Literacy Week Day 3

Bayshore believes that teamwork makes the dreamwork so why not buddy up and read together! #sharingiscaring #believeinyourshelf Day three of literacy week  

iReady Carnival, Here we come!

At Bayshore Elementary, Mrs. Glidden’s students worked hard on their iReady winter diagnostic. Students who met or exceeded their goal received awards and will be attending next week’s iReady carnival.

Bayshore Elementary Literacy Week Day 2

Day two of literacy week was “Believe in your shelf and shine bright!”. Students and staff represented by wearing their most sparkly outfit! We shine bright when we read! #bayshoreshines

‘Royal Readers’ at Bayshore

We have some “Royal Readers” in Mrs. DaCosta’s class. These students were caught staying focused in their literacy center today. Students earned a certificate and a bracelet! Keep up the great work Royal Readers!

4H Farm at Bayshore

Buggy Boo from 4H farm came to educate First Grade about the body parts of an insect, comparisons of correct names of body parts, and ask and answer question about key details in a text read aloud! Thank you Ms. Underwood.

Lights, Sound, Action… 💡 👂 💙

At Bayshore Elementary, during Mrs. Enoch’s and Mrs. Pank’s class, students completed an investigation task requiring them to present evidence and explain their knowledge of sound and light energy.  

Let’s ROAR together 🐆💙

Bayshore will have an Atten’DANCE’ incentive every quarter!  The class with the highest percentage of attendance in the grade bands of VPK-2 and 3-5 will earn a 20-minute dance party during the school day.  Students will have the opportunity to socialize, dance, and enjoy an ice pop for showing up.

Students Showing Their S.P.O.T.S. at Bayshore!

Mrs. Jones’ class earned their SECOND popcorn party by receiving 10 class compliments when they were showing their S.P.O.T.S.! Whole classes can earn 10 jazzy class cash when receiving a compliment from staff. Congratulations jaguars

Bayshore in Partnership with Read for the Record

Ms. Dvir from PNC, in partnership with Read for the Record, visited Ms. Budhram’s and Ms. Dalis’ VPK classroom to read the story “With Lots of Love”. This story was wonderfully written and illustrated to give students a glimpse of what family means, finding ways to stay connected, and sharing love across distances. Ms. Dvir enjoyed sharing stories about her own family and the special things they like to do. Students thanked Ms. Dvir with personal pictures of their own family and things that they love. Thank you for your partnership!