The Rough-Face Girl

Focusing on character, first graders shared in the read aloud The Rough-Face Girl, by Rafe Martin.  This Algonquin Indian Cinderella story, describes the life of

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Coats for Kids

Warm the heart, mind, and soul of a child in the Ozarks by donating your kids’ gently used coats to The Summit lobby. Third grade

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Students have read and learned many things about the Iroquois.  First, they discovered the region where the Iroquois lived, the Northeast Woodlands.  The Iroquois built

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Native Americans

This week students will begin their study of Native Americans. We will explore the diversity of tribal groups throughout North America, beginning with the Northeast

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First Grade Food Drive

First grade students will be leading a Food Drive to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest. The Food Bank reaches 20,000 people weekly as it serves 300

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How Full Is Your Bucket?

Today we discussed the November character education word of the month, caring.  Students talked about what caring means to them, centering on the idea of

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Finishing Touches

This was certainly a busy and exciting week in first grade.  Despite the many distractions, students were hard at work preparing for the end of

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Pajama Day

First Grade Pajama Day will  be Monday, November 7th.  Students may wear their pajamas to school.  Please wear shoes appropriate for the playground. Thanks to

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