Despite the rainy weather, students at Washington School enjoyed their Halloween celebration with a visit from the Rutherford Bulldog. … [Read more...] about Halloween at Washington School
Ms. Rossiter’s 2nd-grade class celebrated Halloween by creating symmetrical skeletons, designing a mask, and writing eerie poems. … [Read more...] about Halloween Fun with Ms. Rossiter’s Class
Just in time for Halloween, students in Ms. Hetzel and Mrs. Podolanczuk's 3rd-grade class investigated the question "What would happen if we didn't have a skull?" As part of the Mystery Science program, students watched and discussed a short video on the purpose of a skull, then continued to build their own skulls from a paper mask. Of course, there were a few "BOOS". … [Read more...] about Mystery Science
Ms. Kiley and Ms. McGurren’s class exploring their new classroom STEM bins! Students learned the meaning of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and were able to use their creativity to construct model figures, follow patterns, and scale objects.
Halloween Parade Update Our Halloween Parade is scheduled for tomorrow, October 31 at 1:30 p.m. Students should be dressed in their *costume when they arrive for school. At the conclusion of the parade, classes will gather in designated areas for a brief photo-op. The students will participate in a classroom activity following the parade. Please do not send in treat bags. No candy will be distributed. With the impending weather prediction, we may be forced to change our plans. In the event of rain, we have decided to forego the parade if it can not be held outdoors. If … [Read more...] about Updated Halloween Information