On Wednesday, October 19, the Collegeboard PSAT will be optional (students can choose to take or not take Collegeboard PSAT) for all high school students, grades 9-11. This test measures critical reading, math, problem-solving, and writing skills. It provides students practice for the SATs and gives feedback regarding important academic skills. As you know, SATs.. read more →
THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 2016 4:00PM IN ROOM 120 SIGN-UP WITH MR. JAY Located in the heart of the Portland Arts District, Maine College of Art offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art, a Master of Arts in Teaching, as well as Continuing Studies for adults and youths, including a Pre-College intensive for high school.. read more →
In Math, 2nd Grade are learning about Fact Families and how they can help us solve missing addends in our math equations. Fact Families also help us understand inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. We enjoyed “Fishing for the Rule” in a given sequence of numbers. We wrapped up our first unit of Social Studies and.. read more →
This week we completed our first author study by reading books only by Donald Crews. We learned what an author and illustrator do and found out that sometimes the same person does both jobs, and sometimes two or more people work together. During our week we read 5 books—Truck, Sail Away, Freight Train, Harbor, and.. read more →
On Wednesday 3rd of September the first House sporting event was due to take place, due to rain we were unable to play grass sports; so only two houses got to play! The HS basketball match between Black Lions and White Tigers ended in a tie at 10-10 in the girls match. read more →
1st grade This week in first grade, we continued our classroom job routine, started a “Star of the Day” writing activity, and learned how to retell fiction and nonfiction stories. We learned about good citizenship, being honest, and being part of a group. We also learned how to solve number stories and about the thermometer… read more →
Pre-school Anyone want a playdough moon cake? Preschool learned more about Mid Autum Festival and how we celebrate with our families. We also explored the letter F, families, numbers 4 and 5 this week. The great weather meant lots of outdoor play time and even a couple of laps around the track! Ms. Sarah Pre-Kindergarten This.. read more →
The deadline for registration to take the 11 exam is quickly approaching. If you are unable to make this deadline, there will be another test November 8 and the deadline is October 2. The deadline expires at 11:59 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time. 2014 2015 Test Date Oct 11 Nov 8 Dec 6 Jan 24.. read more →
All students and staff should now be parking their bicycles in the new covered area to the right of the school entrance. Students and staff that drive electric scooters should continue to park their bikes to the left of the guard office. All bicycles and bikes should be parked in an orderly fashion as to.. read more →
Progress reports will be going out next Friday, September 11. All students will be receiving progress reports. Please, check with your child for their progress reports as all students will be taking one home on Friday. Progress reports all parents to see their student’s academic progress and make proper arrangements for extra help should a.. read more →
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