Dates to remember:
Friday Students in Good Standing (SIGS), Fear Factor.
Monday Report cards will be sent home.
Tuesday Spring pictures.
April 9 No school
Teacher request forms will be available in the office beginning April 12. Forms are due by May 3. The school will not be able to fax the forms. Parents or students may pick forms up.
Parents are encouraged to stop by to see the school's newest creation. The staff thanks Terry McBee and Jen Tyler for their help in the artistic addition to the school's commons-area wall. Tyler spent many hours organizing and planning the event, and McBee also assisted in the planning and organizing, designed the mural and painted the tree. The students, staff and community completed it with their hand prints.
The Title I and the fifth-grade students will host Family Math Night from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. April 29 at the school. Pizza and soda will be for sale from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Parents and students are encouraged to attend.
Guten tag from Mr. Daniels' class. The students were part of the spring "Oliver Twist" musical, glazed drinking mugs, invented and presented a new invention, followed the Iditarod hour by hour, learned chess, were a part of a fourth-grade chess tournament and still had a little time to just be students. Last week, the class went on a robot field trip, where it built robots using simple machines at a the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska. The class invited Cecil Duggins in to demonstrate how to carve tools and canoes out of soap like the Cherokee Native Americans used to do. The class has taken down its last snowflake off of the compliment tree, so it's time to celebrate. Keep up the good work.
The first-graders "traveled" with Capt. Bill Pinkney to South America and Africa. The students are learning how to label maps and write a paragraph. In math, the students learned how to count by 10s from a single digit, add 10 to a number, order numbers to 100 and to count by 100s.
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