Jan 18

Mrs. Militello's class is turning their room into a Winter Wonderland! The students have assorted shapes, glue and lots of glitter for making decorations shine. All the pictures are on Mrs. Militello's Teacher Page!

Jan 15

Our youngest Chargers are learning and exploring every day! Pk-3 students express themselves artistically using cotton swabs to paint, while 4-year-olds set goals for the New Year, flip frogs and enjoy learning through play.  Visit our Preschool Teacher Pages!

Jan 11

Our PK-4 students got busy this week making penguins! With the help of their teachers and aides they created this winter wonderland bulletin board for the office lobby. It will bring cheer to all this January. Well done!

Dec 23

4th graders and PK 4 students had a chance to exchange Christmas cards today!

Dec 17

On December 17 Early Childhood teachers presented their combined Early Childhood Christmas Program, including students in PK-3, PK-4, and Kindergarten. There were 105 students! The program began with Prepare the Way of the Lord by the Sibling Sinfonia, The Early Childhood Singers performed 7 charming songs of Advent and Christmas, to the delight of all families and guests.  View our Gallery, which includes 5 videos!
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Dec 13

Mrs. Kirchen's studnets are learning about Advent and Jesus' birth.


Dec 7

What a busy week the preschoolers have had. There was a Gingerbread Man on the loose! Fortunately, after wanted posters advertised the missing G-Man, he was captured.Turns out he was a very sweet guy. (More on Mrs. Kirchen's Page!)
The 4th graders visited their buddies in Mrs. Boockmeier's room to accomplished an important task: help write letters to Santa. Well done, 4th grade!

Dec 7

This week the children put on their "scientists " hat and predicted what would happen to candy cane if placed  in a jar with tap water, bubbly water, and vinegar. Our predictions included sink, float, explode, melt, and turn pink. We had fun watching the changes until the candy canes disappeared.

Dec 7

Mrs. Boockmeier's PK4 Class participated in this years Christmas Angel Project. Thanks to the generosity of our classroom families, we were able to purchase some wonderful gifts for our children, a one year old girl and a three year old boy. We enjoyed seeing all the things they will be receiving on Christmas morning!

Dec 7

Mrs. Boockmeier's PK4 Class had a surprise visit from a very special person today! It was Mrs. Claus! Since Santa is so busy, (well, so is Mrs. Claus for that matter), but she was still able to take some time to help Santa out today to get more info from students to find out if there were any last minute Christmas wishes!