Native American Presentation

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sat, 12/12/2015 - 13:07

At the Native American presentation we learned about how the Native Americans helped the early settlers survived. They showed us dances, taught us where each of the tribes live, and showed us pictures of how the chief dresses. We learned how Native Americans made chocolate and planted tomatoes and potatoes. They showed us a baby in a cradle board.  


Lyndsee Slade

5th Grade Wax Museum, A Showcase of Famous Americans

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sat, 11/21/2015 - 17:07

Under the direction of Mr. Broadbent, Mrs. Prina and Mr. Sueldo, the fifth grade students presented an informative Wax Museum of famous Americans who made a difference in our world today. They have been preparing speeches and posters, writing essays and practicing patriotic songs.  They presented their speeches to the students during the school day on November 20, then informed their parent and family that evening with the knowledge they have gained.  Quin Christensen shared, "I researched to learn about Henry Ford.

Q Marries U in Kindergarten

Submitted by joann.kirk on Tue, 11/17/2015 - 19:16

What a quality way to learn about sounds!  All the Kindergarten students learned that Q and U always work together as a team.  Mrs. Stirland was the Justice of the Peace who quickly accepted the job to put them together at the ceremony.  Mrs. Rife’s parents were quite qualified to represent Q and U.  In the afternoon class the teachers had two students in their class be Miss Q and Mr. U!!!  One was dressed as a quarterback, the other was a queen. You could almost see the quarterback quake and the queen quiver as they walked down the aisle.

Colby Rigby and Lyndsee Slade