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Kalifornsky Beach Elementary

Posted: Wednesday, October 27, 2004

The book fair ends Thursday.

Wrestling intermurals begin Monday after school.

The annual veterans wall of honor will be on display in the commons area Monday through Nov. 12. Families are encouraged to display military photos of their family's veterans.

The school will no longer collect IGA receipts.

This week the first-graders finished the animal unit. Each student finished and edited an animal book they wrote about the animal facts they learned during the unit. The books will be shared during conferences. The students attended a puppet show put on by the local fire department. Families are encouraged to make sure there is a meeting place established for the family if there is a fire. In math, the students continued practicing writing number sentences, using a balance to determine lighter and heavier objects, covered designs with pattern blocks and practiced doubles facts to 10. Parents are encouraged to help their student practice math facts nightly, as speed counts.

Mrs. Tobin's class will present an informational Power Point presentation to the Soldotna City Council today. The students will present information about helmet safety, including research information and survey statistics.

A crafter's club for fourth- through sixth-grade students will be held from 2:45 to 4:15 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Tuesday and ending Dec. 16. The first 15 students to register will do beading, lanyards, tie-dying, paper making, swaps and holiday crafts. The cost is $15 per student. Scholarships may be available.



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