8th grade members of the Jr. Beta Club recently baked Christmas cookies for the gentlemen at the Isaiah House. Pictured are two 8th grade members who helped.
Last week North Washington’s Second Grade classes enjoyed a trip to the Lexington Children’s Theater to see “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.” It was a great show; students, parents, and staff all had a great time!
Students with perfect attendance in the month of October got to put their hand prints on our school walls!
The Mobile Dairy Classroom was a great real-world learning experience for all of our students! Students from Preschool to 8th Grade got to see Jett the Jersey cow and Megan Bailey with Southland Dairy Farmers. They learned about milk production, nutrition, dairy cattle, farm operations, and careers in the agricultural industry.
Mrs. Blanton’s Algebra students enjoy their graphing activity.
Mrs. Carney’s 7th grade students have been applying their argumentative writing skills by writing a letter to our school SBDM Council arguing whether students should have recess. They have utilized argumentative appeals, claims, and counter-claims, and also practiced their peer revision skills by helping each other improve their writing.
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North Washington second graders have been busy studying seed germination and measuring mass with pan balances in Mrs. Cathy Burns’ classes!
Mr. Dugger recently had the privilege of meeting New York Times best-selling author Rita Williams-Garcia, keynote speaker at the 2017 Ohio Kentucky Indiana Children’s Literature Conference. Her novel One Crazy Summer won the 2011 Newbery Honor Award, the Coretta Scott King Award, and the Scott O’Dell Award for Historical Fiction.