Kalifonsky Christian

Posted: Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Students had a special treat this week when Rosy Thompson brought some bees for the students to observe in class. They also got to taste honeycomb.

The kindergarten, first- and second-grade classes have been learning about life in the community by focusing on dentists and how they take care of teeth. Students also have been studying beavers in science.

Karli Martin celebrated her birthday Friday, while Jeffrey Simons will celebrate today before Mrs. East leaves for England.

The third-graders are learning about birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish in science, while the fourth-graders are studying Alaska history and learning to write reports. Fifth-graders gave reports on mammals this week.

The sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders learned about ancient Rome and also verbs in language. The seventh-graders are working with percentages in math, while the eighth-graders are combining polynomials.

Mrs. Floyd's music class has been studying the percussion family and sharps and flats. The younger students learned about treble clef notes.



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