Each spring, our friends from the Cornucopia Project bring horticulture lessons to PES with hands-on farming projects. Our students learn about where food comes from, what healthy food looks and tastes like, and how to start their own garden.
Mrs. Christensen’s class thinks kindness is…
Here are some examples from the Children and the Arts Mini event in Putnam Park.
To build and maintain community despite having 3 distinct pods at PES, every Friday morning Mr. Pimental hosts a virtual all-school meeting where we recognize students, celebrate birthdays, share stories, play games, sing, and share the joke of the day. It is one of the highlights of the week.
Peterborough Elementary School is inviting parents and staff to a virtual family engagement event focused on social emotional learning, facilitated by Dr. Howard Muscott, the Director of the NH Center for Effective Behavior Supports for Southeastern Regional Education Service Center. Dr. Muscott has set aside some time for PES families on Tuesday, May 25th. He is offering 3 virtual sessions (they are all the same) during this day in order to make it convenient for you (10:00AM,
Mrs. Topping’s first grade class experienced their first garden day by getting their hands dirty.