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Ugly Sweaters…

To celebrate the end of school for 2017 and the beginning of Winter Break, students will be allowed to wear an Ugly Sweater on Tuesday, December 19th if they would like.  Please make sure your child wears it with Standard School Attire on the bottom.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

Lost and Found


Lost and Found is Full!

If your child is missing a coat, hat, mittens, lunch box, etc., please ask them to check lost and found.  It will be donated to a local charity over the Winter break!

Thank you!


Science Fair

Teasley’s SCIENCE FAIR is coming…

Important Dates to Remember

Proposal Forms Extended Due Date: December 15, 2017(Pick these forms up outside of STEM or room 309)

Grades K-5: Project Boards are Due: Friday, January 19, 2018(to the Media Center)

Judging of Science Fair Projects: Monday, January 22, 2018

District Science Fair for Grades 3-5 1st place winners: February 10, 2018

Please contact Laura.kraftschik@cobbk12.org if you have any questions regarding the science fair.

For more information please visit  http://bit.ly/2yRsjrB

“The Best Experiment EVER” -Lana

Hi Parents,

 Over the course of the past two weeks, we have been reading and discussing The Gingerbread Man and all of the variations. Today, we posed the question “Why was the gingerbread man afraid to cross the river?”. We then experimented to see what would happen. We brainstormed/hypothesized what would happen if the gingerbread man were to fall into milk and juice. Finally, we got to taste some gingerbread men!

**Thank you for all of your donations!**

Mrs. T


Movement in the Classroom

Hi Parents,

 Just wanted to keep you aware (always) of what is occurring our classroom and school. You may hear your child discuss “movement in the classroom”. What is this? It is allowing the students to move around so that their brains are able to better learn. Who would have known? Check out this article 🙂


Mrs. T

More Sound Fun

Hi Parents!

 We learned so much about sound! We learned that sound is caused by vibrations that travel through and around objects. We learned that sound can travel through water/liquid, solids, and air. We tested our theories with rulers and rubber bands. Check out our pictures!

Mrs. T

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