Renaissance Fair

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Sixth graders participated in the Renaissance Fair. They researched and wrote about people who lived during the Renaissance. They were also able to learn a dance from that time period.  
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Shanlee Arnold

One Hundred Days

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2nd grade celebrated 100's day in good "old" fashion! Students came dressed up like they were 100 years old and some dressed up like you would 100 years ago!

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Megan Oropeza

Winter Art and Poetry

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Mrs. Gonzalez class along with the other 4th grades has learned to write diamanté poems. We had a fun and beautiful snowflake art project to go with the Snow poem. Some Diamonte  poems start and end the same. Others choose to make them end opposite. Either way we get lost of fun practice using adjectives, verbs, & nouns.

  
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Diana Gonzalez

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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The past few weeks 3rd grade has been celebrating one of our nation's heroes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We haven been working on writing our own biographies about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and added a fun "pop art" project to portray this great man! The prompt that they responded to was, "How has Martin Luther King Jr. changed our world for the better?" It's been a really fun couple of weeks learning about all he did for our nation, and his fight for equality. He truly did change our world for the better and is a bright example of kindness and bravery to stand up for what is right.
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Austin Taylor