4th Grade Friday Thoughts 11/6
Students were busy this week in Science. In groups, they read a book on plants, pulled out key pieces of information, planned a poster and presented their work to the rest of the class. It was great
The 5th Grade Social Studies students in Mr. Shohoney’s class had been learning about the past and present history of the Southwest Region of the United States. One of the areas discussed in
The 6th graders have been working hard the last 2 weeks on our newest S.T.E.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) project–The Roller Coaster Rally! Students are working together in groups
The 5th graders are learning about the different organelles in plant and animal cells through project based learning. We spent the end of our week creating i-Cells. The “apps” on each cell
6th-8th grade students worked incredibly hard after school and on weekends to build a trebuchet. We entered into Racine County’s GREAT PUMPKIN CHUCKIN FEST and competed with other schools in the
In 4th grade Science, students began presenting their tree projects. With this project, students demonstrated an understanding of the characteristics and structures of living things (trees in
Listen to the Raymond School 6th Grade Band playing “Let’s Go Panthers!” They are preparing for their first field trip to Fountain Hills Retirement Center on October 26, 2015.