On Wednesday, Mr. Hinker and Mrs. Shade's math class invited the junior kindergarten students to the park for an end of the year fun activity! They played at the park and were treated to some cookies and juice. JK students have really enjoyed their time with their HS friends!
5th grade students did a fantastic job presenting their science fair projects to family and friends.
The third grade classes did a great job learning about and presenting information on famous people during their wax museum.
Sunshine PK students tie-dyed t-shirts.
For May the 4th and Revenge of the 5th, the HS/JH library set up a display. Students could answer trivia questions over Star Wars to win a treat and a Star Wars button.
Two seventh grade students are being recognized for art they created that serve as public service announcements about cybersecurity. A spokesperson for the Center for Internet Security, said Teagan placed ninth for her drawing, and Karlie placed 11th for her drawing.
NHS Service Projects were on display prior to the Academic awards and scholarship awards on May 2.
In American Lit today students are having discussions about The Crucible speed dating style.
Is it a solid? Is it a liquid? 6th grade science students explored the states of matter and non-Newtonian fluids by creating Oobleck!
Ms. Muhs' Character on Track medal winners: Emily Reiser and Holden Thelin.
Sandy Richter from the Outdoor Campus visited the JK class. She talked about worms and soil. Unfortunately her worm friends weren't ready to come to the classroom, so they measured and dissected gummy worms and planted seeds in soil to see how they will grow.
Students in Mr. Hale’s 6th grade math class created a mini golf hole. They were to create a model to scale and determine area and perimeter before testing them out. Students then calculated what par was after classmates played the hole.
This week Government students are learning the importance of civic engagement! They are learning how to register to vote by filling out voter registration forms. When they turn eighteen, they will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to register to vote!
The 3rd and 4th grade concert was fantastic! Lots of talent in both grade levels. Well done.
In recognition of Earth Day, POET and members of FFA planted two trees at the Jr. High/High School. Thank you POET for the donation!
6th grade science students have been working on researching a topic of interest and are starting to create their presentations.
Students in 6th grade self-taught a skill to another student last week. Students are learning about themselves and others through the Sanford Harmony program in Health.
In JH PE class, students had to design a putt-putt challenge based on equipment given to them.
Mr. Hinker and Mrs. Shade's math class visited junior kindergarten yesterday and planned an Easter egg hunt- due to the windy conditions they had to have the egg hunt inside - but they enjoyed themselves!
Today we are doing our first Senior Retreat Day! This is a great way to celebrate our Seniors’ accomplishments thus far and help them prepare for the next steps in their lives. This should be a memorable day for our Seniors!!