Steve Swinburne, Author & Photographer, visited PES yesterday. He has published more than thirty nonfiction books for young readers. Steve makes his living traveling, writing, photographing and visiting schools to share his adventures with students and teachers.
Mrs. Topping’s class donned their architect hats last week. As part of their engineering unit they read, Twenty-One Elephants and Still Standing by April Jones Prince. It tells the true story of the 14 year construction of the Brooklyn Bridge. At first,
On Friday, May 18th we celebrated our year long effort to help our sister school, Horace O’Bryant Elementary, in Key West Florida. They continue to recover from the effects of Hurricane Irma. We raised over $1200, with various activities throughout this school year. Read More: Pirate Day
The Third graders went to Watch for bird’s with the Harris Center this week. Here are a few pictures from Mrs. Hasting’s & Mrs. Gordon’s Classes.
Perfect spring weather greeted PES gardeners on Tuesday. Cornucopia teachers Kathleen, Lauren and Master Gardener Peggy first led the students in an activity to correctly sequence the story of the life cycle of a seed. The students then cooperated to transplant kale and lettuce seedlings. Spinach, pea shoots, carrots,
PES first graders had a busy time in the gardens on Tuesday, May 15. The rain held off just long enough for all classes to complete their sessions outside. Each class participated in a scavenger hunt finding cards that represented all the things that plants need to thrive.