This week is Read Across America Week becausew it was Dr. Seuss's Birthday on March 2nd. Monday's theme was "I'm Not Going To Get Up Today" and students and staff wore pajamas to celebrate! Teachers rotated to different kindergarten classrooms… Read the rest
Students got to crack open a geo crystal rock the past two days. They enjoyed getting to use a hammer to crack open the rock and then looking at the crystals on the inside!
Orton-Gillingham is an approach used by teachers for reading instruction. This approach uses multi-sensory teaching strategies, paired with lessons focused on phonics. The students also learn correct letter formation. Ask your student, "Are you ready for the 3-Part Drill?"
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The monthly Leadership Award is based on students displaying attributes that include The 8 Habits as well as positive character traits.
February Leadership Award 2024
Character Trait - Fairness: Fairness is to treat people in a way that is right.… Read the rest
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Fackler's class celebrated with a Royal Tea Party after finishing their unit on Kings and Queens!
Our students learned about several animals from our Columbus Zoo friends.
Kindergarten students celebrated 100 Days of School with fun activities! Check out the 100's Day shirts the students created!
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Today, Mr. Flowers and Mr. Blue from The Grange gave all third graders a dictionary! These dictionaries have lots of great extra information n the back, (the longest word in the English language), the Declaration of Independence, facts about all… Read the rest
Today Dr. Chassie Schwemer, an optometrist from Kenton Family Eye Care, came and talked to us about our eyes! We learned about eyes in our unit on the Human Body. Dr. Schwemer talked to us about how our eyes work… Read the rest