Saturday, November 7, 2015

MYERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL students learn about math's relation to art

The students at Myers Elementary School have begun learning about math and how it relates to art. Students are studying famous artists and using rulers, protractors and compasses to explore art.

HOLLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL fifth-graders celebrate PBIS

Fifth-grade students from Mrs. Wensorski's and Mrs. Stewart's class at Holland Elementary School are celebrating the end of the month reward for positive behavior. Students are making autumn ornaments to take home.

RANDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL little ones enjoy parade, candy corn count

Mrs. Holstein's kindergarten class at Randall Elementary School had a spooky good time on October 30. They participated in the school “Spooktacular” parade and then had more fun with hands-on activities in the class, one of which included a candy corn count project. 

RANDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Can you pick yourself out? (Over 20 photos)

October was plenty of fun at Randall Elementary School, including plenty of costumes, parades and parties. Here is a photo album of some of those great times … can you pick yourself out?


Here are photographs of the Eureka Heights Elementary School third-grade parenting session.

MCDOWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL poem celebrates Halloween fun

Waldo to minions, McDowell Elementary School had it all.
Halloween turned out great, we all had a ball!

There were many a superhero, and lots of princesses too.
We paraded around, smiled and yelled boo!

There were great parties, yummy food – there was a lot.
Thank you to the families and kids for all the help that we got!

Thursday, November 5, 2015

SIXTH GRADE ACADEMY'S Harvest Fest fills the halls

Harvest Fest was a big success at The Sixth Grade Academy!

On October 27 The Sixth Grade Academy held its First Annual Harvest Fest.  More than 25 community clubs, organizations and businesses had tables filled with literature, make–and-takes and free items, set up throughout the hallways. 

Nursing students from The University of Detroit Mercy were on hand during the day and evening volunteering. In addition the Book Fair was open for families to purchase items.   

The fest was a great time was enjoyed by students, families and staff.  The academy plans to have another event in the spring – naturally, it’ll be time for “Spring Fling!”