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Quarterly student recognition assemblies celebrate students' dedicated efforts. Teachers, paraeducators and specialists recognize students through the school's adopted P.R.I.D.E. (Preparedness, Respectful, Improved, Dependable, & Enthusiastic) awards.
Sixth graders had the opportunity to dig with Japanese archeologists last fall. The archeologists were on base excavating a site once used by individuals living during the stone age. Students were able to hold shards of pottery and stone tools made over 1
With the help of Cummings' dedicated science volunteer, students explore the wonders of nature. Students were amazed to see a friendly crab spider.
The News Broadcast Crew is in full swing again this year and better than ever! Sixth graders write and produce a live show three times a week throughout the school on a closed circuit network. The school ET, coordinates the show and works daily with stude
Beloved teacher, Margi Marsett...had many passions...one being teaching students science. Each Monday she would bring in her beach combing finds ...shells, feathers, skeletons. Her students were mesmerized by her tales of discovery along the beaches near
A student looks on as his teacher helps balance the scale during an Earth Science Lab.
A Kindergarten student practices counting candy corn.
Sure Start students had a great time digging up sweet potatoes at Kato Farm. Each student took home 3 sweet potatoes to share with his/her family. Everyone went home messy but happy!
Sure Start students are learning fine motor skills through Handwriting Without Tears. Teachers and parents promote proper posture and grasping patterns. Weekly practice, songs and use of manipulative's keep students interested and excited!
Third grade inventors at design a machine that picks up peanuts.
First graders take part in a Color Splash experiment to demonstrate that oil and water do not mix.
Before winter break 09, 7th grade Language Arts students were given a hands on project that supported a descriptive essay assignment entitled "My Candy House". After writing the descriptive essay, students were challenged to build a house made of their fa
Engineering students recently experienced a hands-on assignment in collaboration of the US Army Corps of Engineers. The project included student "contractor companies" submitting a bid proposal for renovating 5 rooms of the lodging facility located near t
Parents and students came together for a celebration of writingat a school-wide Author's Night. Students shared their favorite writing pieces. It was standing room only, as students read aloud their published works.
Fifth graders revise their writing pieces using the computer.
Teachers hold a conference to communicate with parents about their student's progress.
A Kindergartner uses the computer to practice his Phonics skills.
Second graders explore and make observations about nature on a field trip to the Oirase Gorge.
A second grade student is excited for some quiet reading time in her classroom.
Fourth graders work as a group to build an 8 inch tower that will support a dixie cup during the school-wide Critical Thinking Day.