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March Student of the Month

Mason is very motivated to do his best whether it be in learning new things, setting good examples for his peers, or being a good citizen in his school.  He accepts challenges and very often does the right thing whether someone is . . .

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Dr. Seuss Week

The Elementary School celebrated Dr. Seuss Week.  

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Elementary Quiz Bowl

  Welcome to quiz bowl, a spirited interscholastic contest pitting two teams head to head to answer questions from all disciplines, including history, geography, philosophy, literature, science, fine arts, current events and . . .

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Elementary Quiz Bowl at Freeman

The fifth and sixth grade Quiz Bowl teams competed at Freeman Feb. 4th.  The sixth grade team placed 2nd!  Great job, Griffins!

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December Student of the Month

Congratulations to Athena, December's Student of the Month.  Athena exemplifies what it is to be a Griffin.  She always has a smile on her face.  She is  hard working, responsible, and respectful.  She . . .

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Hour of Code 2019

Once again, classrooms at the elementary school participated in the Hour of Code.  In celebration of Computer Science Week, classrooms around the world engage in activities to promote computer programming, specifically coding.  The . . .

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October Student of the Month

Morgan comes to class with a positive attitude and she is ready to learn. She's acts like a Griffin should act.  She is safe, responsible and respectful.  Congratulations, Morgan!  

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Digital Citizenship Week

A team of four fifth and sixth grade students-Kailyn, Sidney, Jack and Xavier, with the help of Miss Hestermann, organized activities to celebrate Digital Citizenship Week.   They attended the Digital Citizenship Symposium at ESU 5 . . .

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Learning with Apples in Preschool

The Little Griffin Preschool Students learned all about Apples this month.    We learned about the apple life cycle, read books about apples, sang song about apples, had an apple tasting, and graphed "what color is . . .

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September Student of the Month

The elementary Student of the Month for September is Eliana.   Eliana is a wonderful student to have in class. She is respectful, responsible, and safe. She is kind to her classmates and is always willing to lend a helping . . .

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Box Tops for Education

Thank you to everyone who has been collecting Box Tops! This summer we used our Box Tops earnings to purchase basketballs, footballs, kickballs, gym balls, jump ropes, play sets, coloring books, markers, and crayons. All of . . .

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Starting the Day Off on the Right Foot

Every morning the elementary students walk to get our bodies and minds energized and ready to learn. We love it when we can walk outside on the playground. On this mid-September day, we had some beautiful shows in the sky to entertain us . . .

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New Motor Lab Is Up and Running

Under the direction of Occupational Therapist Tiffany Wallman from ESU 5, a new Ready Bodies Learning Minds Motor Lab is available to elementary students.   The students and teachers are seeing positive results.  After . . .

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August Student of the Month

Logan in the August Student of the Month at the elementary school.  Logan is a great example of a student who is respectful, responsible, and safe. He is kind to his classmates and listens well to the teacher. He makes sure he has . . .

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Students Enjoying Purchases Made with Box Top

The 2nd grade class is showing some of the items that were purchased with profits from our Box Tops for Education program. We were able to purchase basketballs, playground balls, footballs, jump ropes, kickball bases, play sets, coloring . . .

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