Students are participating in the summer reading starting on Monday, June 3, 2019. Please remember to bring your reading logs.
SES fifth grade students begin their chocolate sales this week. Each chocolate bar costs one dollar and proceeds go to deferring the cost of attending Camp Kieve in the fall of their sixth grade year. There are five flavors, crispy rice, caramel, dark, almond and milk chocolate. If you have a chocolate craving please see one of the fifth grade students.
On March 12th SES Grade 4 students participated in the Bake for Good: Kids Program and learned how math, science, reading and baking can add up to delicious bread!
Each student received two bags of King Arthur flour, a recipe booklet, Red Star yeast, a dough scraper, a bread bag and newly-learned bread baking skills.
To learn more about Bake for Good: Kids watch the free online video on their website:
Salisbury students were greeted by the local police and fire department members at the doors of the school as they entered the building. Students were all a buzz about the morning event. What a great way to start the day. Thank you to the Salisbury Fire and Police departments.
Kindergarten through sixth grade students are eagerly awaiting, the famous walk through of the Triton Regional High School Senior class members who attended Salisbury Elementary School. Seniors will process through the building greeting students and then to the gymnasium for a talk with students about reaching for their future goals.
Did you know that by the time students hit third grade, they’ve been skip-counting for so long, they only have 21 multiplication facts left to memorize? Mrs. Marshall’s 3rd Graders participated in a 10-Day, 21 Math Fact Fluency Challenge! Five winners had perfect scores: Ava Johnson, Jake Conroy, Nate Speigel, Joey Shaffaval and Vincenzo Foster! Congrats to them all! Each winner was honored on the classroom poster, along with a certificate and crown. They also received a Prize Store Dime, plus a Friendly’s Ice cream Treat; selected from their very own Mathematician’s Menu!
Many children were very close to a perfect score, so they’ll keep trying! We like to say, ‘if they can memorize a song or poem, a random Minecraft factoid, or Star Wars info., then they can memorize their math facts!’ We know many more will become winners soon!
Bethany Marshall, M.Ed
Salisbury Elementary School
Classroom Homepage: http://teacherweb.com/MA/SalisburyElementary/rReadingSpecialist/apt1.aspx
Third graders got together in a cool way this past Thursday, as they celebrated Polar Express Day! After hearing the book, students worked on some Bloom’s Taxonomy “Polar Express” activities: creating maps of the train’s journey, making a Lost & Found flyer for the silver bell and transforming important scenes into a story board, were just a few ways the kids took the book to a new level! Afterwards, all the third graders got together in Mrs. Bissell’s classroom to watch The Polar Express movie. Besides being treated to popcorn and hot cocoa, they were enchanted by the room’s twinkly lights, streams of silver spanning the ceiling, and an abundance of snowflakes and glitter to finish setting the mood for their special time together. Happy Holidays everyone!
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