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    The Month of the Military Child

    E.A. White Celebrates the Month of the Military Child

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    The military child is an unique and diverse group of children, and it is reflected through this bulletin board.

    This is a collaborative effort on behalf of K - 5. It shows the names of kindergarteners' sponsors, the places

    first and second graders were born, feelings of third graders when learning of a new move, the number of

    moves made by fourth graders, and the dreams of fifth graders are in the clouds.

     

    Kindergarteners Create Their Own Cozy Quilts Rm. 1 and Rm. 2

    My Cozy Quilt About Me, A Military Child

     

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    K quilt

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    2nd Graders create quilt squares of things that are important to their lives as a military child.

     
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    3rd Grade Students Create a Class Quilt - Room 10

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    3rd Graders Write About Being a Military Child - Room 11

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    April 30th - Our Special Military Children Wearing Purple

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    • Follow Directions.
    • Keep hands, feet, and things to yourself.
    • No talking while teacher is talking
    • No name calling or teasing
    • No food, drink, or gum

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    Mission

    To develop student excellence in diverse military community through a nurturing environment.

    Vision

    We aspire to provide an environment for student excellence in academics, behavior, and leadership that result in lifelong learners who contribute to a global society.

    Purpose

    At Edward A. White School, we work together to create a strong mind, healthy body, and giving spirit so that we can be the best we can be.

    Goal 1

    All students will improve in reading comprehension across the curriculum.

    Goal 2

    All students will improve problem solving and reasoning in mathematics through high level critical thinking.