We have a monthly spirit day scheduled where students and staff can join in the fun and dress according to the monthly theme. See our schedule above.
First grade students from the ECC enjoyed a field trip to Strite’s Apple Orchard! The students were excited to learn about the life cycle of an apple, how apple cider is made, picking their own apple, and tasting delicious apple cider!
For International Dot Day, students in Mrs. Dreher's class learned that they can make a mark on the world. Believe in yourself and you can achieve your dream. With a single Dot - magic can happen. Each of us are unique. They decorated dots and watched them come to life with the Quiver App. Then they made a unique picture with just one Dot on the page.
Many of our Fourth and Fifth Grade classrooms have the opportunity to participate in BYOT (bring your own technology). To prepare for using the technology in the classroom, our technology department holds informational assemblies. The students learn about digital citizenship, digital footprints, and expectations for the use of technology within the classroom for learning. Attached you will find some resources for your use at home. We are looking forward to enhancing our learning experience through technology.
Elementary students have not wasted any time and are jumping into new learning this school year.
Third grade students are already working hard during guided math centers. Check out the elapsed time activity that these students are working through using our great technology tools.
These third grade students are learning about sound and vibrations while working collaboratively in small science groups.
4th grade students in Mrs. Gehman's class reviewed author's purpose by reading about the history of whoopie pies. Students then were challenged to write a paragraph to reflect each of the 4 main reasons why author's write on a topic. The students are also reviewing social skills through Second Step lessons and role playing. Second Step is a program that integrates social-emotional learning into the classroom.