Today's Gingerbread Decorating event was the perfect combination of festive and delicious! Special thanks to our PTO and all of the parent volunteers that helped make this event possible!
1st and 2nd graders made some cozy winter bears in Art! These bears are tucked into a blanket that is full of different lines, shapes, and colors. This gives our students a better understanding of how to use lines in art and how to create unique patterns.
Check out our future meteorologist!
It's Book Talk Wednesday!
Wishing our school community a joyous Thanksgiving filled with warmth, gratitude, and cherished moments spent with loved ones!
Students in 3rd and 4th grade created a Makerspace Parade based on their favorite literary character or non-fiction subject from a book in the NPS Library!
Today, NPS hosted the Consul General of Korea. He highlighted the 70 year alliance of South Korea and the United States.
Today NPS hosted "Mike Magic" to perform for students in grades Pre-k - Grade 4. However, this was no ordinary Magic show. The performance was rooted on "Kindness" and how being nice to others can do magical things for a school community.
It was all smiles at our Kindergarten Sight Word celebration!
K-4 students have begun the seed planting process for our Hydroponics/Farm to Table program. They will be growing Swiss Chard, Radish, Kale, and Lettuce!
This week K-4 staff and students enjoyed our "STEM challenge". We placed a large pumpkin (37.80 lbs) in the hallway and asked for everyone's predictions on the amount of seeds inside.
Students in 6th grade ELA created Coat of Arms in order to delve deeper into the characters in the novel, Freak the Mighty.
In Makerspace students participated in the “Save our Harvest Challenge”. Students brainstormed and worked collaboratively to design a product to protect different forms of agriculture!
Today our K-4 students participated in a nutritional Salad Bar Assembly. This interactive assembly ignited students’ curiosity about where food comes from and why fresh is best for their bodies and the planet.
Kindergarten had a great time with our therapy dog "Baloo" this morning!
Grade 4 students enjoying Reflex Math as they improve their math fact fluency!
What better way to learn about Newton's Laws of Motion than by building our own Newton's Cradle.
Today our students enjoyed the Prismatic Magic Laser Show. Thank you to our PTO for making this event possible.
Today our Student Council hosted new students with a "Welcome to NPS" breakfast.
Each Grade 1 class created a “How to Show Respect” anchor chart, where each child had the opportunity to draw and/or write their own ways to show respect in the classroom, at home, or at after school activities. Students got to place their idea on a class chart paper. This chart will be displayed in class to remind the first graders to treat others the way they want to be treated.