"Develop lifelong learners who value themselves and others, and contribute to their community in a successful, positive manner".
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
Welcome back to another great start of the school year. We will be posting as much information as possible on our webpage so please visit often for updates. We will be using Schoology this year for parents to monitor their child’s grades and other important information. Log-in information coming home soon and we plan to offer assistance if needed during our Parent/Teacher Conferences on 10-16. Some teachers are using an app called SeeSaw which allows you to follow your child’s work online. If you have received information from your child’s teacher, please check it out.
We had another successful year with our Smarter Balance scores. Great Job Students! We will continue to provide Title I services this year including an additional .5 Title I Reading Teacher.
Attendance is extremely important for each child. Batman was here the last week of August to talk to our students about attendance. Please send a parent note or doctor’s excuse for any days your child is absent from school.
I encourage you to email, firstname.lastname@example.org or call, (304) 348-1961 if you have any questions or concerns.
Dr. David Agnew, Principal
The staff would like say, “Thank You” to all the parents for making it a special week! Each day the food was delicious! Again, thank you for an awesome week of food and gifts!
Dr. Seuss week was fill with fun, learning and creativity! Students and teachers wore their crazy socks, hats and wacky clothes throughout the week. Students created their favorite Dr. Seuss character with recyclable materials or legos and some created a new book cover for their favorite book! On Thursday students did creative writing in their classrooms with a Dr. Seuss prompt. And, the cooks served green eggs and ham!
After collaborating with teachers last week, Mr. Paul returned to SES on Valentine’s Day to teach teachers and students how to use some new APPs to enrich their curriculum. Fourth grade students wrote poems then presented them using an APP with a teleprompter and green screen. Third graders learned to create QR Readers using facts about presidents while second grade used Keynote to create a dialogue between two characters. Kindergarten and first grade used Puppet Edu to create movies tied to their current studies. Yes, learning is fun at SES!
Many students took the challenge to look 100 years old! Great job!
100 Day Projects were a big hit in the kindergarten classrooms!
Students who reached their Accelerated Reader’s goal first semester celebrated on January 12th with fun activities! The afternoon featured karoke, rock art, beads (bracelets, wind chimes, butterflies), bingo and milkshakes!
Teachers got in the swing of the 100 day celebration as they dressed-up for the special day! Do you know who your child’s teacher???
After reading the story, Super Storms and studying weather conditions and storms, students in Mrs. Clark and Sissons’ classes created some awesome family projects. The projects included tornadoes, blizzards, thunderstorms, floods and information on weather instruments.