Third grade is wrapping up our first science unit about matter. In our last lesson we learned about how matter can change from one state to another by either adding or taking away heat. To investigate this claim to we decided to see what . . .
Miss Sturch's class drafted and wrote letters to their books sponsors. A book sponsor is someone who donated $9 towards a student so that they can get a free book each month of the school year. Our first book was Charlotte's Web. We . . .
During the January 2nd professional development day for teachers, I learned about several new ways to utilize technology in the classroom. One way that stood out to me was a program called "Flipgrid" which allows students to post . . .
Fifth-grade got into the Christmas spirit early this year and made tree ornaments for the Christmas Tree at the courthouse. Students in Miss Sturch's class made ribbon trees and Mrs. Chapman's class made puzzle piece reindeer. The . . .
As we ended our Scientific Method unit of study, students were challenged to build a structure that could hold a full cup of water off the ground using only 50 straws and tape. Teams used the engineering design process to help them plan . . .
The past few weeks, we finished investigating vertebrates and invertebrates in science. The students researched both a vertebrate and an invertebrate and made a presentation to show the class about their animals.
Recently, we took . . .
5th grade has started the year by learning about the scientific method and the tools that scientists use. Recently we got to try out some of these tools and learn what they're used for. Soon we will begin to conduct experiments . . .
Are you smarter than a 5th-grader? If your student has our new teacher Miss Sturch, you're probably wondering who she is.👩🏻🏫
Please welcome Miss Kalie Sturch👩🏻🏫, 5th-grade teacher.
Kalie recently . . .