Kindergarten honors Veterans
Kindergarten 50s day
Eighth graders working on ELA Project with laptops
Kindergarten Coding on iPad
Chuck E Cheese visit
Kindergarten pumpkin carving
Fifth grade ELA projects
Pinwheel ceremony award winner
Guest reader in Library
Third grade HoeDown
Second grade butterfly release
Band performance during pinwheel ceremony
Kindergarten Pumpkin Carving
Kindergarten Coding on iPads
Grade 1 and 2 Science experiment
6th, 7th and 8th graders write Nearby Nature Haikus for Fairchild Challenge #1
I love music class!
Grade 7 Research Project
Mr. Forgie's students working together
Third grade scientist
Grade 1 Coding on the iPads
Second graders explaining the stages of a butterfly
Third grade working on Mrs. Smith's project
Kindergarten favorite color day
First grade game time
Can I draw that?
Third graders hard at work
Reading is fun!
First grade counting song
Busy working on Mrs. Smith's assignment
Third grade scientists
First grade at work
We're learning to tell time in second grade!
Third grade friends
Our newly remodeled building
Reading Assistant Lab
Second Grade Butterfly Release
A pinwheel ceremony was held on Friday, November 6, in honor of breast cancer awareness. Mrs. Davis and the Sisters of eSTEAM sponsored the event. Money from the sale of the pinwheels went to breast cancer research.
Please click here to view the Open Letter to Parents from the Superintendent of the Woodland Hills School District
In honor of Veteran's Day, two local active duty National Reservists came to visit Kindergarten and First Grade. On Thursday, November 12th, Sergeant Brittany Swartzwelder and Specialist Peyton Hieb came to read their favorite stories. Kindergarten had the opportunity to interview them about their jobs and learn about armed forces. Thank-you Sergeant Swartzwelder and Specialist Hieb and all Veterans for your service and dedication!! Click READ MORE to see additional photos.
Students from Kindergarten through fourth grade will receive Standards-based Report cards. CLICK HERE to find out how to interpret a Standards-based Report card.
On Friday, November 13, Kindergarten students dressed up in their 1950's attire consisting of poodle skirts, bomber jackets, sun glasses, t-shirts, and jeans. Click the READ MORE link to see what we looked like!
A Hoedown is an early American celebration of the end of the harvest when farmers literally put their hoes and rakes and ploughs down for the winter. In music class, the third graders learned 3 American dances in the style of a Hoedown. Family and friends were invited to share good food and good times as the students taught the dances with the help of Mrs. Endler. It was a great evening. Thank you to PIE, especially Chardae Seligsohn, and all who attended.