Meet ALL the teachers!

Do you ever wonder who some of those teachers are? You know the name, but do not know to whom it belongs. Now is your chance to learn!  Scan the QR code below and it will take you to a series of videos on which many of your Keheley teachers tell you why they love being here every day.  If you do not have a QR code scanner, go to

You can explore and learn all about us!  Leave us some happy feedback so that we all know you love us as much as we love you.

Welcome back!

Welcome back everyone! I hope you spent lots of time reading and used Biblionasium a lot! In order to log in, you will need to use your student number and password. Remember to put your minutes read in to the website.

I can’t wait to share some of the books I read this summer and I especially cannot wait to hear what you read!  Here’s what I did all summer long…

Get a head start on the reading bowl books!

This year, we are asking everyone to read all 10 books for reading bowl! Getting a head start on the books will help you in the fall AND you can include them on your summer reading minutes.

Attached below is a link to the list of books for grades 4-5.  You are welcome to read any others you would like; however, we will not be using those for reading bowl.

Happy reading!



Summer Reading!

Join us for Cobb Summer Reading!  Cobb County Schools is again partnering with Cobb Public Libraries for summer reading.  Students who read at least 1500 minutes (and log them here), will be recognized in the Keheley Learning Commons when school is back in session.   Go to to read more about it and to get started!  Students will use their student number and school computer password to log in.  Questions?  Click here to email Mrs. Dupuis

Book Club returns!

Book Club is back!

Hey, 4th and 5th graders! Have you been missing book club?  Sign up for our next book club meeting, read the book with us, answer some questions, and then go see a movie to celebrate finishing the book!  All you have to do is sign up here:



We will meet for the first time on Thursday Feb 15, from 2:30-3:15pm to explain how and what we are doing.  We can’t wait for you to join us!

Mrs. Dupuis and Ms. Judd

If you would like to purchase it for yourself, click on this link!







Lego Build Competition

Baker Elementary is hosting a Lego Build Competition on February 2, 2018. It’s open to all students 2nd-12th grade with prizes for all levels.  Details and registration can be found by clicking on the picture below:



3D Christmas Trees


4th and 5th grade are working on being crafty.  Today we made 3D Christmas Trees, or at least started on them. They are complicated, require a good bit of folding and PATIENCE.

Here is the link, if you want to make a few of your own!

We also worked on making paper snowflakes.  Here is the video for that:


Happy making!

Makerspace 2017 is off!

This week we opened Makerspace to students.  They come in one morning a week, depending on grade level and work on projects.  This week, they created bookmarks, made a Flipgrid presentation on Makerspace rules, and created a large drawing of outer space.

We are working toward being independent, and making more things that they can take home since they love to do that.

Next week, we will add some STEM bins that students can work on independently.

Watch here for more fun information and pictures!