Mrs. Wright cheers students on during a “go fishing” relay, just one of many exciting field day activities!
Mrs. LaCroix shows students how to make their own bubble wands during water fun day at HES!
Have you ever counted how many seeds are in a dandelion? Second graders tackled this task while learning about data collection and research techniques with Susie Spikol from the Harris Center!
Third and fourth graders toured the Hancock Historical Society. Students learned about the Town’s history, explored historical artifacts, and even signed a copy of the Declaration of Independence with ink and quill!
HES students showcased their bug hats during the Children and the Arts Parade!
During our third and final STEM Day, students had the chance to use some really fascinating interactive tools such as a 3D interactive augmented reality sandbox (pictured here) and 3D surface water pollution tables. Students learned how water flows from higher elevations to lower elevations, how water can pick up pollutants, and how we effect watersheds on a daily basis.
Miss Harrington’s class loved visiting the Hancock Town Library. Ms. Deb read a story, and then they explored the library in search for the perfect book to check out using their very own library card!
HES students really enjoyed their visit with Jeremy from Xploration! A big thanks to Jen Kiley from the ConVal ATC for making this happen!
Kindergarten students create words out of Wikki Stix!
First Friends preschoolers prepare for kindergarten by practicing how to properly hold a writing tool and form shapes and letters!