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Mrs. Benson's First Grade class started their gingerbread project last week! They were joined by school board member Kim Wellensiek! Students mixed the dough, rolled it, and cut the cookies out! Then, Mrs. Benson baked the cookies and the kids got to decorate & eat them! The class also made gingerbread characters and stories to show the sequence with 'first, next, then, last.' What a fun December activity! Click . . .
Don't forget! There will be a silent auction and baked potato feed at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 9th before the middle school winter music concert at 7:00 p.m. The high school band has rounded up many items to auction off including quilts, gift certificates, various baskets, a bluetooth stereo, and two tickets to ERIC CHURCH! All proceeds from the silent auctions will go toward the high school band trip in May and the baked potato . . .
During a regular school day, first graders have a very busy schedule. Our morning is dedicated to reading. We use the Reading Street series. There are many books to read, workbooks that help us practice reading skills, and we use our Mimio board to watch informational videos about the concepts we are learning. Reading Street also has many digital teacher resources that we can display on the board to help focus on a . . .
On Friday, November 18th, the second graders entertained their parents, grandparents, and friends with Thanksgiving poems, songs, plays and jokes. Their outstanding performances earned them their November Pizza Hut Book-It and "Art-For-A-Day". On Monday, they performed for the residents at Belle Terrace and delighted the audience. Happy Thanksgiving!
Can Mrs. Benson find the turkey? Is he safe? Read along to find out with the 1st Grade Class!
Hello Everyone! The K-3 students have physical education every day. Studies show that it is good for the students to get exercise every day as it helps students improve their academics. I give the kids homework every weekend to get outside and play. They tell me I give the best homework! The students go through daily exercises and I choose a different student every day to lead them through those exercises that include push-ups, sit . . .
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