2015-2016 National Junior Honor Society Officers Elected
Matthew Burch, Jacob McCarthy, Nixon King, Brayden Valentino, Clara Butler, Sophia Michalski-Pulver, Zachary Kinch and Matthew Thompson.
5th Grade Grace Bartels and Matt Higgins. 6th Grade Roberto Cruz and Elizabeth Bruno. 7th Grade Kye Williams and Kiersten Vignera. 8th Grade Jordan Towns and Darian Briody.
5th Grade students from Ms. Roberg’s and Mr. Goldner’s science classes displayed and discussed their science projects with parents, students and staff. Projects included fingerprinting analysis, plant growth, multi-tasking projects and many other science topics.
Austin Rexford- best effort Hayley Lyons- accuracy. What’s IXL? With over 4,500 skills in math and English language arts, students find comprehensive, standards-aligned content for all grade levels. Interactive questions and virtual rewards create an engaging learning environment that motivates students to master skills and explore new topics. Congratulations Hayley and Austin keep up the good work!
In conjunction with the 5th Grade science fair Ms. Keyes taught the entire 5th grade to make imovies that were displayed during the science fair. They also learned how to use the Aurasma app, which uses augmented reality to turn everyday objects, images, and places into interactive opportunities. Ask a 5th grade student about it!
8th Grade students taking Ms. Morris's studio art class for high school credit have artwork on display in the middle school library.
We are very proud of all our students. Keep up the hard work.
Our fifth grade students have spent many hours over the last few weeks in the library and computer labs preparing for their science fair. They have learned about fingerprinting, aerodynamics, photosynthesis and many other topics. Anyone visiting the science fair will be impressed by our young scientists.
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Valentine's Day Dance - 7/8 Grades