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Mar
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Mrs. Z's Class Supporting Local Food Pantry

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Mrs. Zaborowsky's class made 22 birthday bags for a local food pantry.  Each birthday bag had a cake mix, tub of icing, candles, and a blank birthday card for families that come to the food pantry to bake a cake for someone in their family.

What a fun idea!  Mrs. Z's class, we're so proud of how you are helping out your community!
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17
Mar
0

Art Show this Thursday: 3/19/2015

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Do the winter blahs have you craving bold colors?  I've got just the event for you!

The Southwest 2015 Art Show and Family Ice-Cream Night!  Every student will have a framed piece of artwork on display from this school year in the show.  All styles of art will be on display from original watercolor designs to monoprintes inspired by Andy Warhol.  After enjoying the artwork on display hop over to the cafeteria for FREE ice-cream and family drawing activities!

It's going to be a great night and I hope you all can make it!

-Ms. Webb

If you desire, you'll even be able to buy your young artists' masterpiece framed and matted for $25 (2 for $45). Continue reading
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09
Mar
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Wrapping up Chinese New Year

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Ms. Webb has wrapped up celebrating the Chinese New Year!  All grades got to learn more about the most important holiday on the Chinese calendar.  Festivities began on February 19th and culminated with the Lantern Festival on March 5th.  Kindergarten and 2nd grade made two different versions of lanterns to celebrate the festival that is the last day of the Chinese New Year. 1st grade synergized as a team to create the awesome Dragon (seen in the picture) that they then took on parade around the entire school! 3rd Grade learned about the Chinese character for, double happiness, as it is seen during these celebrations.  Last, but not least, 4th grade created their own scratch off paper to draw vases inspired by the ones seen during the Ming Dynasty! Whew! It was a lot of art and a lot of fun!  Continue reading
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19
Feb
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STEM Field Trip for Mrs. Habig's Class

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Mrs. Habig's class went on a field trip Tuesday to  Starbase. It was funded by the department of defense, and it is a STEM field trip. STEM stands for science technology engineering and mathmatics. Several experiments and activities included: measuring with the graduated cylinder, using a triple beam balance, saving an egg! Students discussed engineering and design then had to come up with a way to keep an egg from cracking when it was the thrown into a wall. Students had to budget money to buy supplies to protect their egg. The field trip has been a huge sucess so far, and Mrs. Habig's class will continue to go for the next four Tuesdays. Continue reading
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09
Feb
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Pennies for Patients!

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On Monday, Student Council will be sending individual boxes for each student to take home to collect money  for Pennies for Patients!   Change will be collected at school through Friday, February 20th.  The grade that brings in the most money will get their own Spirit Week to celebrate their grades' awesomeness!  Last year, SW collected $1650 and we want to beat that this year by collecting $1800.  Come on SW we can do it!

And if we reach that goal Mr.Corbin is going to get pied in the face!!!
 

 

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