Mrs. Howard's class sequenced the steps in how to carve pumpkins in their writing today. They used the order and sequence text structure and sequence words to create their How To writing. Students had to follow steps they outlined on sticky notes as a pre-write activity adjusting steps as needed before creating their long writes. Great job Mrs. Howard's class!
Congratulations to our Lady Leopards softball team! They are headed to Columbus to compete in the state playoffs! We wish you all the best of luck!
While studying the distributive property this week, 3rd grade students completed the Distributive Doctor Activity. This activity helped the students visualize how to effectively use the distributive property to break down a multiplication expression into smaller expressions and get the equal answer. Great job 3rd graders! (Pictured are students from Mrs. Chantay Milford's class)
Red Ribbon Week will be held October 28th-November 1st. This year's theme is "Send a Message. Stay Drug Free."
BCES Spirit Days-
Monday- Make Drugs a Thing of the Past (wear clothes from a past decade)
Tuesday- Too Bright for Drugs (wear your favorite neon colors)
Wednesday- Be a Superhero! Be Drug Free! (Dress as a superhero or wear your favorite hero shirt)
Thursday- We are Sticking Together TO FIGHT AGAINST Drugs (Twin Day- wear the same outfits as your friends)
Friday- Team Up Against Drugs! (Wear your favorite team attire)
Each morning, a Leopard Leader will share with us a fact about Red Ribbon Week along with the question of the day on the morning announcements. Students can write their answers on a piece of paper, their full name, and place in the basket outside Mrs. Jordan's office. Winners will be announced the following morning.