Morningside Elementary school students and teachers honored Veteran families by holding an assembly. Students from all grades greeted the Veteran guests as they entered the school building and the students in the Gifted Program created skits, read poems and sang songs to honor the individuals who have served or are currently serving in the Armed…Details
Morningside Elementary celebrated Grandparents’ Day a little early. The grandparents were invited to join their students for lunch on the stage, in front of the stage, and throughout the cafe to celebrate the importance of family supporting education and their students!
The Morningside Elementary Title I Superhero Literacy Night was a huge success! Students and families were encouraged to wear superhero costumes or shirts when they attended the fun-filled event. Families rotated through superhero stations that featured reading skills while integrating science, math, and writing. The attendees also were treated to delicious pizza from Little Caesars…Details
Morningside Elementary’s Odyssey of the Mind Angels team won first place and an “Omer Award” for notable team work at the recent regional Odyssey of the Mind competition. Teammates, front row, from left, Macy Nielander, Rylee Nelson, Tiffani Kinnaman, Lexus Hommer, Grace Kukielka, Jory Krier, Kendrick Carpenter, along with coaches, back row, Tania Nelson and Brad Culbertson…Details
Morningside Elementary teachers show their support for the American Heart Association dressed in
jeans and sports jerseys/shirts for a donation to the American Heart Association helping raise $600.
Morningside Elementary School’s second grade teacher Sarah Roddin is reading, “Have You Filled a Bucket Today?” by Carol McCloud to her class. This book is a guide to daily happiness for kids. Her students enjoy beginning their day in a positive way.
Fifth grade students at Morningside Elementary in Brad Culbertson and Mary Mascello’s classrooms put on an outstanding production of “Robin Hood” for their parents and students. Students not only performed but also created all of the costumes and sets for the production.
Morningside Elementary students Vyanna Prendergast, Ethan
Hernandez, Lisette Peralta, Skyler Crocker-Hanna, and Jessica Moore from
Katherine Robinson’s fourth grade class show off their new books they purchased at the school’s book fair.
Morningside Elementary fourth grade students enjoy a presentation using puppets of prehistoric animals provided by Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute. Along with their presentation they had the opportunity to interact with learning & development facilitator Indria Sukhraj from the institute.
On September 9, 2014 Morningside Elementary students were also recognized as the Florida Elementary Finalist for NEED (National Energy Education Development) Project at the School Board Meeting. The project advisor was Mollie Mukhamedov. Pictured are Chairman Debbie Hawley and Superintendent Genelle Yost in the back row; Isabella Cruz and Grace Robinson in the front row.…Details