Learn about other members of the Dragon Teams - Getting to Know Your Dragons - https://www.smore.com/0z67f
Benefits of working on a project. 1. Reduces Stress and Anxiety. 2. It Improves Mental Sharpness 3. It Improves Communication and Language Abilities Just to name a few.
Reading Reminder for Wednesday, April 7th: Day 7, pp. 62-71, chapter 10 Parent Trivia: When Kona found Stumpy's tree in the park, who was taking care of her babies?
All done but the paint. Pretty Cool. Community member calls to see if we could build this for them. Boom. Thanks Austin King for knocking this out.
The elementary is participating in a community rescue project along with our One school, One book event - Pennies for Ponies. Students' may bring in change for the nonprofit organization, the Shepherd Mountain Horse Rescue. These donations will be used to help with the feeding and care of rescued horses. The Rescue works with horses by rescuing them, rehabbing (feeding and caring for them), and rehoming them when they are fit and well. Thank you so much for your participation in the help of rescuing horses!
What will You learn today? Have a Wonderful Wednesday Dragon Family.😉
Calling all soon to be KINDERGARTEN students who want to attend Mountainburg Elementary in the 2021-2022 school year! Any child who will be 5 years old before August 1st may enroll. Kindergarten registration will be held on two days to accommodate parents and guardians. We can't wait to meet all of the new "little Dragons!" April 20th from 4:30 pm until 7:00 pm April 21st from 8:30 am until 11:00 am. Please use the link below to reserve your registration spot! https://forms.gle/XTWPyGNoRqG1frgq7
It it time to "ROUND UP" all the Pre K students who want to attend Mountainburg Pre K next year! Kindergarten and Pre K will have separate registration dates this year in order to maintain adequate social distancing. Please use the link below to sign up for your registration spot! Pre K registration will be held on May 4th from 4:00 pm until 6:30 pm. Please use the following link to sign up for your spot. https://forms.gle/s8gJXFbf4JKaWE5C8
Hello, Readers! Just in case you need to catch up on any of the chapters of Gooseberry Park, here is a link to the folder of the videos of our Guest Readers reading their assigned chapters. You will be able to access Days 1-5 so far, and tomorrow I will add Day 6 - Chapter 9; read by Kara McCubbin - Mountainburg Public Library Librarian https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-oMxQaiQjJP6CrkpkoT4HaLcy_jzl6Lc?usp=sharing
Reading Reminder: Tonight students will read Day 6, pp. 53 - 61, chapter nine. Happy reading! Parents this is a trivia question for you from chapter seven: What are Kona and Gwendolyn worried about?
How are you standing today Dragons?
Dragon Baseball comes away with the W over Acorn... 10-1! The Dragons and Lady Dragons will face JC Westside at home on Thursday, April 8.
Congratulations to Zane Rutherford for completing his OSHA 10 Certification in Agriculture
Happy Monday Dragons!
Finish Strong! Dragon Weekly - Week of April 5 https://www.smore.com/pkare
🐣Hope you all have a wonderful Easter, Dragon Family! 🐰
Election Day for the proposed millage is May 18. Imagine the benefits to our Dragons! https://www.smore.com/49drg-dragon-strong-community
Have a great day Dragons!
2nd Graders Had a Guidance Class challenge to find different emotions on the faces of friends and family. These 8 students were the first to tell me about different emotions they found.
Adelie Howard exploring the Arkansas State Crime Lab exhibit during her breakout session! #TAKEASTEAMCATION #GOP2021