1ST GRADE DONUTS WITH DADS

On Friday, April 1st, FSA’s first grade classes hosted Donuts with Dad. Students in Mrs. Whitlock and Ms. Selstad’s class invited their dads to a morning of yummy breakfast, quality time, and some fun gifts. Students worked very hard and created donuts with a dozen adjectives to describe their dad, a story where their dad was a superhero, and a picture telling dads why they loved them! It was a very special time for all of us. We are so thankful for our dads!

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2ND GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES

WOW! I am SO impressed with my students and the hard work they have done on their Cultures Around the World projects. I can tell that students really took ownership of their learning and worked hard to create something they could use to teach their classmates all about their assigned country. It also seems like everyone really enjoyed creating this project! I am so glad.

I was very pleased with the few presentations we had this morning. I love that I can tell our students have practiced what they will say to the classmates 🙂 We will do a few each day until we have presented all projects. I can’t wait to see all of the presentations!

Enjoy a few photos from our presenters today!

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SCHOOL STORE IS OPEN!

Thanks to our wonderful student council, we now have a school store in our cafeteria.

Drinks, snacks and school supplies will be available to purchase from school store at good prices. Please do not send large amounts of cash to school with your child.

The store will be open before school, and during lunch and club time.

The school store is being managed by our middle school students and any profit will be used to benefit our athletic programs.

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Pi Day was lots of fun!

Our students were extremely creative in designing their Pi Day t-shirts, it was a hard decision- but here are the winners!

For the digit contest students had to recite 3.14…..as far as they could remember

3rd grade-Sonia H (52)

4th grade- Fayo A (93)

5th grade- Pranit T (144) -overall 3rd Place Winner

6th grade-Sid T (156)- overall 2nd Place Winner

7th grade-Vishaal R- (222) overall 1st Place Winner

8th grade- Sparsh K (96)

and 1st grader Blake Crosby (100)

a special Thank You to our PVO for planning the Pi Day pizza.

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5TH GRADE WAX MUSEUM

Fifth grade students chose historical figures to study, dress as and perform as. Each student relayed facts about their character, but only once their “on button” had been pressed!

The younger elementary grade teachers and students were very impressed with how much work had gone into this social studies project.

Congratulations on a job well done 5th Grade!

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Dr. Seuss Celebrations

DR. SEUSS CELEBRATIONS! WHAT AN AMAZING DAY! DR. SEUSS BIRTHDAY MARCH 2
Students Pre-k through 3rd grade circulated through the following reading/craft/ snack and activity themed rooms named from one of our favorite authors books: Bartholemew and the Oobleck, Oh the Places You’ll Go, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, In a People House, The Cat in the Hat, The Lorax, Fox in Sox, and Green Eggs and Ham.
Students and staff were excited to dress for the occasion!
A huge THANK YOU to all our wonderful teachers and parents for making this memorable day happen.

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