Mr. John Fox, from Seattle, came to talk with us today about life, school and yo yos. He showed us lots of different trick to do with a common yoyo. Mr. Baker remembers his yo yo years when he was young. John even taught a couple of our guy students how to curtsy. We all had a great time. Yo yos are being sold out of the school office for the next week. Ask your student about the pitrate flag (the scull and crossbones).
Friday, November 19, 2010
The 6th grade under Mrs. Schaller's watchful eye have been growing fall vegetables. Today they made the final picking. Cabbage, broccoli and fall lettuce were on the harvest list. Now to find a way to get kids to eat the wonderful things they were able to grow. They are still not sure about the okra???
The yearbook committee - 8th Grade and Mr. Wanner wanted to have the kids form the letters of our school for possible use as our 2011 yearbook cover photo. Mr Baker was sent to the roof top and the children were arranged to spell out SLS. It was a beautiful day.
This Wednesday the 4th grade and Mr. Heilman presented the weekly chapel service. The theme of the chapel was avoid being "spiritually tired and / or tired. The 4th grade students also shared their musical talents with the rest of the school.
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Today during chapel, our advanced violin class participated in worship! The students were directed by violin teacher, Mrs. Liz Kehl. SLS offers both a beginning and an advanced violin class. Currently 12 students, ranging from first through third grade, participate in violin instruction.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
We could not be prouder of our girls who traveled to the state tournament and won the bronze division, won top spot on the "idol" competation and were awarded the sportmanship award for their team play and tournament attitude...
Not all learning occurs in the classroom. Our fourth grade recently travel to Close Memorial Park on the South Creek Trail. There was lots to see and learn about. The new botanical garden building was recently completed. It is a great beginning for our community. There is much to learn in our comunity both inside and outside our classroom.
Monday, November 8, 2010
In science we are studying adaptations. One of the activities we did involved eggshells. We took the halves and placed them on the desk. Next we placed textbooks on top of the eggshells and saw how many textbooks we can put on top of the eggshells. We saw how the dome shape helps strengthen the egg, but the egg is still fragile so the baby chick can get out.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Mrs. Schaller and her sixth grade class lead our morning worship today. They reminded us about the work of Martin Luther and the events of the reformation. We learned about the grace of God and how that knowledge changed young Martin's life. The class played "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God" on the pipes. Thanks 6th Grade for leading our worship...