Mrs. Benkert's class is MARCHing through science and math.
Mr. Gusler’s second grade practicing their graphing skills with Lucky Charms in celebration of St. Patricks Day!
Mrs.Somer's class participated in Students Leading Students presentation that helped students learn how to make healthy choices.
Mrs. Somers' and Mrs. McKee's classes celebrate the end of their informational writing, by sharing with each other.
Mrs. Somers' science class collaborated with Mrs. Hescott from Dow to explore how chemical reactions make new substances.
Mrs Helmreich’s Third Graders had a guest reader today for March is Reading Month! State Representative Rodney Wakeman shared stories with the class and spoke of the importance of making mental images to help us comprehend what we read! Thank you State Representative Wakeman for visiting us today!
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Don’t sweat it, just READ! Tomorrow is our March is Reading Month kick off at the elementary. Wear sweat pants and prepare to read.
Mrs Henning’s fifth grade scientists designed and engineered hydro garden (no soil) systems after analyzing plant growth data to determine what plants need to grow. After several weeks of growing time and design improvements these hydro gardens have yielded successful plants and bean seed pods to complete the plant life cycle.
Congratulations to Mr. Shaw and the 6th and 7th grade bands as they performed an amazing concert this evening. Keep up the hard work!
Fun Family Event- April 5th & 6th
Freeland Elementary Families~ Below is the link to our School Improvement survey. Your input and feedback is extremely valuable, so if you could complete this by March 1st, we would greatly appreciate it! http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/3008801
Elementary Art Show April 9th
Mrs. Henning's 5th grade science students designed and built water filtration devices today to investigate how different materials such as rocks, pebbles, sand, sponges, and cotton balls could work to clean water. The challenge also required that students redesign and rebuild their devices to strive for water filtering improvements. Many students claimed their filtered water was clean enough to drink!
6th grade PALSS attended Delta for a presentation by Temple Grandin today. Dr. Grandin is a professor, world-renowned author and prominent name in the field of autism.
Elementary students celebrated Valentine’s Day during individual classroom activities. Second grade, Mr. Gusler’s class, looks like they had fun.
Mrs. Somers’ 5th grade class enjoyed a hands on activity. Student groups had to represent one of Earth’s systems and use their knowledge of these systems to explain how change occurred.
Additional Volleytuff Photos
VolleyTuff Lunch Event