Cook Inlet Academy

Posted: Wednesday, April 23, 2003

The parent-teacher fellowship will meet at 7 p.m. Monday. The fourth- through sixth-graders will provide entertainment.

Students of the week were Reece O'Dell, for excellence in handwriting; Michael Horton, for self-control in the classroom; Beau Sisson, for leadership in the classroom; Andrew Agosti, for zipping his own coat; Emily Pugmire, for helping Miss Jan; Meghan Powers, for super work; Lacey Cashman, for excellence in Bible memorization; Alexandria Simmons, for a great first week of preschool; Gretta Kennedy, for diligent work habits; Derrick Bunts, for faithfulness in doing his job; Keven Powers, for doing his best during testing; Chemaine Yarnes, for completing homework while being ill; Caleb Lyons, for exemplary character; Haley Michael, for A+ work in journal for week 29; and Elias McConnell, for excellence in math.

The kindergartners are studying the solar system. Each student has chosen a planet and will make a model and present at least three facts about it in a report. They also are making cardboard spaceships and watching movies. Their creations will be on display in the classroom for parents and other students to view.

The kindergartners also are planning a trip to the Martins' farm to see the baby animals and will hike a trail in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. They also will join the first-graders in a boat trip to Halibut Cove to visit Diana Tillion's art gallery.

The first-graders are growing beans and learning about plants in preparation for a trip to Trinity Greenhouse. They also will visit a dentist and the state forestry department for a lesson on being firewise.

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