Homecoming Week Themes!

September 26, 2019

Homecoming Week! September 30th-October 4th, 2018 Spirit Week Wear: Monday: Jersey Day Pull out those jerseys and get into the spirit with a professional or college team! Tuesday: PJ Day The cool weather is coming, […]

Forensic Science

March 8, 2019

5th Grade Science became forensic scientists. They created an invisible ink and wrote their own secret messages including their name, sayings, and their finger prints. They revealed their detective work by rubbing a purple dye onto the […]

Chinese New Year!

February 5, 2019

  4th grade had a wonderful time on Tuesday celebrating Chinese New Year. They learned about the different zodiac animals, the characteristics that each of the animals are said to have, wrote words in Chinese […]

Plant or Animal Cell?

January 18, 2019

    5th grade had a fun time looking at different plant and animal cells under the microscopes. They had to determine with their group what they thought each cell was, based on its color, […]

Christmas Around the World!

December 14, 2018

4th grade had a wonderful time at the Museum of Science and Industry. Each researched a specific country and how Christmas is celebrated in that country. They were all excited to find their tree at […]

All Set for St. Patrick’s Day!

March 19, 2018

4th grade has been creating their very own Leprechaun Traps! Within this STEM project, they must incorporate at least one simple machine. Many groups are designing ladders, slides, trap doors, and pulleys, just to name […]

Welcome 2018!

January 19, 2018

4th Grade was excited to get back to school! They celebrated the New Year writing about their breaks and who they are most thankful for in 2018.

Fun with Fractions!

December 11, 2017

5th grade is learning to make equivalent fractions and to simplify fractions through the use of manipulatives!

4th & 5th Grade Science

October 12, 2017

4th grade and 5th grade science classes have been very busy! 4th graders are designing and constructing their very own “draft detectors” to spot areas of our school that are losing heat energy. 5th graders have […]

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