As the 3rd graders read Starry Messenger, they came across an important date.
On October 31, 1992 Galileo Galilei was pardoned by the Catholic Church, who admitted he was correct!
The sun WAS the center of the universe. The students were so excited about this, they wanted to share it on the blog!
Great job, 3rd grade!
Yesterday the school was lit up with many bright colored outfits! Students in every grade showcased a rainbow of attire and really made a dreary, rainy day BRIGHT!! Take a look at our wonderful students and staff!
Our Veterans Day Program and 1st Grade Mini-Production based on the book, "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind," by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer, will be Friday, November 8th at 12:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Scroll down for a read-aloud of this beautiful story!
All families and their Veteran Family members are invited to attend.
Each year, we feature a slideshow that honors all of our BRCVPA Family members in the Armed Forces. If you submitted pictures to us last year, we still have them, and will use them again!
If you are new to our school and/or have not yet submitted pictures of your family members in the military, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday, November 4th.
As you all know, Fall Fest is FRIDAY! We are having a great Red Ribbon Week so far, and are looking forward to the grand finale this Friday at the Greatest School on Earth!
If you are looking for a way to help, but haven't signed up yet, we are still in need of volunteers and donations for Fall Fest.
DONATIONS NEEDED - if you are out shopping this week. consider grabbing one or two of the following!
Look closely! You may have seen multiple Mr. Hamiltons or Mrs. Kendalls around school on Monday! Students and staff had a great day adventuring as other people. Take a look at these awesome doppelgangers!
Remember for tomorrow that ADVENTURE comes in MANY colors! Dress in as many colors as you possibly can!
This past Saturday, the Knock Knock Children’s Museum hosted its 3rd annual Knock Knock Cardboard Challenge Arcade. The cardboard arcade consists of cardboard games created by children. Students from BRCVPA presented 3 game: Monster Ball, Monster Hook Up, and pinball.
Nearpod is an online student engagement platform with ready-to-run interactive lessons that teachers can use in their classrooms to take learning to the next level! Ms. Berry has been using Nearpod in her classroom with her students and has successfully achieved certification. She joins a network of educators from around the world that have been using Nearpod to engage students in a new and exciting way. Congratulations, Ms. Berry!
Amaris and his family enjoyed a day of fun in New Orleans at STEMFest. Check out some of these great pictures of Amaris enjoying his day!
Participants learned by doing at a Saturday workshop at BRCVPA, "From the Page to the Stage" where together, with expert guidance from our clinicians, Kelly Stomps and Lisa Blaney, Participants took children's literature books and turned them into one-of-a-kind musical presentations. From each of the different books teachers were taught to create tableaus, ostinatos and how to turn words and pictures into sound. Teachers even got to visit a local bookstore to adapt their new purchases into a processed lesson plan.
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