Two more students who were recognized for their 'Love of Learning' in the month of February!
about 1 month ago, Bethany Vozar
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We love Fridays because we get to celebrate our Junior Jacket ticket winners!!
about 1 month ago, Bethany Vozar
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After 1 week, South students have read almost 2,000 books/chapters! Miss Knight's Painted Turtle is in the lead on our reading path!
about 1 month ago, Sarah Smith
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Thank you South families for an awesome breakfast on Thursday. We were thrilled that we were able to invite so many people to our tables. Our staff served 138 students and 60+ other family members. Remember--breakfast is free everyday for our students!
about 1 month ago, Bethany Vozar
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We recognized our students of the month and their "Love of Learning." Great work, Junior Jackets!
about 1 month ago, Bethany Vozar
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Writing Workshop: Writing Friends' Names from Table Tags ✏️ 🏷️
about 1 month ago, Kristy Hessbrook
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Camping with Mrs. Melow in Music class πŸ”₯
about 1 month ago, Kristy Hessbrook
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Mrs. Whitfords students created their own "working" fishing poles in STEAM lab and even caught some fish using magnetic hooks!
about 1 month ago, Amy Hindbaugh-Marr
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Welcome to Camp Read-a-lot! South has started their reading adventure! Please check your child's Friday Folder for lots of information about March is Reading Month!
about 2 months ago, Sarah Smith
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We read Ten on the Sled (a fun wintery take on Ten in the Bed) in STEAM lab and then created sleds to hold ten "block characters". Testing them was such fun!
about 2 months ago, Amy Hindbaugh-Marr
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Second graders learned about weathering and erosion using magic tracks! They placed buttons, beads, and blocks on their "rivers" and then watched as their balls (water) moved the items with each roll. They drew before and after pictures to document how their rivers changed.
about 2 months ago, Amy Hindbaugh-Marr
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During our Nutrition class with Mrs. Horn, we were introduced to rainbow carrots and bell peppers on a bagel.πŸ«‘πŸ₯•πŸ₯―
about 2 months ago, Kristy Hessbrook
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Kindergarten students experience and learn math in a variety of ways. Today was "Skittle Math Day!" A very tasty way to classify by the attribute of color, practice counting skills, and compare using math vocabulary words "more," less," and "fewer." And let's be honest, they were very yummy to eat when we finished! πŸ’•β˜ΊοΈπŸ’•β˜ΊοΈπŸ’•β˜ΊοΈπŸ’•β˜ΊοΈπŸ’•β˜ΊοΈπŸ’•
2 months ago, Bonnie Simcox
These 2 were so proud to find red words on their shirts and read to them to me πŸ©ΆπŸ–€
2 months ago, Kristy Hessbrook
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Second graders read The Day it Rained Hearts in STEAM and then constructed nets to catch hearts that were "falling" in the lab!
2 months ago, Amy Hindbaugh-Marr
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Our AMAZING principal, Mrs. Beth Vozar, visited our class today and read us the funniest story named, "The Book With No Pictures!" Our class absolutely giggled throughout the whole book. Thank you Mrs. Vozar for spending time with us! πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ’™
2 months ago, Bonnie Simcox
This is a reminder that there is no school for students tomorrow, Monday, February 12, 2024. We look forward to seeing students back on Tuesday!
2 months ago, Ithaca Schools
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Our Junior Jacket ticket winners for the week!! We love celebrating our students for following our school rules: Bee Respectful, Bee Responsible, and Bee Safe!
2 months ago, Bethany Vozar
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β€œEEKK” πŸ“• Elbow to elbow, knee to knee reading with a partner. Working together and learning at the same time!
2 months ago, Kristy Hessbrook
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Last week, our 2nd graders had a great trip to North School's STEAM Lab to collaborate with 4th grade students. First, they used MilkyWay bars to demonstrate how plates shift to make mountains. Next, students experimented with a paper mountain, markers, and eye droppers to see erosion in action. Last, 4th graders demonstrated how mountains erode and change using sand and different balls. The wooden ball represented light rain, the marble represented heavy rain, and the steel ball represented a flood. Thank you, Mrs. Hindbaugh-Marr for organizing this opportunity.
2 months ago, Maria Gulick
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