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September 2019

Chalk Fest 2019

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Mon, 09/30/2019 - 20:16
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Chalk Fest 2019

C H A L K  F E S T • 2 0 1 9

Chalk fest was amazing! We have so much talent and creativity in our community. Everyone had a great time. Westside Elementary Community & PTA did a fabulous job!  We also met our 2nd level goal!

Be a Buddy

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Mon, 09/30/2019 - 18:42
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Lori Nielsen
Be a Buddy

Max Blazer is working on a 6th grade project challenging students to "Be a BUDDY not a bully."

STEM Lesson on Seasons

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Thu, 09/26/2019 - 16:28
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Susan Crook
STEM Lesson on Seasons

The 6th graders participated in a STEM lesson where they learned about seasons. The lamps in the middle simulated the sun and there were four globes orbiting the sun simulating the earth in each of the four seasons. Students collected data regarding the amount of light reaching the solar panels on the Northern and Southern Hemispheres on each globe to determine which season each globe represented. It was a great lesson!

Chalk Fest 2019

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Tue, 09/24/2019 - 05:26
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Westside PTA
Chalk Fest 2019

The 4th annual Chalk Fest is coming up on FRIDAY (9.27.2019) !!! This is a FAVORITE! For those who don’t know, Chalk Fest is part of our PTA donation drive each year! To register, donate $20 and indicate on your donation form, or online, that you’d like to take part in Chalk Fest. That donation reserves you one square of sidewalk at the school and a box of chalk for you to create something wonderful!

International Dot Day

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Fri, 09/20/2019 - 19:00
International Dot Day

"Imagine the power and potential of millions of people around the world connecting, collaborating, creating and celebrating all that creativity inspires and invites. I hope you will join the growing global community of creativity champions using their talents, gifts and energy to move the world to a better place."

Peter H. Reynolds

After reading, "The Dot," Mrs. Wafford celebrated National Dot Day by having students in the Library make their marks and Mrs. Haymond's second graders created their own dots.

#InternationalDotDay

 

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