3rd & 4th Grade Lego Club. 1st and 2nd Grade Club is coming soon! These unique designs are completely up to the designers imagination. No Lego kits were used.
Superintendent, Kimberly Saunders, helping a student finish his school work during a recent visit to PES.
Certificates are being awarded to students modeling outstanding examples of behavior that is Respectful, Safe & Kind. Students then get to have the certificates stamped in the office and decorate a paw print that will be displayed in the gym. Once the goal is reached, we will have an all school celebration.
First grade enjoyed an ornament making workshop on Tuesday. The students visited each of the four classrooms for a different holiday project. The ornaments were all made with simple classroom and household items to reinforce the importance of reusing and recycling!
3rd Grade making Gingerbread Houses.
Mrs. Hasting’s 3rd Grade Class in their best jammies. They were able to watch a movie and eat popcorn.
They had a very fun morning and are looking forward to doing super secret work for Santa this afternoon!
Mrs. Gordon’s 3rd Grade class creating “Sneaky Pete” with Janet Altobello from the Harris Center. He will be sitting outside the third grade wing with a tray of birdseed to attract winter birds for observation.
Mrs. Iwanowicz and students taking a break from sledding at recess. Winter may have already begun, but that means early sledding fun!
Fourth graders trace the flow of Nubanusit Brook from Hancock to Peterborough on topographic and cloth maps as part of their Land And Water Study.
Ben Conant Read More: Harris Center and PES 4th Graders
Halloween at PES.
Second and Third Grade classes visited two local retirement communities in costume, staff wore costumes, students participated in the annual costume parade through downtown Peterborough and then had class parties. Even Bobby, our school mascot made an appearance!