Allapattah Flats K8 School congratulates four students who have been recognized as 2011 Florida’s Young Scholars Award Recipients. The noted students join nearly 2500 3rd-8th graders from across Florida that received such acclaim. Hundreds of schools participated in the project to select and honor students who not only excel academically but show that they are well-rounded…Details
Students in Pamela Owens’ and Ann Hartman’s first grade classes celebrated Literacy Week with a special guest reader, Principal Jonetha Maness. Mrs. Maness read “Giraffes Can’t Dance” to first graders in the special “gator” reading room. Students giggled hysterically as the giraffe learned how to dance, they also shared connections they made to the story and their lives. What a great way…Details
Students in Kate Kennedy’s sixth grade World Cultures classes at Southern Oaks Middle School have been studying about the fascinating civilization of Ancient Egypt. Students were asked to choose a topic in which they were particularly interested in of the ancient culture and become SOMS “Egyptologists”. The assignment included the opportunity for students to choose the medium by which…Details
Northport K-8 students in Vicki Baird’s eighth grade Spanish classes created their own family trees using Spanish words and phrases. Students identified relationships to family members and then gave two physical and two personality traits for each family memeber using Spanish language skills. Students also displayed handmade Ojo de Dios or Eyes of God. The…Details
Bayshore Elementary families had a wonderful night of learning during the FCAT Information Night. The families started the night with a delicious dinner of baked ziti, salad and garlic bread cooked by business partner Big Apple Pizza. Families then learned ways to help their children be successful on the FCAT. Pictured are Michael Giachetti, center, enjoying…Details
Jennifer Sterling, Casey Bentley and Isaiah Vidal in Laurie Boyer and Melissa Efron’s third grade classes at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition take part in a light energy science experiment. This was one of the experiments that the classes did as part of third grade’s Science Day.
Students performed a Reader’s Theater selection at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition during the Literacy & Linguini Night. The performance was for the book, Hansel and Gretel: The True Story. Pictured, from left, are Marisa Spicuzza, Kyerra Gordon, Dejon Lawrence, Tatyana Williamson, teacher Emily Bokhart, Kennedi Brissett, Bryan Burgos and Alberto Torres.
Students from Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition received the highest rating possible at the District 13 Solo and Ensemble Festival held at Lincoln Park Academy. All students that participated received superior ratings! Congratulations to all the students and to the band director Jason Hatfield. Pictured, from left are, standing Salvatore Spera, Bryan Garcia,…Details
Students in Ashley Coe’s class at Mariposa Elementary participated in a fun activity to learn about author’s purpose. Using a candy wrapper, they had to find the facts that informed the consumer about the product. Then they had to write an advertisement using figurative language to persuade the consumer to purchase the product. Finally, the students…Details
Students in Linda Auciello’s kindergarten class at Mariposa Elementary know how to write and read 100 sight words by the 100th day! They used their word knowledge to create a massive poster of the sight words they have learned and they also wrote their own smaller sized list of the same words. This is turning into…Details