Heather Cline, a Connections and Kalifornsky Beach Quest student, won first place in the junior division of the Future Problem Solving Scenario Writing Contest for her short story "Business Fiasco." Her scenario has been entered into the international competition, which will be held June 2 in Lexington, Ky.
Mrs. McBee congratulates the students in the girls' Science Club for hosting and leading the activties at the science festival. She thanks Alea Perkovich, Brooke Ansotegui, Caitlin Jobe, Davina Schultz, Elisha Hollers, Gabrielle Peterson, Haley Conti, Heide Westerman, Kiara Hauck, Kierstyn Matthews, Lindi Pace, Allison Barrett, Emily Quigley, Casey Murphy and Brittany Moore. McBee also thanks the parent volunteers who helped at the science festival.
First-graders started writing their own folktales. Safety Seal visited Tuesday and shared ways to be safe during the summer. The district art teacher helped them learn about warm and cool colors and used pastels to make pictures.
Students learned about the plus nine addition facts, one-half, one-third, and one-sixth and comparing using equal, less than or more than symbols.
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