Hero Week

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The theme for Hero/Red Ribbon Week was, "It Only Takes a Minute to Decide." Each day students and faculty dressed up to show their support for being drug free. The concluding activity was a Minute to Win It assembly. Thanks PTA for organizing this fun and educational week.

Crystal Apple Award

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Congratulations to Mrs. Kate Elliott for receiving the Crystal Apple Award. Mrs. Elliott was nominated by her peers for her dedication to student learning and acheivement. She works hard to create a learning environement where students feel safe and successful. Thanks for all you do!

STEM Meets Writing

Attributions: 
Kate Elliott

Students in Mrs. Elliott's class engineered robots (i.e. Scribble Bots) to learn the complexity of creating a robot. The students will then decide what type of robot (humanoid or the Rosie type robot) they want in their home. 

Get Away Today

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey

Watch for your new Get Away Today magazine to come home with your student soon. It is filled with travel specials for your family including Adults at Kids’ Prices at the Disneyland Resort for travel in January, February and May 2018! Plus, you can still get 2018 tickets at 2017 prices before they go up!

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