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May 2016

2nd Grade April Students of the Month

Submitted by angie.keisel on Mon, 05/09/2016 - 14:12
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2nd Grade April Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students in second grade for their outstanding citizenship in their classrooms!  In no particular order:  Korbin Boyes, Angelie Castro, Uriel Castillo, Ian Cloutier, Rian Taylor, Giovanni Gutierrez, Jocelyn Richards, Tyson Golding, Sienna DeNovellis and Brindley Jarvis.

Also pictured are students who earned either their BRONZE, SILVER or GOLD sticker for passing off their math facts.  Way to soar Eagles!

 

Jump-a-Thon

Submitted by angie.keisel on Thu, 05/05/2016 - 13:47
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Jump-a-Thon

Friday, April 29th was the big event!  Students were ready.  Teachers were ready.  The weather…well…it cooperated with us, eventually.  Grade levels gathered together to jump away at different jump rope activities.  Then we all joined in the gym for the final jump-off.  Congratulations to the top three students from each grade level:

First Grade

1st Allison Bernardino

2nd Peyton Hawkins

3rd Grace Justensen

Second Grade

1st Sara Thompson

2nd Angelie Castro

3rd Sage Ross

Third Grade

1st Halle Hawkins

Mission to Mars

Submitted by angie.keisel on Mon, 05/02/2016 - 14:44
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Article written by: Hayden Larsen; Photos by Mr. Mendenhall
Mission to Mars

On Friday, March 22, 2016 Mr. Mendenhall’s sixth grade class had a “Mission to Mars” event.  It was an even that was supposed to simulate actually landing on Mars.  The way the class simulated the Mars landing or “7 minutes of terror” was by having students create rockets out of 2 liter soda bottles that could carry an egg inside of them, be launched 200 feet in the air, plummet down, and have the egg survive.  It was a pretty good turnout for participants that day.  Quite a few kids made rockets, a lot of which actually survived. 

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