Featured here are the Kindergarten students with the same Snowman task as the 4-6 grade students.
Friday, December 22, 2017
In Mr. Peterson's PE class today students had to work as teams to develop a snowman out of the items they were given. They had to communicate with one another and then tell a story about their snowman. The students selected a spokesperson but they had to come up with the story all together. Pictured here is Mrs. Majors' Homeroom students.
Friday, December 15, 2017
Hope School Students K-6 participated in the Hope Memorial Community Center Food Drive. The Advanced Math students in 6th grade coordinated the food drive with Mrs. Kiebert. They collected, counted and calculated per capita each day. They then graphed the results so every one could see the progress. First place Mrs. Major's homeroom per capita was 18.9 and second place Mrs. Reichart's 2/3 class was 14.6.
The students pictured here then had the privilege and responsibility to organize and deliver the goods to MCC. The center's Christmas Giving Program supports families in the Hope and Clark Fork areas. Thank you to all that participated and made this happen. Your generosity is amazing!
Monday, December 11, 2017
Families came to Hope School to take a "Walk on the Wildside" with several Outdoor Education activities and dinner. Two hours of fun and learning filled up night. There were 16 different exhibits, hands-on activities, presentations - including fly tying, ice fishing, wildlife pelts, paracord items, learning about what plants you can eat in the forest this time of year and creative crafts like bird seed pinecones, mobiles with feathers, beads and twigs - just to name a few. Our families nourished their bellies with chili or chicken soup and filled their brains with new learning.
Many thanks to all our community folks who volunteered to present, help set up or help put things away. We couldn't do it without you!!!
Friday, December 8, 2017
Cindy Kiebert, Librarian, is showing the first grade class the route the school supplies took from Clark Fork all the way to their destination in Texas. Congrats to Hope Elementary students for helping to collect the school supplies.
Good job Wildcats!
Good job Wildcats!
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Thursday, December 7, 2017
All together each day we (staff and students) say the Hope School-wide Affirmation at the beginning of the day. Below is a video of the Kindergarten students saying the affirmation.
I am here to do extraordinary things!
I am a mighty thinker and a fierce learner.
We, at Hope School, are kind and make a positive difference.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Friday, December 1, 2017
Teachers from Betty Kiefer Elementary School in the Lakeland School District visited Hope School today to learn about Student-Led Conferences and student goal setting.
Sixth grade students, Eloise Shelton and Trinity Swales, conferenced with the visiting teachers to share what it looks like from the student perspective. Our students are teaching teachers!
Way to go Wildcats!
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