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View all images from our 4th grade Clapout! Congratulations 4th graders and have a great summer.
View all images from our students dressing up and remaining in character as they rehearsed their research projects on important people all around the world.
View all images from this event. Our students were encouraged to read over the summer and come to free workshops at the public library.
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The Kindergarten End of Year Concert was held Friday, June 1st and led by the highly talented and amazing Edison Music Teacher, Ms. Amber Bowman. The students belted out songs about friendship, family, and caring. Parents, grandparents and siblings were awed, entertained, and inspired by their dance moves, tunes, and contagious energy. This capstone concert of was the best of the year!
The three girls pictured are Delilah Hensley, Angeli Espina and Alexis Kiekens. They are in 4th grade.
The girls decided during their self-selected reading time to read the first book in the series of unfortunate events called The Bad Beginning. They chose this book after being enticed by the synopsis of the book. Once they picked up this challenging series, they have not put it down. To help them ensure that each group member was on the same page each day, they created a daily reading requirement. This made sure the three of them would be on the same chapter and that they would finish the book in a week.
Starting in the first week of March, they have read one chapter book a week even though some of these books can be more than 300 pages. Once they finished each book, they took a comprehension quiz and passed with flying colors. They have also created slideshow presentations to share with the class as part of their learning experience.
Our 1st graders cleaning up mulched, and planted flowers with their teachers and parent volunteers this Friday, May 18th! Great work to everyone and involved and thank you for helping out.
Judge McConnell read "Grace for President" to our 1st graders. View all the images from this event here.
Senator Hopgood read "So you want to be President?" to our 2nd & 3rd graders. The kids enjoyed the humor and way the senator talked to them, provided by many historical examples of our past presidents. View all of the images from this event here.