Category: News

Exploring Friction

Our robotics class explored the concept of friction. Teams built robots and structures for the robots to carry. The key was to explore the maximum load the robot could pull and determine when the...

Online Learning with Imagine Learning

One of our S.T.E.M. initiatives is to create confident technological users at all grades.  To assist with this goal, we have incorporated the Imagine Learning online program into our curriculum.  The program provides individualized digital...

Career Day – A Day of Exposure

Many members and local leaders from the community invested their time in participating in our annual Career Day.  Students were exposed to a wide range of professions and S.T.E.M. related career paths, including electrical engineers,...

State Champions

We are so proud of our Cooke Cheerleading Team for becoming State Champions in the Cheer & Dance Division. Our girls practiced every day for weeks and it paid off.

Celebrating Black History

In honor of Black History Month, our walls our decorated with informational posters, original art work, and images of African American leaders.  

Sesame Street Live!

Our Kindergarten classes spent a day at the Fox Theater enjoying Sesame Street Live! Students, parents, and teachers had fun singing, dancing, and counting along with Elmo, Big Bird, The Count, Cookie Monster and...

Pulleys and Gears

Our third and fourth graders are thoroughly enjoying the Bricks 4 Kidz robotics program. Students are working in teams to build new structures and learning how gears, axles, and pulleys all work together.  ...

Cooke Book Club

Our fifth and sixth grade book club led by Mrs. Singleton is growing. The students look forward to reading new books and discussing them with their peers.  They are currently reading Wonder by R. J....

Homework Check by Alycia Meriweather

Interim Superintendent Alycia Meriweather returned to our second grade class to reward students who completed their holiday homework packet. Students received scented pencils and books to add to home libraries. She also did another...