Third grade students are certainly “Falling for Inherited Traits”! Students participated in cross-curricular activities in Science, Math, & Technology through their study of Inherited Traits (and personal connections to the traits), data representation, and use of technology by creating a Haiku deck slide show presentation.
Third grade students worked in partners to interpret frequency and tally tables then transferred data into bar graphs. Students participated in discussion and shared explanations of the bar graphs with their class.
Members of the Clarksville area Red Cross stopped by to visit with our Kindergarten classes and discuss the many ways they help people throughout the world. Children asked questions regarding hurricane Matthew and the Red Cross response to it. The students then donated water and other items that were collected during our Homecoming week.
Students in second grade learned about fact families using addition and subtraction facts. They wrote their facts on jack-o-lanterns.
Third graders worked on organizing data in tally tables using flavors of skittles. Then, they graphed the results vertically and horizontally on bar graphs. It was a tasty math lab treat.
5th grade dropped off all of the games donated by 5th grade students as part of their Homecoming Door Decoration theme to A Soldier’s Child Foundation. This organization provides special birthday celebrations for the children of fallen soldiers.
Jr Dance Junior Dance Fall Mini Camp
October 25 and October 27
3:00 – 4:00 (immediately following school)
Each dancer will be picked up in their classroom by a Varsity Dancer
Parents need to pick up at 4:00 pm in front of the main school building
Cost is $40 which includes a t-shirt to wear to the performance at the Oct 28 football game. If your dancer came to summer camp you do not need to pay this fee. Please register by Oct 21 to Theresia Burchett, at email@example.com.
Lower School Class Photos
Class photos will be taken on Nov 3. This is also our re-take day for regular school photos.
This is a reminder that CA collects Box Tops through our CAA. The money raised from this project funds various school improvement projects. Last year we raised over $2000 through the Box Tops program alone! Please turn yours into your child’s teacher or Ms. Turnage in the front office.
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