Author: Karlyn Singleton

Learning Through Play

Our preschoolers have jumped right into the new school year by learning through play and role playing community careers.  They are also busy working together to explore S.T.E.M. concepts such as building bridges, counting...

Parent Survey Available

Parents are valuable stakeholders in our school programs and initiatives.  It is important that you share your thoughts with the school so we can work together for the betterment of our students.  Please take...

Catapults and Energy

Under the guidance of their teacher Ms. Fletcher, our 5th and 6th graders built individual catapults as part of their Energy unit. Students tested their launching capabilities to gain a deeper understanding of concepts...

Open House

We kicked off the new year with our Open House. Parents had a chance to meet teachers, learn about school programs and electives, and sign up to volunteer throughout the year. We also had...

The 2017-2018 Student Handbook

As we prepare for the new school year, we want families to have access to the 2017-2018 Student Handbook and technology forms.  Please click on the links below to open each document.  We need the Technology...

Bricks 4 Kidz Summer Session

Our summer school students are excited to continue their activities with Bricks 4 Kidz.  Once a week they have the opportunity to collaborate with peers and interact with gears, pulleys, levers, and axles to...

Innovative S.T.E.M. Thinkers

Our final S.T.E.M. Challenge of the year encouraged students to create their own innovative project as long as they incorporated Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Math. Our S.T.E.M. leaders created dinosaur replicas, geometric spinners, and...

Mural Project with Artist Hubert Massey

Our 3rd and 5th graders had a chance to work with artist Hubert Massey again for the completion of their mural project. Under his guidance, students learned to cement their previously created bisque tiles...

Robotics Showcase

Our Robotics students proudly showed off the skills they learned this year through the leadership of volunteer Robert Jones, an electrical engineer with Bosch.  The students, ranging from 3rd through 6th grade, hosted 3 stations that...