Ms. Ambrosini’s class enjoyed a Pollinator Unit with the Harris Center.
Families & friends are invited to help say farewell to our 4th graders.
This week we celebrated National Principal’s Day. Here is the video that was made to help convey how much he is appreciated at PES.
Favorite Athlete or Character Day
Wacky Hair Wednesday
Hawaiian Beach Day
School Color Day
This whole-school event celebrates art and provides students with a variety of art/learning activities throughout the day. Read More: Art Day
Ms. Towne’s class presents at Morning Meeting this morning, including a student who led the Pledge of Allegiance for the student body.
Hands-On Family Nutrition Workshop
Hosted by: Title 1 and Nutritionist, Tiffany Calcutt
The workshop Focused on the topic of healthy breakfast foods that kids can make themselves! This was a wonderful opportunity to learn about the
practice of eating well and the positive aspects of nutrition in our everyday hectic lives.
Students are dissecting owl pellets in Mrs. Hastings’ class today. Hands-on Science is a great way to kick off our study of local birds! Read More: Dissecting Owl Pellets
We invited the Conval High School National Honor Society students to read a story and provide a connected activity; thirty-five high school students joined us. 35! It was awesome. Each classroom had 2, 3, or more high school students sharing their love of reading and sharing stories with our students.
As part of a unit on Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War, 2nd and 4th graders were visited by Dick Dunning (who is part of the NH 6th reenactment group) who answered questions and shared items and “stories” about life during the war. This was a wonderful hands-on experience for the students.