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Number Fair!!!

Since the beginning of school we have been learning all about the numbers 1 through 10. This seem simple but they have learned more than recognizing and counting to that number. Students have practiced recognizing without having to count, learning what numbers look like in different configurations like curricular and scattered, they have learned how to build them using hidden partners, and more. For each number students can write number . . .

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BOOK FAIR COMING OCTOBER 17-23

Students will soon be bringing home a book list which highlights many of the books available at the annual Marshall Library Book Fair. During October 17-23 students will have the opportunity to visit the Book Fair. The Book Fair will be open to parents during Parent Teacher Conference time so that parents may view the books before or after conferences. Parents will want to look over the book list with their student to plan his/her . . .

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Fabulous Fall in Fifth Grade!

  Fifth Grade in the Fall always means fun times!   Old Iron Days in Fredonia is always a highlight for our students, and this year was no exception.  Students in Mrs. Hosack's classroom prepared for their trip by getting to see and hold some antique tools and everyday items such as:  a hair receiver, wool carder and a buffalo hide scale.  They were excited to try their hand at wool carding and impressed . . .

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Tornado TV

      Fourth Hour Video Editing class will be making video announcements throughout the semester. Hopefully they will be informative and mildly entertaining. We will be shifting from a weekly show to a monthly show.            

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Information Skills Class Completes Research Project on Four-Day School Week

         The eighth grade Information Skills class has been working on an argumentative research project to determine if it is beneficial for schools to change from the traditional five-day school week to a four-day schedule.  Although this trend seems to be spreading across the United States, before joining new trends one must first determine what the change will mean in the long . . .

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Favorite Fourth Grade FUN!

Wow! Doesn’t seem possible that one fourth of the school year has been completed already. Fourth grade has been kept very busy with academics and other outside field trips and activities. Take time to read all of the fun and interesting things we’ve been doing.   Fall Decorating Fourth Graders worked on Monday, October 1st at the Greenwood County Courthouse Lawn to create a fall display for . . .

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