Bucket fillers are those who help without being asked, give kindness and compliments, and generally spread love and good feelings to others. Bucket filling is a common act in our school and one that does not go unrecognized. When a student exemplifies these behaviors they are considered future “Bucket Fillers of the Week.”
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The Young Authors' Project invites students in grades 1-8 to submit narrative, informational, or persuasive texts to the KSLA: DC for judging on the basis of focus, content, organization, and style. The Project culminates in the annual Young Author's Conference where winners at each grade level receive a personalized certificate and copy of all the winning entries.
Calling all volunteers!
Mrs. Stephens' 5th grade class helped their 1st grade buddies in Mrs. Holder's class create digital presentations to accompany their informational research reports.
Congratulations to the students who were recognized for the core value of Trust.
Valentine's Day was celebrated with classroom parties that included many fun activities.
We raised $1,662 for our school service project End Hunger Now.
Congratulations to the Students of the Month and Classroom of the Month. January's Core Value was Responsibility.
The Fourth and Fifth Grade Boys and Girls Floor Hockey Teams had a great season.