This past month, students that read the most words in A.R. books were the top readers for their grade. Congratulations to the following winners. 1st grade-Hunter L. read 4,442 words 2nd grade-Charlee S. read 26,667 words . . .
This month's top readers were the most successful on their A.R. tests. They passed 100% of their tests! 1st Grade-Hunter L. passed 16/16 A.R. tests 2nd Grade-Macey O. passed 8/8 A.R. tests 3rd Grade-Tryton T. passed . . .
Top Readers in November were students that were the most successful on their A.R. tests. They had the highest percentages on their A.R. test in their grade. 1st Grade-Xavier A. 100% on 8 tests 2nd . . .
October's Top Readers in the elementary are students that earned the most points on A.R. tests. Congratulations to the following students... 1st Grade-Owen P. 4.6 points 2nd Grade-Charlee S. 8.2 points . . .
The Top Readers for September read the most words in Accelerated Reader books. The winners are: 1st grade-Hollie H. 1,372 words 2nd grade-Macey O. 366 words 3rd grade-Robert L. 2,268 words 4th grade-Jaxon . . .
Preschool comes to the library every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. While in the library, the students enjoy stories, action poems, songs, coloring, and crafts. On Fridays, we celebrate with Fun Friday! After listening to a . . .
March A.R. Top Readers in the elementary were students that read the most words in A.R. books for the month. Top Readers: 1st Grade-Bryson H. 7,253 words 2nd Grade-Robert L. 14,975 words 3rd Grade-Jaxon K. . . .
February's Top Readers were the most successful in their grade on A.R. tests. 1st Grade-Charlee S. 96% 2nd Grade-Harper F. 97% 3rd Grade-Benjamin R. 90% 4th Grade-Donald L. 92% 5th Grade-Remington N. . . .
This month the top readers were recognized for earning the most A.R. points in the month of January. 1st Grade: Ben R. 5.6 points 2nd Grade: Axton M. 6.2 points 3rd Grade: Caleb R. 12.8 points 4th . . .
For the month of December, the Top Readers in the elementary read the most words in A.R. books in their grade. Congratulations to the winners and keep up the good work! 1st Grade-Charlee S. 3,948 words read 2nd . . .
Students in Preschool - 5th-Grade had the opportunity to participate in a Disguise a Gingerbread Man as a Book Character Contest. We know that gingerbread men get eaten during the Christmas season so students did their best to disguise . . .
The November Top Readers in the elementary were recognized for being the most successful on their A.R. tests this month. The following students all had 100% on all their A.R. tests. We had a 5-way tie in fifth grade! . . .
For October, the top readers were students that earned the most A.R. points for their grade. The winners were as follows: 1st Grade: Charlee S. 9.7 points 2nd Grade: Abbie S. 1.7 points 3rd . . .
Congratulations to the Top Readers and Class for August/September. They were chosen for having read the most words in A.R. books. 1st Grade: Macey O read 366 words 2nd Grade: Robert L read 2,268 words . . .
Activity Chart for Elementary Art, Guidance, Library, and Music Check out the Google site below for a fun and special area for every day learning choice board put together by the Art, Guidance, Library, and Music teachers. As you . . .
The Top Readers and Top Class this month read the most words in Accelerated Reader books. The winners are... 1st Grade-Axton M read 8,414 words 2nd Grade-Ben R read 61,312 words 3rd Grade-Avery H read 89,863 words . . .
January Top Readers were the most successful on their A.R. tests for the month. 1st Grade: Kaleb M 100% on all A.R. tests in January 2nd Grade: Abbie O 100% on all A.R. tests in January 3rd Grade: Jaelynn B . . .
The Top Readers and Top Class for the month of November earned the most A.R. points for the month. 1st Grade: Stella B-5 points 2nd Grade: Ada E-5.9 points 3rd Grade: Sophie S-6 points 4th . . .
For the month of October, the top readers were the students in each grade that read the most words in their A.R. books. The winners are as follows: 1st Grade-Kaleb M. 2,975 words 2nd Grade-Ava E. 13,995 words 3rd . . .
Tuesday morning, author Eric Ode visited the elementary students in two assemblies. Eric Ode sang some songs, read some of his books and poems, and shared some of his wisdom about the writing and publishing process with us. It was . . .