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Penny Carnival

posted Jun 7, 2018, 11:44 AM by Gina Jandreau

Students participated in a Penny Carnival on the afternoon of June 7th.  Students paid pennies to play various games to benefit the physical education program.  Mr. Dan Cyr organized the event with the help of older students.  The older students manned each station for a set period of time and switched so they would have a chance to play as well.  Luckily, the rain held off!  See photos 

Little Owl Press

posted Jun 7, 2018, 6:46 AM by Gina Jandreau   [ updated Jun 8, 2018, 11:21 AM ]

Students went to Channel 16 to film their third trimester news reports.  They were able to get a tour of the studio afterwards.  Watch the Channel 16 production here.  Their third trimester newspaper can be found here.  Their online news reports can be found here.

Acadian Village Trip 6/6/18

posted Jun 6, 2018, 6:04 PM by Gina Jandreau

Fifth and sixth grade students went to the Acadian Village to see how the Acadians lived.  They had learned about Acadians in their social studies classes, made two Acadian bulletin boards with Mrs. Tingley and this trip was the culmination of their unit.  See photos here.

Wellness Day

posted Jun 2, 2018, 3:11 PM by Gina Jandreau

There was a Wellness Day on Friday, June 1st.  Students did a POUND activity with Cindy Landry, went to Four Seasons for games and hiking, saw a K-9 dog in action, played games with Mr. Cyr, had a 5210 session, and finished with viewing and petting 10 lab puppies and Chinchilla rabbits.  see all photos here.

3D Printing Through the Grades

posted May 31, 2018, 2:43 AM by Gina Jandreau

Fifth and sixth grade students have been working with students from kindergarten to grade 4 to create 3D pieces for their needs.  Students created a blueprint of their design in their classroom, then sat with the fifth/sixth grader, who used the online Tinkercad program, to create their project. They helped the third graders create pieces for their nonfiction dioramas, one kindergarten class created Mother's Day key chains, the first graders created animals for their Safari Read program, and fourth graders created spaceships for their science fiction unit.  They still need to create Father's Day keychains with one kindergarten class.  Photos of all of their creations can be seen here.

Salmon Release

posted May 30, 2018, 11:54 AM by Gina Jandreau   [ updated May 31, 2018, 5:01 AM ]

Fifth and sixth grade students have been raising landlocked salmon in a mini-hatchery in the classroom since the beginning of March.  They reached the alevin stage, and were ready to be released into the wild.  Students took a trip to Birch Point to release 151 salmon into the lake.  Hopefully many will survive to adulthood.  See photos here.

Nursery Rhyme Chorus Play

posted May 30, 2018, 8:28 AM by Gina Jandreau   [ updated May 30, 2018, 8:29 AM ]

Students in Mrs. Bonny Tingley's third trimester chorus class put on a play on May 30th at 9:00AM in the cafeteria.  Staff and students from pre-k to grade 6 were able to be entertained by this production.
See photos here.


posted May 24, 2018, 2:22 PM by Gina Jandreau

Fifth and sixth grade students have been working on robotics projects throughout the year.  They were asked to showcase their projects at the 4th Annual Aroostook Jr. Robotics Competition in Fort Kent.  Students showcased their projects the day before for all students at the elementary school to practice for their presentations on Thursday in Fort Kent.   Photos can be seen here.

Atlantic Salmon Slideshows

posted May 12, 2018, 6:26 AM by Gina Jandreau

Fifth and sixth grade students are raising over 400 salmon in a mini hatchery in the classroom. They researched about the Fish Friends program, their life cycle, spawning and migration, hatcheries and conservation efforts.  The slideshows they created to teach their classmates more about the Atlantic salmon and photos from the experience can be found here.

Micmac Fish Farm Visit 5/9/18

posted May 9, 2018, 11:18 AM by Gina Jandreau

Fifth and sixth grade students are in the process of raising over 400 salmon in their mini hatchery in the classroom.  We visited Micmac Fish Farms today to see a real trout hatchery in action.  A tour of the facility was given and Mr. Dave had a question and answer period afterward.  See photos here.

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