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Volunteers Still Needed!

We are still in need of a few volunteers for field day! Please sign up at:



Field Day

Field Day is May 27!

A few important things to know:

-2’nd through 7’th graders should wear their PE uniform (pk-1 your teacher will let you know what to wear)

-Put on sunscreen in the morning at home- we will be outside all morning!

-Field day will be finished around 11:00 am. You are welcome to come sign your child out after this. All students not picked up will help their teachers clean up their classroom for the end of the year.

-For any student who stays- there will be NO HOT LUNCH. Please pack a lunch!

-Volunteers are needed for this day. Please sign up:

Art Update

Elementary ART

Students listened to the stories Where Do Balloons Go and When I Was Little by Jamie Lee Curtis.  They responded to the stories by drawing where they thought a balloon could go if they set it free and created a drawing of themselves when they were little.  We will work on two more stories with their own unique illustrations next week.

Middle School ART

Students will put the finishing touches on their Aboriginal Animal Paintings.

Art & Music Update

ART: Pre-K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade

Students color and draw pictures of Mother Mary.

ART: 2nd-8th Grade

Students complete Aboriginal Animal Paintings.

MUSIC: Pre-K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade

Students sing-a-long with Dr. Jean & Friends.

MUSIC 2-4th Grade

Students illustrate musical lyrics.

MUSIC 5-8th Grade

Students complete a review of reading music and musical scales using Brain Pop.

Tennessee Facts!

Today we had the opportunity to team up with the 7th graders to learn some interesting facts about our home state of Tennessee! 7th graders and 4th graders both learn about Tennessee history, and it was great to be able to work together! The students placed many different symbols on a HUGE map of Tennessee. Each symbol represented something significant about our state, including animals that live here, crops and natural resources from Tennessee, and historical landmarks! Then the students completed a scavenger hunt about all the symbols on the map! Ask your 4th grader about some of Tennessee’s awesome claims to fame!

Map 3      Map 2     Map 1     Map 4