Word spread that the library maker-space is open during recess! Luckily we have some awesome 5th graders working the checkout desk! Look at the creativity!
Fourth grade students spent the day creating, exploring, and observing erosion through rainfall in their first official science lab of the year! After creating their own piece of the earths surface by mixing soil, sand, and gravel, they created rainmakers to simulate actual rainfall. Step by step they observed the changes that were occurring and recorded their data using diagrams and lab notes.
Are you curious what this year's Fall Fest theme will be? Be sure to come to our first PTO meeting tomorrow! Our Fall Fest committee will reveal the exciting news and discuss ways you can get involved in the PTO's main fundraiser for the year.
Funds raised by the PTO and Fall Fest go directly to support the arts programs at BRCVPA. We hope you will join us for the big reveal, and stay afterwards for curriculum night with the teachers!
3RD-5TH GRADE GIRLS are welcome to join BRVCPA's Girls on the Run team. Practices will begin on Tuesday, September 4th and will meet for 10 weeks on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school, until 5:00pm. In this program, the girls are encouraged to develop self-respect and a healthy lifestyle through dynamic, interactive lessons and running games. At the end of each season, the girls will participate in a 5K race, Throughout the 10 week program, girls are taught how to recognize their inner strength, make friends, build their confidence, and celebrate all that makes them unique.
Click on the link to register your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade girl and find out why Girls on the Run is sooooo much FUN!! Registration ends on August 27th!
If you have any questions, please email Ms. Brown email@example.com or Mrs. Morrissey firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in Mrs. Hymel's 2nd Grade class learned how to "Make 10" with a friend using playing cards.
This is a fun and engaging activity you can do at home with your family! All you need is a deck of cards to get started. Anytime you can practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing by playing a game, you will build fluency and have fun at the same time.
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