I-Ready Super Bowl Part 2

Submitted by angela.youd on Thu, 01/26/2023 - 12:58

Part 2!

We started our I-Ready Super Bowl for Math last Friday! Some students worked hard right away and are being honored as our Team Weekend Warriors!

The first MVP for the Season is…Miranda Austin – Passing 11 Lessons in one weekend! She also earned an extra 2 points for her class by being chosen as the MVP!

Other Exceptional Team Members that worked hard and are helping their classes move ahead are… Jacob Valentine, Ellie Anderson, Hunter Broome, Claire Gunderson, David Salinas, Mara Smith, Madeline Anderson, Declan McCann, Nickelle Muhlestein

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Michelle Charles

I-Ready Super Bowl Updates

Submitted by angela.youd on Thu, 01/26/2023 - 10:25

We started our I-Ready Super Bowl for Math last Friday!  Some students worked hard right away and are being honored as our Team Weekend Warriors!

The first MVP for the Season is…Miranda Austin – Passing 11 Lessons in one weekend! She also earned an extra 2 points for her class by being chosen as the MVP!

Attributions
Michelle Charles

More Goals Met!

Submitted by angela.youd on Fri, 01/20/2023 - 10:18

Congrats to Cooper for reaching his reading goal!

 

 

More about the victory bell:

Students can set goals with their teachers in reading, math, or anything else! Once the goal is achieved they get to come down to the office and ring the victory bell! 

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ReNae Baxter

4th Grade Focus Words

Submitted by angela.youd on Tue, 01/17/2023 - 11:16

Mrs. Rogers had her students think of a focus word to help celebrate the new year. Students made a design out of their word and it is posted in the room so they can remember what they're working on. 

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McKennlee Rogers

Days Off

Submitted by angela.youd on Wed, 01/11/2023 - 14:18

Monday, January 16, 2023, marks the 37th anniversary of the federal holiday in honor of Rev. Martin Luther King’s birthday. Signed into law in 1983 and first observed in 1986, the holiday is a tribute to King for advancing civil rights and social justice through non-violent protest. His was only the second birthday designated as a federal holiday after the observance of George Washington’s birthday.