In Science, 3rd graders are studying the different layers of soil. They made soil cups to represent the different layers of soil and discovered the best soil to plant crops. Soil Property Pudding Cups are a fun and delicious way to help kids learn and remember the four soil types. This is such a fun hands-on activity for the kids to do! Great job Mrs. Rylee, Mrs. Madden, and Mrs. Milford's classes!
KONA ICE will be at BCES ON Friday, February 28, 2020 from 11 am- 1:15 pm. Remember to send money for KONA ICE! The proceeds will support our school-wide PBIS program. There are sugar free options available if needed.
$2 Kiddie Kona $3 Classic Kona $4 King Kona $5 Souvenir Cup
($3 to refill your souvenir cup that you bring from home)
We are needing toilet paper or paper towel rolls (the cardboard part in the middle) for a behavior reward activity on March 6. Please send in 1-3 rolls with your student. We also invite anyone from the community to drop off rolls in our front office. Thank you so much for your help!
Mrs. Millwood and Mrs. Peppers’ classes used the STEM lab today in order to further investigate how light and sound works. Students rotated through 5 centers (Monster Tag, Refraction Discovery, Material Sort, Laser Show, and Voice Memo Check). The students deepened their understanding of key vocabulary such as translucent, transparent, opaque, reflection, refraction, wavelength, and amplitude.
Students in Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Poole, and Mrs. Peppers’s classes have been learning about technical texts. Last week, the students wrote their own technical text on how to either make a PB&J (grilled or regular) or a grilled cheese. They then read their texts for the teachers to make their sandwiches. After they were made they then got to enjoy them. They had a blast applying what they learned with an every day task.
Fourth grade students are currently studying light and sound in their Science classes. To further their investigative skills on these two topics, Mr. Fuller set up a “Light & Sound Lab” in the Media Center. Students were able to rotate from station to station to learn more about how light and sound is impacted by the pitch, amplitude, or even material it is traveling through. A huge thank you to Mr. Fuller for making this awesome lab possible!
Martin/Hart Saydee Romero (back)
Blackmon/Loggins Molly Baker (back)
Carnes Riddhi Patel (back)
Beasley/Venable Benjamin Bates (back)
Goodwin Ella Whitlock (back)
Turk William Segars (front)
Vandiver Mark Grier (front)
McGowan Yatziri Cayetano-Basilio (front)
Crenshaw Lena Parker (front)
Cornett Kade Schofield (back)
Chitwood/Evans Nathan Terry (back)
Gilreath/Askew Brennan Thomas (back)
Spear Bonnie Dance (back)
Millwood/Peppers Leo Pantoja (back)
Purcell Cole Chitwood (front)
Strickland Savannah Purcell (front)
Book Addison Coleman (front)
Williams Lane Montgomery (front)
Angel Mason McCoy (back)
Crabbe Mason Hurd (back)
Fuschetti Autumn Castonguay (back)
Morris Matthew Roger (back)
Pruitt Aliegha Collier (back)
Howard Wanye Holcomb (front)
Rylee Cameron Fouts (front)
Elrod Seaton Trotter (front)
Milford Aidan Beasley (Absent)
Ryals/Charles Raelynn Rice (front)