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Friday, September 18, 2020

Singing in the Rain

This week we encountered a little bit of foul weather, yet we did not let that stop us from singing and dancing in the rain! We are thankful the rain held off for the most part, however, we enjoyed it while it was here because you can’t have a rainbow without a little rain.   Cohorts […]
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A Magical First Week!

Friday, August 28, 2020

A Magical First Week!

New FriendsKindergarteners were so excited to spend the week meeting new friends, spending time with old friends, and learning how to navigate their new school. We were thrilled to see Kindergartners bravely make eye contact and greet their classmates each morning. Students have been so excited to hear from friends all about their lives as […]

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Humor me

Friday, May 7, 2021

Humor me

We are in the middle of a science fiction unit in reading. As I am sure you are familiar with, your kids are in book clubs to discuss the literature amongst themselves. I started reading one of the books last night, Space Case, by Stewart Gibbs. In my opinion, it’s hilarious! If you think a […]

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Friday, May 7, 2021

Fourth Grade THINK

Photo Below: Fourth Graders enjoyed Word Work lessons outside this week in our outdoor classroom space. Students worked in pairs to mime vocabulary words! Science This week Fourth Grade scholars continued their new Science and Social Studies unit on Africa!  As a class, we reviewed world biomes but focused on a few of the major […]

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Happy Pass It On!

Friday, May 7, 2021

Happy Pass It On!

Persuasive WritingKindergarten writers have been busy writing up a storm in our persuasive unit! These writers have discovered the formula to sharing their opinions and convincing others. These young writers know that in order to convince someone, they need to give lots of reasons in their writing. Students collaborated on a shared writing to create […]

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Persisting Through!

Friday, May 7, 2021

Persisting Through!

Science This week, scientists have been investigating the different properties of water. We’ve been looking at all the different steps that happen in the water cycle. We started off with evaporation on Monday and on Thursday scientists investigated transpiration! Writing Our Third Grade writers have been working diligently to write their own fairy tale adaptations. […]

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Second Grade News

Friday, May 7, 2021

Second Grade News

May 7, 2021 Bird Study What a fun week! Second Graders had such a great time visiting The Audubon Swamp Garden! They were in awe of not only the birds they saw, but of all of the other fascinating wildlife as well. While walking through beautiful trails, students had the opportunity to identify various species […]

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Feel The Love in First Grade!

Friday, May 7, 2021

Feel The Love in First Grade!

Science This week in science our scholars started our new unit on air and weather. Scholars made predictions about what types of experiments we will be conducting. Scholars were curious about clouds and the water cycle. Stay tuned for all the fun information we learn about air and weather! Math Our mathematicians are really enjoying […]

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Adios April, It’s Gonna Be May!

Friday, April 30, 2021

Adios April, It’s Gonna Be May!

April has come and gone, and now “it’s gonna be May.” I can’t believe that May is our last full month of school before summer break. I think more than ever, everyone is really looking forward to this summer. The end is near, and it’s a true representation of the accomplishment of this school year.  […]

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Out with the Old, In with the New!

Friday, April 30, 2021

Out with the Old, In with the New!

Math Mathematicians said goodbye to fractions last week and hello to data this week! We began our week in math with a brand new module. Module 6 is all about collecting data, displaying data, and analyzing the data collected. Students kicked off this module by taking a class survey on our favorite colors. Once we […]

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Proud Poets

Friday, April 30, 2021

Proud Poets

Proud PoetsThis week, students were eager for the opportunity to shine reading their Pass It On poems for the camera. Kindergarteners arrived donning their fanciest formal wear to proudly show off all of their new poetry skills. Leading up to this special day, students spent time practicing in partnerships, groups, and in front of the […]

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2nd Grade News

Friday, April 30, 2021

2nd Grade News

Newsletter 4-30-21 Pass It On This week we LOVED seeing students dressed up all ready to record their poems. They were so excited, not only to show off their best attire, but also to record their writings that they worked so hard on.  Filming went great and all of the children confidently looked at the […]

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