Final Days of School 2018
Dress Up Day Book Reports
Students working hard on a Native American Project.
We reviewed a Reading unit by playing the game Connect Four.
We are discussing Native Americans in North Dakota Studies and a student showed us her Pow Wow dress and how she danced.
We traveled to Minot State University on February 20 to attend their Science Open House. The students enjoyed the Chemistry Magic Show as well as other rooms with interesting displays. They included geology anatomy, physics and chemistry. Thanks to Mrs. Staus for joining us.
On Friday, Sept. 1 we went outside and the students drew the crops that were raised by the Mandan Indians. Ask them how the Mandan Indians protected their crops
On Friday, September 8 we played football to review Math, Science, and ND Studies.
On Sept. 11 the sixth and fourth grades went to the 911 ceremony at the International Peace Garden. We then enjoyed the flowers and cacti.
Today we went to the elevator and Mr. Holien gave us a tour and popcorn. It was interesting to find out how the elevator works.
Playing Twister Math Review for Addition and Subtraction. It was a great time, especially when we got to throw our paper snowballs at Mr. Reiser!
QR code readers being used to practice Math.
The fourth and fifth graders attended Safety Day at Rock Lake School on Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017
Students wrote a paragraph about what superpower they would want. Here are some pictures showing them reading their writing.
Lab Learner lab. Students go to the lab once a week and work on a science lab. This time they are investigating how matter interacts.