To wrap up a unit on graphing, second-grade students participated in "The Great Potato Race" in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
Living Waters Aquarium
Foothill's fourth-grade students had a great time during the Living Waters Aquarium presentation. They experienced the water cycle on a 3D table and even danced their way through the cycle. The students made explosion clouds with 2 liter bottles and a bicycle pump. The best part was when the students had the opportunity to hold a garter snake, see a tiger salamander, and a red-spotted frog. Thank you Living Waters Aquarium for coming to our school!
Nothing is better than reading a good book while eating a doughnut.
Kindergarten students were each issued a "driver’s license" and a "key" so they could drive their cars to different destinations throughout the United States (school). They saw the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore and even got to visit with Betsy Ross and Abraham Lincoln. They really enjoyed learning more about this great country in which we live.
Friday, March 1st, Foothills fifth-graders and first-graders met together and had a Dr. Seuss read-a-thon. The first-graders loved reading Dr. Seuss books to their fifth-grade buddies and listening to the fifth-graders read to them.