In Kindergarten, students started their first writing unit; We are Authors by making posters. Students were able to think of an idea they love, sketch it out, and add details and labels. Some topics that students selected included, family, places and toys.
Second graders are exploring how a character feels in their independent reading books. They learned that they can use the illustrations, the text, and what the character says as clues to figure out how they are feeling!
NPS candidates today...future leaders of tomorrow!
Today we kicked off our Dog Tales therapy dog reading program! Grade 1 was the first to participate in the program during their Reader's Workshop lessons. Students enjoyed reading to Baloo and showing off their reading skills in a judgement free zone!
Grade 3 students enjoying their lesson on "Bucket-Drumming" in general music class!
Day 2...Already making Main Idea Milestones
Today's "Pizza with the Principal" gathering was a big hit. Thank you to all of the families that attended and to the PTO for making this event possible!
Each grade level participated in our "Dog Tales" therapy dog reading program. Lessons began with a read aloud followed by independent reading time where students enjoyed reading to "Tyler" and his licensed handler "Mr. John". All of our participating students did a nice job of reading to Tyler and found comfort in his visit!
Today we hosted our 2022-2023 Field Day event! Thank you to the PTO and all of our volunteers for making the event fun for all!
Our Eagles showed their team spirit during today's field day. Thank you to the PTO and all the parent volunteers.
In art class this week, our 4th graders took on the role of Vincent van Gogh to create their very own “The Starry Night” image. This taught them how to utilize composition, movement, and space within their art pieces!
This week K-4 students that accomplished their monthly reading incentive goal enjoyed one free Italian Ice from Uncle Lui G's in Norwood!
Our eighth graders have arrived safely in Washington D.C. and are ready to explore our nation's capital.
Students in Grade 1 and 2 created “Robot Art’. This allowed them to use shape, line, and 3-dimensional objects in art by making certain pieces of their robot pop off of the page! Each robot is unique to the student, engaging them in their sense of individuality and innovation!
Next stop on our way to the top...Battle of the Books champions!
Hats off to our student athletes for making the semi-finals in the baseball tournament.
We are exited to honor Ariella Audi as our 2022-2023 Governor's Educator of the Year at tonight's BOE meeting. Congratulations Miss Audi!
Today we hosted our annual "Kindergarten Rocks" celebration. Thank you to our staff, students, and all that attended!
Sailing on an American merchant ship!
Touring the American Revolution Museum.