April 2019 archive

Technology Tip Tuesday

This week’s tip is a reminder about the PASS partnership with the Cobb public library system. For more information, click here to visit the public library’s site! This is a great resource as we start thinking about summer reading in the next few weeks.

Learning Commons Updates

For checkout, please remember that many of the upcoming days the LC will be closed during the day due to testing. Morning check out from 7:15-7:50 will still be open! All first grade classes were able to complete their first breakout edu this week! Pete the Cat has lost his magic sunglasses, but our first grade classes were able to help him find them!

Also, the fourth nine weeks Biblionasium challenge has started! It will end May 10th! Log and read seven books to complete the challenge for an individual prize, and the grade level that logs the most books will receive a pizza party!

We will continuously need donations through the end of the year and next year!   Think about donations similar to the STEM lab! Feel free to donate art supplies, duct tape, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, plastic baggies, rubber bands, straws, glue, cotton balls, string and plastic cups! If you can create something out of it, then consider donating it! Donations will be going on year-round, and you can drop off donations in the learning commons. Thank you in advance for your help with this!

Technology Tip Tuesday

Learning Commons Updates

For checkout, please remember that many of the upcoming days the LC will be closed during the day due to testing. Morning check out from 7:15-7:50 will still be open!

Also, the fourth nine weeks Biblionasium challenge has started! It will end May 10th! Log and read seven books to complete the challenge for an individual prize, and the grade level that logs the most books will receive a pizza party!

We will continuously need donations for the makerspace as well! Think about donations similar to the STEM lab! Feel free to donate art supplies, duct tape, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, plastic baggies, rubber bands, straws, glue, cotton balls, string and plastic cups! If you can create something out of it, then consider donating it! Donations will be going on year-round, and you can drop off donations in the learning commons. Thank you in advance for your help with this!

Technology Tip Tuesday

For this week’s technology tip, we are reminding students and parents of the makerspace and items needed. While the makerspace isn’t open during testing, it will be open when the LC isn’t used for testing and after testing is over. We will continuously need donations for the makerspace as well! Think about donations similar to the STEM lab! Feel free to donate art supplies, duct tape, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, plastic baggies, rubber bands, straws, glue, cotton balls, string and plastic cups! If you can create something out of it, then consider donating it! Donations will be going on year-round, and you can drop off donations in the learning commons. Thank you in advance for your help with this!

Also, a big thank you to all families who donated! We have been able to create some wonderful projects already this year!

Learning Commons Updates

Monday, April 8th was be our last maker Monday. We hope to continue with maker Mondays next school year! The makerspace will still be open on days when the LC isn’t being used for testing.

For checkout, please remember that many of the upcoming days the LC will be closed during the day. Morning check out from 7:15-7:50 will still be open!

Also, the fourth nine weeks Biblionasium challenge has started! It will end May 10th! Log and read seven books to complete the challenge for an individual prize, and the grade level that logs the most books will receive a pizza party!

We will continuously need donations for the makerspace as well! Think about donations similar to the STEM lab! Feel free to donate art supplies, duct tape, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, plastic baggies, rubber bands, straws, glue, cotton balls, string and plastic cups! If you can create something out of it, then consider donating it! Donations will be going on year-round, and you can drop off donations in the learning commons. Thank you in advance for your help with this