In conjunction with the current unit they’re studying, a memoir called Night, the students in English 12 attended a Holocaust field trip called “Searching for Humanity”. Here they toured an exhibit, watched a video about local survivors and liberators, and listened to a survivor speak. The students learned so much and were touched and grateful for the experience.
The 6th graders’ Trout in the Classroom project sponsored by the Nebraska Games and Parks Commission is underway! About 160 rainbow trout eggs arrived on the 13th. The first eggs hatched three days sooner than our predicted date of Jan. 22nd. We’ll continue to research and investigate the trout life cycle and anatomy as they grow large enough to be released to a stock pond at the AkSarBen Aquarium in May. We shared a close up look at newly hatched alevins with our pre-school reading buddies.
Family Game Night was a success. Everyone had a lot of fun playing all the different games. Many families purchased games at the end of the night. These purchases contributed money toward providing new games for our school
If you did not attend and still want to help out our school, you can go to www.shopcrtoys.com and enter the code: fc2016. Using the code will give our school credit and shipping will be free, since your purchase will be delivered to the school. You must make your online purchase by February 1, 2016. The games will arrive in time for Valentines Day!
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Photos courtesy of Joe Burns, Enterprise Publishing.
Early Childhood Developmental Screening
For ALL Children
Birth through 5 years
Areas Screened Include: Communication, Social, Self-Help, Fine & Gross Motor
Where: Fort Calhoun Elementary
When: Friday, January 29th
For more information or to make an appointment call:
Malachi King, 7th grader, was selected for the UNO Middle School honor choir held on February 8, 2016. Over 180 7th and 8th graders from across the state auditioned for the honor choir, and Malachi was one of 100 selected to participate. The honor choir students rehearsed all day on Friday with guest conductor Frank Watkins who currently is a music teacher at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Clair, and is an Omaha native. The day ended with a final concert open to the public where the middle school honor choir performed all five songs they had been working on throughout the day. Students selected for this honor choir were responsible for learning most of the music on their own over winter break in preparation for this day and came together on Friday to rehearse and create beautiful music together.
Join us at the Elementary School for lots of fun with family and friends on Monday, January 18 from 6-8 pm. CR Toys will have games that teach important skills and promote quick thinking available for everyone to play. The games are available for order and every purchase contributes towards new games for our school. This evening of fun is absolutely free and there is no pressure to purchase any games! If you are unable to attend, there is an option to purchase games on line through their website, www.shopcrtoys.com and use the code fc2016. The code provides free shipping for your order and credits our school.