Kindergarten students in Melanie Francisco’s class enjoyed a unit on pumpkins. The students charted their schema and used their five senses to investigate the physical attributes of a pumpkin. After some awesome predictions of what they thought might be inside the pumpkin, they opened it up to find squishy, gooey, strings, and seeds. Julian Wright loved…Details
Kindergartners in Morgan Haupt’s Class at Frances K. Sweet Magnet School related to the Little Red Hen’s lesson about working together in order to enjoy the final product. The students helped their teacher make cupcakes and then they were able to frost them and eat them as a reward for their efforts. Pictured from left…Details
Northport K-8 School administrators and teachers are over the moon with the news that the school has been “adopted” by the local Walmart Distribution Center. On a recent morning, teachers were called to the Media Center for a surprise visit from several representatives from the Distribution Center. The group expressed to teachers that several of…Details
Mrs. Alicia Miller’s 2nd grade students performed “Contraction Surgery.” They made two words contract into one by cutting out vowels and replacing them with band aids for apostrophes.
Once a month, Weatherbee Elementary will host guest speakers who are positive and powerful role models to come in and speak for one hour to students who will benefit from this event.
We started October 30th with Dr. Perry as our first guest speaker!
Dads, Granddads and male caregivers wanted to be more involved in their students’ education, so this week Morningside Elementary dedicated two days to “Real Men Read.” This program allows men in the students’ lives to come into the classroom and read to their children and their children’s classmates.
Mrs. Anderson, 5th grade reading teacher, is celebrating as WPBF’S Weather School Superstar of the week. Cris Martinez surprised Mrs. Erica Anderson with this week’s honor.
Falloween Character Book Night and Parent Reading Workshop – provided reading strategies to parents to support their child at home
Wow! What a lucky CHANCE it was to win an awesome prize from our PBIS CHANCE Opportunity Drawing Event at Mariposa Elementary. For only three Butterfly Bucks, students had the opportunity to win one of our fantastic prizes. The CHANCE to win took place all month. The drawing was broadcast live from our Mariposa Studio…Details