Mrs. Tew brought in 3 caterpillars and milkweed into Miss Sheets’ class the first week of school. The caterpillars ate, and ate. Soon, they climbed to the top of the cage and hung on by silk and started to make their cocoons. It took ten days for them to become butterflies. Two of the butterflies were girls and one was a boy. One of the girl butterflies was a Queen butterfly and the rest were Monarchs. The queen butterfly has a darker color than the monarch butterflies and more white spots. Did you know that?
by: Elisabeth James
Monday: "Veg Pledge" day— PTA will be in the front of the school with a sign up sheet that kids can sign; students will receive a small prize if they commit to eating a fruit or vegetable a day for the entire week. The class with the highest percentage of participation will receive a prize.
Tuesday: Pajama day—To promote healthy sleeping habits.
Meadow Brook Students and Parents,
We are very excited to announce the Meadow Brook Children’s Choir. Heather Johnson will be
running the program again this year. For now, the choir will be for 5th and 6th grade students, with the
possibility of opening it up to other grades in the future. We will have a fall choir and spring choir.
Your child has the option to sign up for fall choir, spring choir, or they can sign up for the full year. The
cost will be $10 for either fall or spring choir and there will be a discounted cost of $15 for those
Sixth grade students at Meadow Brook Elementary worked hard to build hot air balloons. They were only given 24 pieces of tissue paper, a glue stick, scissors, ruler, pencil, and a notebook to make the balloons with. They were also told that some ideas may not work, but that is how you learn the most.
First, the students formed groups. Our group came up with Sailing Sea theme for our hot air balloon. It was shaped like an upside down water bottle. Each group had to pass off their team’s design to their teacher.