Fall Science and Social Studies
Cultural Celebration- sharing our India research.
Chinese Food Tasting party and projects.
Creating clay pots and corn husk dolls.
On November 19th, the third graders enjoyed presentations about Native American and Iroquois life. Mr. Jacques, a lacrosse stick maker and Collette Lemmon, an anthropologist shared with the students their knowledge and artifacts. In addition to the presentations, students created clay pinch pots and corn husk dolls in the Iroquois style. These activities are an introduction to the Native American unit students will be studying in the spring.
Field Trip to Crystal Grove to hunt for Herkimer Diamonds
on Oct. 2.
First day of school (well, actually the second)!
Mrs. Rosenberg's summer vacation. I had a lot of fun this summer- hope you did too! Hover over each picture to read the captions.
Field Trips to the NYS Museum and Huyck Preserve
Immigration Simulation Day May 21st
Photos of us with the cast of Erie Canal play that we saw at the HS/MS auditorium. The play was from the CapRep theater in Albany.
During our energy unit in science, we explored the properties of light. Click the large photo below to see all the photos (sorry for the poor exposure- the room was dark for the experiments).
4th Grade 2014-2015
Field trip to the Huyck Preserve. The rain cut our trip a bit short but we had fun counting living things- checking on the preserve's biodiversity. A HUGE thank you to our brave chaperones; Ms. Rhoads, Mrs. Hubicki, Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Vance, Mrs. Wisenburn, Mrs. Shelburne!
Here are the latest photos- finished salt and flour maps, taking a close look at flowers, Dawson helping Mr. Edwards adjust the tables and Dawson resting after completing his Certified Therapy Dog certification!