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Book Fair: Books are a Treat!

Sep 22, 2022

Please join us for the Book Fair! DATES: September 26th - October 2nd, 2022 LOCATIONS/TIMES:     • Elementary Library in Tecumseh - Mon, Tue, and Fri - after school until 4:00 p.m.    • Middle School Library in Cook - Wed & Thur - after school until 4:00 p.m. Both fairs will be open during P/T Conferences on Monday, October 3rd from 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Shop online too! https://www.scholastic.com/bf/johnsoncomiddleschool . . .

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2022 JCC Elementary Track & Field Day

May 12, 2022

Johnson County Central's Track & Field Day for grades Kindergarten through 6th Grade will be on Friday, May 13th, 2022, at the high school track in Tecumseh.  If you would like a PDF version of the schedule of events, please click here . End of meet/day information: At the conclusion of the meet, students that would normally be dismissed from the Cook Site will be transported back to Cook, unless they are released to a parent or guardian following the meet. Please allow K-3 students to return . . .

Thanks to PTO & Wish Tree Project Sponsors

Apr 5, 2022

Mrs. Faris’s First Graders recently completed a unit in their new Wonders Reading materials about building bridges, homes, buildings, tiny homes, yurts, and ships. To complete this unit, students had to design and draw a bridge that would connect their home to our school with a river running between them. They illustrated this on paper and then they wrote about their bridges. They had to explain the type - arch, suspension, cable-stayed, drawbridge, or a one of a kind they designed on their own. They had to explain their . . .

2021 K-6 Track & Field Day

Apr 27, 2021

Please join us for the K-6 Track & Field Day on Friday, April 30th starting at 1:00 PM! 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️ K-6 Track & Field Day 📅 Friday, April 30th ⏰ 1:00 PM 📍 HS Track (Tecumseh Site)   Please click here for a printable PDF of Schedule of Events Schedule of Events: 1:00 PM 4th-6th Grade Running Events (in front of stadium) Kindergarten SB/BB Throw (Shot Area South Side of Lincoln St.) 1st Grade T-Ball Hit (Discus Cage North Side of Lincoln St.) 2nd Grade BB Hoop Shoot . . .

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K-3 Music Practice Resources

Mar 24, 2020

Music Practice Resources for JCC Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, & 3rd grade students. Use these links to practice singing your K-3 Spring Program songs “The Great Outdoors”. The songs are all set up in Movie format and you can start playing it automatically. The Great Outdoors I Want To Go Outside Goin' To A National Park Look Up It's The Great Outdoors To Me  

Title 1 Bingo Night

Feb 21, 2020

Title 1 Bingo Night was held on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at the high school lunchroom. Several families enjoyed an evening filled with numbers, pop, popcorn, and best of all, books as prizes.  Each student could win up to 3 books of their choice. Thank you to all teachers, parents and students who participated and made this time together enjoyable and fun! 

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Title 1 Book Bingo

Feb 13, 2020

Parents/Students K-5,  Title 1 Book Bingo will be at the JCC High School Cafeteria in Tecumseh on Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Students can play bingo and get a chance to win a book! There will be free drink and popcorn. And chances to win free books!

Mrs. Michelle Borrenpohl’s Kindergarten News

Jan 31, 2020

The 16 students in Mrs. Borrenpohl’s Kindergarten Class have been very busy in the beginning of the 2020 school year. We celebrated the 100th day of school on January 29th. The students decorated a cape that they wore with 100 items of anything they chose. The children also counted and wrote their numbers to 100. We went on a scavenger hunt in our classroom to find 100 chocolate kisses with the numbers on them. We collected them all!  Front Row (Left to Right): Triton Gorman, Bryson Williams, Zephan Creek, Liam . . .

Preschool Open House

Apr 26, 2018

Visit the Johnson County Central Preschool Program at our Open House at Tecumseh & Cook on May 7, 2018, at 4:30-6:30 p.m.  Please click here for a printable flyer  (PDF) Open to all families who are currently enrolled or interested in enrolling their child in the Johnson County Central Preschool Program. This open house will give you an opportunity to see the preschool classroom, meet the teacher, and ask any questions you may have.  An Orientation night will also be held in August. If you have . . .

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First Grade - Mrs. Faris

Apr 23, 2018

Happy May Day! The first graders are preparing May Baskets that they will secretly deliver to their first grade friends in Mrs. Benson’s room. They will be filled with popcorn and candy treats. We love to celebrate special days in first grade. Our academics keep us extremely busy during the school year. Mrs. Benson and Mrs. Faris developed some First Grade academic goals that keep us focused on our learning. These are: I can read fluently, and understand what I read. I can solve math problems in my everyday . . .

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From Mrs. Crotty's Class

Apr 18, 2018

We are well into testing season, and the year is very quickly coming to an end. We have taken all of our state tests, but coming right up will be our MAP tests. Plus another field trip is just around the corner. Our state testing schedule was very relaxed this year. We had 3 tests to take, ELA, SCI, and MATH.  We took one test each week for three weeks. Our focus was very strong and we know that these tests are very important. We are preparing to move into 6th grade, and these tests play an important part in our placement . . .

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Mrs. Benson's First Grade News 2018

Apr 3, 2018

It is hard to believe that our school year is already to the month of April. We sure had a lot of lion weather days in March. First graders know that April showers bring May flowers, but they would prefer it showered or rained at night!! The kids really enjoy taking a break and going outside to play on the playground or walk on the track.  We haven’t let the weather stop us from learning. Although, we have had some help from a special person this year. Mrs. Tashia Krecklow is student teaching in our classroom. With . . .

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Anxiously Awaiting Spring in Preschool!

Feb 27, 2018

Since seeing that the groundhog saw his shadow on Feb. 2nd, we have been anxiously awaiting Spring’s arrival.  We received a tower garden in our classroom at Cook and planted peppers, peas, lettuce, bok choy, swiss chard and basil.  Once we harvest our produce we plan to have a salad feast. Each day during calendar time we have been counting how many days of school we have had so far this year.  We will arrive at our 100th day of school mid March and plan to celebrate the number 100 in several different ways. . . .

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Preschool Registration Is Open!

Feb 12, 2018

The Johnson County Central Preschool Program is now accepting registration forms for the 2018-19 school year. Our program serves children three years of age to kindergarten entrance age. A child must be three years of age on or before July 31, 2018 to be enrolled in preschool. All preschool children, regardless of their abilities, disabilities, or the social, linguistic, or economic diversity of the children’s families are eligible to be served in our preschool program. If you did not receive a registration letter in the mail, . . .

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Fifth Grade January Opportunities

Jan 15, 2018

By Julie Tubbesing The fifth graders are currently taking part in “Trout in the Classroom” sponsored by The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Trout eggs in the eyed stage arrived on January 16. The eggs should hatch in a few weeks. After they hatch, they will be alevins. The alevins will live off their yolk sacs until they become fry.   The fifth grade students will observe and learn about the trout lifecycle until April 17. Then the fifth graders will take a field trip to Aksarben Aquarium by Greta . . .

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One School/One Book starts Monday, Jan 15th

Jan 15, 2018

The One and Only Ivan El unico e incomparable Ivan One School/One Book starts Monday, January 15, 2018. Books are being sent home for families to begin reading together. Look for your copy today! Bags contain: Book, parent letter and reading schedule. Bookmarks are in the process of being made and will be sent out soon. Please take time to read this endearing book with your student. Reading Schedule / Horario de lectura para el libro -- click here for a . . .

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Christmas Around the World

Dec 18, 2017

"Buon Natale, Feliz Navidad, and Froliche Weihnachten" from the Third Grade class. At the beginning of December we packed our suitcase applied for a passport, and grabbed our map as we headed around the world to learn about Christmas traditions in other countries. We discovered that many of our Christmas traditions originated in Germany, Italy, and Mexico. The Christmas tree, poinsettia, and the manger scene have all filtered into our own personal traditions. Our favorite gift-giver was a kind old witch from Italy, . . .

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News from First Grade - Mrs. Faris

Dec 4, 2017

The first graders enjoy watching the changes from summer to fall, and now from fall to winter.   We are very curious in learning about the world around us.  We used watercolor paints to create our own fall leaves, and they turned out beautiful.  They were up in the hallway among our Thanksgiving turkeys. Our turkey project is a favorite from year to year.  It’s called, “I’m NOT A Turkey!”  The students construct a turkey out of construction paper, and then take it home with a . . .

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Learning Goals from Mrs. Benson’s First Grade Class of 2017-2018

Nov 16, 2017

First Grade can be a big step to take in becoming an independent learner and knowing more about our world through reading, math, written language, and social sciences. Our class has goals for each area or subject that we learn about each day. Our learning goal in the area of reading is to read fluently and understand what is read.  We are working on understanding the elements of a story.    We discuss what the characters are, where the setting takes place, and the sequence or plot of the story in what happens at . . .

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Mrs. Crotty's 5th Grade News

Nov 14, 2017

We are well on our way in second quarter and it will be over before we know it.  5th grade continues to work hard and give all of our work our very best effort. Some work can be challenging and frustrating, but we keep plugging away. We are all realizing that math and grammar are building into more complicated and sometimes difficult skills. Knowing the basic facts by heart and being able to locate the subject and the verb in a sentence should be automatic. In social studies, we are preparing for our very first test of the . . .

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Fall Preschool Update

Oct 10, 2017

Preschool has had a very busy start to their school year!  They have been learning new schedules and routines, getting to know who community workers are and how they can help their families.  We have been making new friends, creating art, as well as learning the colors of the rainbow and how an apple grows.  Believe it or not, but the green apple was Pre-K’s favorite when we held our taste test.  Now that fall has arrived we will begin to learn what animals do to prepare for winter as well as the life . . .

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Discover the Treasure in Learning!

Sep 5, 2017

The 2030 Kindergarten class have been very excited about starting school! All 18 boys and girls in Mrs. Grotrian’s class are busy learning about school and rules and getting used to a full day of learning and fun! On the first day the students went on a “Pete the Cat” Hunt and explored all the new places in our school building. We found the Music Room, the Nurse’s office, the Lunchroom, Library, the gym, and the Computer Lab! It was fun tour!   “Treasures” was our theme for the first . . .

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Welcome to Fifth Grade

Aug 28, 2017

The fifth graders have had an awesome start to the 2017-2018 school year. Each fifth grade classroom has seventeen students. There is one new student in fifth grade this year and she is in Mrs. Tubbesing's room, Zoe Lamb. Zoe is a talented and wonderful young lady and she is a fantastic addition to fifth grade. If you have a chance to visit with Zoe, please ask her about some of the seventeen countries she has visited. Welcome, Zoe! This year in science, we will spend the first semester learning about dinosaurs along with . . .

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First Grade

May 2, 2017

Happy May Day!  The first graders had fun making a May Basket that they secretly delivered to their first grade friends in Mrs. Benson’s room.  They filled them with popcorn and a few candy treats.  We love special days in first grade. The school year is winding down, but we have a few activities coming up that are very exciting.  On May 12th we have our annual track and field day.  It begins at 1:00 p.m.  Parents, grandparents, and other important family members are welcome to attend.  Each . . .

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5th Grade News

Apr 18, 2017

I hope everyone had an enjoyable Easter break.  The weather was amazing!  It is so refreshing to see all the beautiful flowers blooming and the cute calves playing in the pastures.  We had a great time in March when we went over to Peru State College for the Water Celebration.  It was provided by the UN extension service.  It was an awesome day learning about our environment, water, trees, and density of an object.  This time of year also brings testing season.  We have taken 2 of our NeSA . . .

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Mrs. Benson's First Grade News

Apr 3, 2017

Wow, it is spring time in our first grade classroom.  We have been talking about all the things that animals and people do for the different seasons as they change.  We also know what helps make the seasons happen, as the earth revolves around the sun.  What we would like to know more about is why the weather is so hard to figure out.  We often wonder why it is raining during our recess time?  We really would prefer that it rain at night and be sunny during the day.  We have been doing a lot of Go Noodle . . .

Mrs. Borrenpohl's Kindergarten News

Feb 13, 2017

The 13 students in Mrs. Borrenpohl’s Kindergarten Class have been very busy in the beginning of the 2017 school year. We celebrated the 100th day of school on January 31st. The students decorated a cape that they wore with 100 items of anything they chose. The children also counted and wrote their numbers to 100. We went on a scavenger hunt in our classroom to find 100 chocolate kisses with the numbers on them. We collected them all! We are now getting ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day.    Click on . . .

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Renaissance Home Connect

Feb 13, 2017

As most of you parents know, Johnson County Central Public Schools has been using Accelerated Reading for many years to allow our students to individually practice their reading skills with books of their choice. When switching over to the Renaissance Learning Place online we included the Accelerated Math, Math Facts in a Flash and Accelerated Math 2.0. We utilize STAR Reading and STAR Math for placement purposes as well. These are available in Spanish format as well. These products are used by 1st-8th grade and SPED students only. . . .

Trout in the Classroom

Jan 18, 2017

The fifth graders are currently taking part in “Trout in the Classroom” sponsored  by The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Trout eggs in the eyed stage arrived on January 11.  The eggs should hatch in about a month.  After they hatch, they will be alevins.  The alevins will live off their yolk sacs until they become fry.   Click on the photo in the upper right corner to view a gallery of 26 photos!  The fifth grade students will observe and learn about the trout lifecycle . . .

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Notes from the Reading Room

Jan 6, 2017

Notes from the Reading Room – Mrs. Doeden I hope you had a joyous holiday season.  It seems impossible to believe that it is already the new year.  The first semester of school went by so quickly, and I am sure the second semester will also.  I am not looking forward to the cold days of January.  However, those cold, snowy days are perfect for taking time cuddle up and read with our children at home.  There are many great selections from a number of authors that are my favorites to share . . .

Gingerbread Cookie Project

Dec 5, 2016

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 on the photo to view the full gallery of photos!

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First Grade News, December 2016

Nov 27, 2016

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 specific skill.  We also use the Accelerated Reading program.  Students read books at . . .

Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Hemmingsen and her Second Grade Class

Nov 23, 2016

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!

Run, Turkey, Run!

Nov 22, 2016

Can Mrs. Benson find the turkey? Is he safe? Read along to find out with the 1st Grade Class!

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First Grade November News

Nov 20, 2016

What a wonderful fall.  We have really enjoyed being outside in the warm weather and walking through all the colorful leaves. For fall in reading class, the first grade class has been working on understanding cause and effect.  We have been reading about animals and learning that everything has needs to survive in their environment.  All animals need air, water, food, and shelter.  We have been working hard on reading fluently and understanding what we have just read.  Sometimes our stories are hard to . . .

Mrs. Crotty's 5th Grade

Nov 15, 2016

Turkey is just around the corner.  I can already smell the delicious aromas of Thanksgiving dinner.  The goal each year is to not eat too much, but for some reason I am never able to abide by that.  It is hard to believe that we are already into the 2nd quarter of the year.  Parent/teacher conferences were a success and I was delighted to see and visit with all the parents that were able to stop by.     Our 1st quarter ended with a celebration. We have been working very hard in school and it is . . .

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The Power of Play

Nov 7, 2016

Each day our energetic preschoolers enter the classroom door ready to learn! Accordingly, these students are given many opportunities to see, hear, touch, and connect with their surroundings. It is through these sensory experiences that preschoolers master the basics of learning readiness.  No child will reach his or her full potential if creativity is not allowed in the early years. Curiosity, imagination, and creativity are like muscles—if you don’t use them, you lose them! The majority of our . . .

Title 1 Family Fun Night

Oct 12, 2016

Johnson County Central friends & families enjoyed great weather for the annual Title 1 Family Fun Night, Tailgate Party and Pumpkin Decorating on Friday, October 7th. The kids received free admission to the Thunderbirds' Football game as well as a pumpkin to decorate and a free hot dog, chips & pop. The Title 1 program hosted an informational meeting in the high school cafeteria before the fun began!  Thanks to all of those who attended! And a special thank you for Judi Borrenpohl, Cheryl Grove & Julie Isaacs . . .

Mrs. Dieckgrafe's Third Grade

Oct 7, 2016

Students in the third grade may find my webpage helpful in practicing many skills. On the JCC website under Tecumseh Staff, find my name and go to the class webpage . It is here that they will find resources and links for math, language, and science activities. I encourage all third graders to check out these fun and educational activities. I look forward to meeting with parents at conferences in October. It is always a pleasure to have parents visit the classroom and offer a new perspective on their child’s learning. . . .

Welcome to Fifth Grade

Aug 30, 2016

The fifth graders have had an awesome start to the 2016-17 school year.  Each fifth grade classroom has eighteen students.  Both fifth grade sections have one new student. Mrs. Crotty's room has Jade Justus and Mrs. Tubbesing's room has Yadriel Cartagena.  Jade and Yadriel are wonderful young people and they are fantastic additions to fifth grade.  Welcome, Jade and Yadriel! This year in science, we will spend the first semster learning about dinosaurs along with all the Nebraska state standards.  . . .

Third Grade Video

May 26, 2016

Mrs. Dieckgrafe has shared a video of her Third Grade Class from the 2015-16 school year. Watch it below or send a link to share .

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Golden Sower Books

Apr 18, 2016

Every year we read the Nebraska Golden Sower nominee books in the elementary library. There are ten books nominated annually for this award. Each week one of the nominees is read and discussed on its merits for the award. Students are taught how to judge the quality of a good book.  At the end of the ten weeks students vote for the best book. We will be notified as to the winning book some time in May. The following books were read and judged: *The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt (received the most votes here at JCC) . . .

Second Grade Bumble Bees!

Apr 6, 2016

We helped pollinate our cucumber plants. We did the job of bumble bees!  We took the nectar from the male and sprinkled it on the female blossoms.  We're hoping this makes cucumbers we can enjoy!

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Mrs. Benson's First Grade News

Apr 4, 2016

It is already 4th quarter and our class is picking up the pace with reading, math facts, and writing our stories. In reading, we have been working on what kinds of stories are narrative or expository stories. We have been working and figuring out the main idea or theme of each of our stories. We also have been learning that details are so important in a story. The details help us to understand the sequence and visualize the story in our minds better. It is fun to make a connection with the stories we read with things that happen in . . .

5th Grade Water Celebration Photos

Mar 23, 2016

On March 9, 2016, the fifth grade students went to the Water Celebration at Peru State College.  The fifth graders took part in nine sessions where they learned the importance of water and our environment. Click on photo to view slideshow of images from the celebration! 

Ways to Help Your Preschooler at Home!

Mar 21, 2016

Click on the photo to see more photos! Dear Mom and Dad, I am learning so many great things at preschool.  This letter tells you about some of the things that I am learning and how you can support my learning at home. I am learning about shapes and locations.  I need you to help me count and place objects.  When we set the table together, you can tell me to put the first cup next to the plate and place the fork on top of the napkin. I am learning about patterns and measurement.  . . .

Harvest Day / Think Spring!

Feb 12, 2016

Fom the Second Graders and Mrs. H. UPDATE: March 17, 2016 The second grade got to harvest their "crops" a second time today!  We donated 2 bowls of lettuce and arugula to the kitchen for the salad bar.  We would have had more but everyone enjoyed a green snack, a St. Patrick's Day treat first. UPDATE: March 2, 2016 The second grade harvested their greens this morning. Wednesday was "Harvest Day" in second grade. We cut 4 bowls of greens-one each . . .

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Read with Me - A Special Partnership

Feb 8, 2016

Gail Hutt, Reading K-3 Every Thursday afternoon second and third grade students at Johnson County Central partner with residents of Belle Terrace and Ridge View Towers to read stories. This gives the students great reading practice. The children also develop friendships with the residents. The children and their elders learn so much from each other and they look forward to reading time every week. We want to thank the residents for supporting the children in their reading endeavors. We also thank those that help coordinate this . . .

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Title 1: K-3rd

Feb 8, 2016

Mrs. Judi Borrenpohl We are making great strides in our reading and math classes in Title1!  The students come into my classroom ready to go learn! In the morning, I am happy to help the classroom teachers by teaching one reading group for each grade level (K-3).  The smaller group size helps to insure that each student is able to get individual attention.  I also have students that come to my classroom for an additional class, in which, I am able to provide additional help in phonics, word attack skills, reading . . .

Earth Science

Jan 20, 2016

By Mrs. Tubbesing The fifth graders studied Earth science during the second quarter. They are currently reviewing and testing on all the Earth science skills they learned. The last week in January the fifth grade students will begin working on physical science and preparing for the NESA science test in April. The pictures show the fifth graders working on stream tables. This activity helped them make landforms and view first hand the effects of weathering and erosion. The students also observed deposition, delta, . . .

World Book Encyclopedia – A Great Resource for Students

Jan 8, 2016

World Book Encyclopedia – A Great Resource for Students The latest 2016 edition of the World Book encyclopedia is now in the elementary library. It is available for all teachers and students to use here at school. It is 33% updated from the last 2010 print edition. We will be using it in library classes to familiarize students with print informational resources. Johnson County Central Public Schools has also renewed the World Book encyclopedia online. This has also been updated to include for information, e-books and . . .

Second Grade News – Mrs. Doeden

Jan 4, 2016

Wow!  It is hard to believe that we are half way through our year together.  Time sure has flown by!  We have a great group of second grade students, and I am sure we will have a great second half of the year, too.  The second grade students are having an outstanding time reading for Accelerated Reader.  During the first semester, our class has read over 800 books upon which we have taken tests.  We have earned nearly 50 certificates to honor the children who have been reading so many books.  We . . .

Jolly Holiday Reading

Dec 11, 2015

  Here in the elementary library we are checking out many wonderful Christmas stories to read for Accelerated Reading and just for fun. If you parents are searching for a last minute gift for your children or whole family, might I suggest a Christmas storybook? Spend some special holiday time reading cherished Christmas classics like The Night Before Christmas and A Strega Nona Christmas or read a new holiday story like Little Blue Truck’s Christmas . Here is a list of recommended Christmas books that will . . .

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News from First Grade

Nov 30, 2015

     The first graders enjoy watching the changes from summer to fall, and now from fall to winter. We are very curious in learning about the world around us. We used watercolor paints to create our own fall leaves, and they turned out beautiful. They were up in the hallway among our Thanksgiving turkeys.     Our turkey project is a favorite from year to year. It’s called, “I’m NOT A Turkey!” The students construct a turkey out of construction paper, and . . .

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Mrs. Benson's First Grade

Nov 23, 2015

Fall is a busy time in first grade.  We really enjoy watching and talking about all of the changes that happen in our world.  The changing of the leaves are fun to collect and see.  It is always fun to walk around school on a windy day.  The leaves are everywhere!!!!  It is very interesting to see the V formation that the geese form when starting the migration to a warmer climate.  It is wonderful to enjoy the harvest of apples and pumpkins.  Math can take on a different look when you taste different . . .

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The Role of a Speech-Language Pathologist in Schools

Nov 10, 2015

The Role of a Speech-Language Pathologist in Schools By Kim Ellicott When most people think of the role of a speech-language pathologist (SLP), they think of helping kids who have a lisp or have incorrect productions of ‘r’.  That is one small role of a SLP in the schools.  A SLP can work with students who have articulation, language, voice, fluency, or swallowing disorders. I will briefly explain each of these areas. Articulation: The accuracy in which a student produces consonants or vowels in . . .

Preschool: Moving On!

Oct 12, 2015

Preschool is moving along steadily as we dive into math, reading, writing, social skills, and creative play. We are having fun learning patterns and numbers through ten in our math curriculum.  In reading and writing we are currently working on rhyming words, many print concepts, and writing our names. As for social skills, we are working on indentifying emotions through our expressions and body language. We continue to work on all of these skills through our creative free play time on a daily basis.  We have also had fun . . .