There will be puddles, mud, and worms. Who are we to judge? Dress for the weather and enjoy it!
The first and second graders work with Mrs. Fiskum to plant Johnny Jump Up seeds for a spring flower display.
The second graders in costume, preparing for their upcoming play, St. Jerome and the Lion.
The third graders have been reading Farmer Boy, by Laura Ingalls Wilder, which inspired them to made a yoke to carry water—just like the “olden days.” They surprised themselves by carrying the 40 pound weight!
Third graders hard at work, planting potatoes with Mrs. Faden
Fourth grade animal reports in progress!
Cross-stitched needle cases are being carefully handcrafted by the fourth graders during handwork with Mrs. Griffith.
Physics, Spanish, and Math are just a few things going on in Mrs. Byrne’s classroom.
As part of our African geography block, each student in the seventh and eighth grade class was assigned a country in Africa to research and present a main lesson on. This included a review of the presentation given the day before, a presentation of the physical and cultural aspects of their country’s geography, and a written summary of their presentation coupled with a related image.
7th & 8th Grades: Spanish
The seventh and eighth grade students prepared Ceviche, the national dish of Peru, as a part of their studies of food in Spanish class. After reading the recipe in Spanish, the students prepared the dish. Through this activity they were able to put their knowledge of the language into a practical experience.