SHGS’s Spring STEM club was a hit! Mrs. Carr, Mrs. Evans, and their students flipped bottles, created structures, and explored viscosity and density during this fun-filled week!
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SHGS students have been devoted to serving others throughout the 2017-2018 school year. Service projects have included monthly Manna Meal food drives, the Clay County Christmas Project with CCHS, Pennies for People, benefiting the LoveYourBrain Foundation and Sojourner’s Shelter for Women and Families, and donation drives for the Pediatric Cancer Center at Women and Children’s Hospital and the Kanawha Charleston Humane Association Animal Shelter. This year, many of our service projects were student driven, with classes submitting proposals for service ideas.
Whether they are making original pieces of art for a show, creating hand print palms for Palm Sunday, planning a play to share a Greek myth with classmates, sharing music at a concert, or developing a board game based on a novel, SHGS students are always creating to learn and learning to create.
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”
-John Fitzgerald Kennedy
SHGS first graders celebrated the first day of fall on Friday by investigating leaves and learning all they could about Autumn!
Thought of the Week: What kind of homes do people around the world live in?
Reading: Homes A-Z
Religion: Remembering God
Handwriting: numbers 1-5
Amazing words: castle, farm, carpets, row, cave, jungle
Picnic May 26 12:00-2:20 p.m.
No school Monday, May 29
Thought of the week: What are some things to build at home?
Reading: Muncha! Muncha! Muncha!
Math: Find the answer
Religion: Coming together at mass
Handwriting: review letters
Amazing words: garden, enormous, plant, vegetables, sprouts, stems
Notes: Remember to send in sheets, blankets, and folders on Monday
Preschool music program: Thursday, May 18 1:45 in the cafeteria
Last popcorn sale: Friday, May 19
Happy Mother’s Day!
Thought of the week: What do construction workers do?
Reading: We Need Construction Workers
Math: first in line
Religion: Mother’s Day
Amazing words: buildings, workers, hammers, pound, lumber, wear
Mother’s Day Tea: Friday, May 12- 1:15
Class picture: Wednesday, May 10, payment due Friday May 12
Preschool Music Program: Thursday, May 18- 1:145 in the cafeteria
End of year picnic- May 26-details coming soon
Thought of the week: What tools and materials do people use to build a house?
Reading: The House in the Meadow
Math: How are they different?
Religion: Belonging to a special family
Handwriting: r, n, m, h
Amazing words: build, carpenter, paint, climbed, pipes, roof
Notes: Attention Moms-Please keep May 12 at 1:15 open on your calendar!
Preschool music program: Thursday, May 18 1:45
Popcorn sale: Friday, 4/28-don’t forget your quarter!