Stunningly beautiful spring day+creative and motivated students+exciting science learning+high success rate for intact eggs=
Successful egg drop!!
Mrs. Brydges’ students performed their original versions of The Nutcracker Play and Curious George Goes to the Circus. Our community eagerly awaits this annual event and we were not disappointed! Tiger trainers, clowns, strong men and women, soldiers, mice , and so much more !!
Hooray for our kindergarten children!! As Mrs. Brydges shared…
Our precious kinder children make us very proud indeed!
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The Dangerous Decibels classroom program uses principles of inquiry-based learning to teach the concepts of noise-induced hearing loss prevention. Students discover just how important it can be to “Turn it Down!”, “Walk Away” and how to “Protect Ears”. With the help of scientific tools, 4th grade students measured sound and learned about decibels. They explored sound, the way it travels, and how they can protect their hearing for years to come!
The 4th grade teachers facilitated this fun and interactive presentation with the help of parent volunteers at each station.
Kudos to Team 4!
Advice from a Tree
By Illan Shamir
Stand Tall and Proud
Sink your roots deeply into the Earth
Reflect the light of a greater source
Think long term
Go out on a limb
Remember your place among all living beings
Embrace with joy the changing seasons
For each yields its own abundance
The energy and birth of Spring
The growth and Contentment of Summer
The wisdom to let go of leaves in the Fall
The Rest and Quiet Renewal of Winter
Feel the wind and the sun
And delight in their presence
Look up at the moon that shines down upon
And the mystery of the stars at night
Seek nourishment from the good things in
Earth, fresh air, light
Be content with your natural beauty
Drink plenty of water
Let your limbs sway and dance in the breeze
Remember your roots
Enjoy the view!