Friday, April 20, 2018

Success Looks Grand on You!

The home, family, the richness of language,
and relationships are all important for kids.  The
presence of books and conversations combine to nurture literate youth.  
What occurs in school can make a
vital, positive 
difference for our youngsters.

Congratulations to Mrs. Gray's 2nd graders
for meeting their AR goal of 1,000 points 
during the school year.  
#1,002 points as of April 9th!
Today they "celebrated" with pizza,
time in the park & 
a Peanuts movie.



All throughout APRIL we'll
be practicing 
 Habit #7: 
"We learn in lots of ways, and
in different places.  
Balance feels best."








Monday, April 16, 2018

The Season is Underway!

#PlayBall
Congratulations to these student
athletes on a great start to the
baseball season......it's spring, afterall!

Keep repeating:  "It's spring-it's spring."

All throughout APRIL we'll
be practicing 
 Habit #7: 
"We learn in lots of ways,
and in many different places!
"





Sunday, April 15, 2018

Our RN...Thank You!

Promoting healthy choices at
school &
 encouraging challenges
that truly "sharpen the saw!"   
#ThankYouMrsFoster

All throughout APRIL we'll
be practicing 
 Habit #7: 
"We learn in lots of ways,
and in many different places!
"



Friday, April 6, 2018

Hip-Hip Hooray!

We "tip our hats"to the folks at the
Russellville  location of
Wabash Valley Service Company.
Their fundraiser will help to provide
"Ag in the Classroom" presentations to youth across Lawrence County!

All throughout APRIL we'll
be practicing 
 Habit #7: 
"We learn in lots of ways,
and in many different places!
"




Wednesday, April 4, 2018

It's Strategy, Right?

"Play is often talked about as if it were a
 relief from serious learning.  But, 

for children, play is serious learning. 
Play is really the work of childhood." 

                                                                        ~Fred Rogers

#FunInCreativeLiteracy


All throughout APRIL we'll
be practicing 
 Habit #7: 
"We learn in lots of ways,
and in many different places!
"





Tuesday, April 3, 2018

A Springtime FFA Event

It's not every day that we're
invited to Lawrenceville High School,

as special guests of local FFA members.
Welcomed were PreK through 5th graders!

FFA stands for "Future Farmers
 of America." It's an intracurricular
student 
organization for those interested
 in agriculture and leadership. 

Lucky were we to see familiar faces,
who introduced us to a few "feathered friends."
Members answered questions about their
animals & the care necessary to manage
these creatures, while keeping them healthy.
#OneOfTheFavorites     
That day this friendly
pooch 
seemed to be "in charge!"


Just how BIG is a tractor?
As visitors throughout the day,
including Mrs. McClure's pupils

discovered.....pretty darn big!
#ThanksForTheInvite


All throughout APRIL we'll
be practicing 
 Habit #7: 
"We learn in lots of
ways, and balance feels best!
"



Monday, April 2, 2018

"Leader in Me" Public Victory Celebration

Setting the stage for
introductions, 
thank you Mr. Jennings!
A packed house @ Parkside, yes, yes!
#ExtraLove from our
very own Parkview Jr. High Cheerleaders!
Recognized....one by one,
preschoolers through fifth graders.
Habit #4 Honorees:  Think Win-Win
"I want everyone to be a success.
I don't have to put others down to get what I want.
When a conflict happens, I look for a third solution.
I believe that we all can win!"
Habit #5 Honorees:
Seek First to Understand, Then Be Understood
"I listen to other people's ideas and feelings.
I try to see things from their viewpoints.
I listen to others without interrupting.
I share my opinions and ideas."
Habit #6 Honorees: Synergize
"I know that everyone is good at something.
Everyone needs to get better at something.
We can all learn something from each other.
Working in groups helps create better ideas
than what one person can do alone."

Lots of smiles & surprises......
Good natured fun as well!
#NurturingYoungLeaders
Congratulations to all our pupils who
come together each day, to learn & grow.