Kindergartners practice making letters using blocks.
First graders had to design, plan, and build a gingerbread house. They had very creative approaches to the challenges they faced, which resulted in some unique gingerbread structures.
Students and staff enjoyed a fun-filled holiday craft day!
When the weather is cold and snowy, sometimes you just need to get comfy and curl up with a good book!
First Graders surprised us with their very own Macy’s Day parade. We saw many “floats” including an owl, the Grinch, Clifford the Big Red Dog, and many more adorable and creative floats!
Third graders showed off their artistic abilities during creations of 3-D bird pictures. Thank you, Jeannie, for coming in and helping make these amazing projects!
Jeannie Connolly worked with fourth grade students to make unique New Hampshire folders to use in class!
Marcia and Mark Wilson introduced students to many types of owls including the Barred owl (pictured here), a Snowy owl, 2 Screech owls, a Great Horned owl, and a Northern Saw-Whet owl.
Mrs. Nevins’ 4th grade class experimented making colorful volcanoes out of lemons!
Second Graders and Kindergartners work together, reading stories and learning from one another.