Yesterday was midterm for the first quarter at the elementary and middle schools. It was also the first grade checkpoint for the semester at the high school. Please login to TeacherEase to view your child's current grades. https://www.teacherease.com/
Mrs..Peters' class earned a Flashlight Fun Friday for getting all their Lucky Ducks in the pond!
Mrs. Roedl's students created a fall art project this morning. These are perfect for the first day of fall!
After learning about apples in the classroom, Mrs. Bierman's second grade students completed a Mystery Doug STEM project. The students were trying to engineer an apple picker that would allow them to pick up their paper apples. There were many different designs. Some successful... some not! https://youtube.com/shorts/umwkJow9AJw?feature=share
The schools have an early dismissal tomorrow for a teachers' inservice. Schools dismiss by 12:15 beginning with car riders at 12:05.
Ms. Koonce's kindergarteners painted with watercolors on rainbow day last week. Take a look at some of their artwork!
The Pre-K students in Mrs. Waller and Mrs. Ozier’s classroom had an exciting day today. They were introduced to two new classroom pets, guinea pigs the students later named Chewy and Emma. The students learned how to feed the guinea pigs today because that will be a classroom job in the future. Chewy and Emma appear to be very happy in their new home!
The kindergartners have been reviewing their colors over the past couple of weeks. The students did an outstanding job representing each color on color themed days! Here are a few pictures from their color days. https://youtu.be/KoCFO7iMlEQ
The second graders love to celebrate Fridays!
Today is International Dot Day and the elementary and middle school students wore dots to celebrate. Art students made pictures beginning with a single dot. This day was created to celebrate creativity, courage, and collaberation.
Mrs. Chesnut's first graders were busy working this morning in their reading centers.
The HS Yearbook is hosting a Kid's Night Out on September 30 for Kindergarten through 6th grade. Forms are available at the grade school.
Meyer Twins Art will be offering an after school program for Cumberland elementary and middle school students on Wednesday, September 28, from 3:15-5:15 in the grade school cafeteria. This program has a $25 fee. Attached is a registration form where you can choose one project. The registration deadline is Monday, September 26. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Allison at email@example.com. https://forms.gle/cbGXVALrLUfTsJu88
Mrs. Smyser's 3rd grade class had the chance to investigate a bee theme box from Douglas Heart Nature Center. The students have been learning about bees in reading and science this week.
Mrs. Allison's 1st grade art class explored coloring with warm and cool colors this week!
Mrs. Figgins' 4th graders created paper cup phones to feel the vibrations that allow us to communicate across distances and hear sounds. Students will modify the design of their telephones to see if they can improve the sound quality.
Flag Football information for students in grades 1-3:
Mrs. Bierman's second grade class did some desk drumming for a brain break after working hard this morning! https://youtu.be/ZCeUCPy_YaU
All students in elementary and middle school "walked around the world" with their Raider Keys Passports at the beginning of the year to review the school expectations. Once their passport was filled, they were entered into a raffle drawing. Pictured are our drawing winners and Raiders of the Month.
Mrs. McElravy's 4th grade class did a toothpaste activity yesterday to learn about showing respect in the classroom with the words we choose.