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Second grade students at Arnn Elementary School assist a base firefighter with a gushing fire hose during Fire Prevention Week. The students were amazed by the weight of the hose and the power of the water.
The principal makes congratulatory statements to the winner and final contestants of the Annual National Geographic Bee. The Arnn Video Knights, seen in the background, were instrumental in televising the contest for the student body.
Upper elementary students' hard work and dedication is obvious as they perform with their recorders for the student body.
First grade students enjoyed celebrating books with a "Storybook Character Fall Festival."
Second Graders use their creativity to make and send "Flat Students" around the world.
A good book is enjoyed by a Second Grader.
First snow of School Year 2010. Second Graders take time to enjoy and learn about weather first hand.
McGruff the Crime Dog explains crosswalk safety to Second Graders.
Second grade children play an interactive math game.
Classmates cheer on each other as they participate in online learning.
Third graders work hard to strengthen their core muscles as a part of the physical education program.
These Sure Start students proudly display their block creation after comparing and discussing different pieces of artwork. This particular piece by Johannes Vermeer, entitled "The Little Street" provided the inspiration for their creation.
These students are excited to read the books they just checked out from the Information Center.
This fouth grader is excited to begin studying about different animals in science.
Fourth grade students learn about the diet of owls as the class examines owl pellets. Students identified and sorted various types of animal bones as they dissected the pellets.
These fifth graders are excited to start learning on the first day of school.
Sixth grade students make paper mache mummy masks as they learn about Egypt in social studies.
Fifth and sixth graders learned about the Great American Artists. This project is based on Andy Warhol.
Sixth grade students proudly display the mummy masks they created when they studied Egypt in social studies.
This fifth grader gets help finding the right information to use for his report about Native Americans.
Sixth graders examine eggs as they study science.
Students enjoy the first snowy recess of the winter season.
Fifth graders took a field trip to the Sannai-Maruyama site to learn about the ancient Japanese cultures that once lived near Misawa, Japan.
This fifth grader explores his atlas in social studies class.
These third graders show off their ginger bread settings created from chapter books they read for this project.
LT Tracy Reynolds discusses trial strategy with the student who plays Gold E. Locks at a mock trial put on by students and Navy Legal on board Combined Fleet Activities Yokosuka.
Students enjoyed a visit From Kinnick High School's Varsity Football team and learned about teamwork and citizenship.
Students learn about static electricity at the Toshiba Science Museum in Kawasaki, Japan
A student receives a Golden Book citizenship award from Ms. Andrea Mial, Assistant Principal.
Students were invited to participate in their school's Data Carousel as part of the Continuous School Improvement (CSI) process.
Exploring number patterns is more fun with a partner! Third grade students work together as they use manipulatives to explore number patterns on the 100 pocket chart.
Students enjoy a DEAR Day activity. DEAR stands for Drop Everything And Read. Students bring pajamas, pillows, blankets, and snacks to school and read all day.
Dr. Jane Goodall signs autographs following her September 11 lecture at Yokota Air Base. Dr. Goodall took time out of her busy schedule to visit with Yokota Roots & Shoots members and gave a free public lecture at the Yokota Base Theateri
An 8th Grader is focused on learning a math concept.
A Spanish class learns how to use Adobe Sound Booth to record vocabulary words for later playback. This method allows students and teachers to critique inflection and ennunciation.
This student learns how to use Adobe Sound Booth to record vocabulary words for later playback. This method allows students and teachers to critique inflection and ennunciation.
In October 2011 7th grade students take a picture as a heavy crane lifts and processes recyclable materials behind them. While talking "trash" students were led on a Japanese-hosted tour and collected data to earn grade for meeting
A 7th grade student and staff member pretend to be victims of a massive recycling crane painted on a wall at the Minami Recycling facility located near Camp Zama Japan. The entire 7th grade of ZMS visited the facility in October 2010.
Two seventh grade students discuss a display at the Minami Recycling facility near Camp Zama, Japan. The students were researching information at one of eight recycling stations.
Students collect give-away items which promoted anti-drug abuse during Red Ribbon week.
A student signs a pledge-banner which promotes anti-drug abuse. The banner and other activities were part of a series of events promoting drug abuse awareness during Red Ribbon week.