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GATHER Classroom Reporters • Apr. 26, 2019

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Kindergarten East

Welcome to Gather. We are in Mrs. Cook and Miss Petersen’s Kindergarten class. This week we celebrated Earth Day. On Tuesday all of the lights were off. We did that to save energy. It was super fun.We also got to decorate marker recycling bins to send back to Crayola. Have an Earth Day Friday!

 

1st Grade East

Hi, I am in Mr. Shin and Ms. Faruqi’s 1st-grade class. This week in STEAM, we made planes out of Styrofoam and we flew them outside on the blacktop. Mine flew really far. Thanks for listening and have a flying-filled Friday! 

 

1st Grade West

Good morning. I am in Ms. Doolin’s and Mr. Cruz’s first grade class. This week, in Science we built paper rockets and tested them. It was cool to see how high and far the rockets actually went. Hope you have a blast on this Friday.

 

2nd Grade East

Good morning. I am in 2 East. This week in Science we learned about aerodynamics and what makes rockets fly the farthest. We designed and tested our own rockets by using the stomp rocket launcher to let them take flight. Have a happy Fri-YAY.

 

3rd Grade East

Aloha. I am in 3East. This week in 3rd grade we have continued our study of our Monologue figures. Our figures are people from history or today that have done important things for Civil Rights. My Monologue figure is Mahalia Jackson. She was a famous singer in black history. I am excited to perform our Monologues on May 9th. Have fun Fri-yay!

 

3rd Grade West

As salam aleykum. I am in 3West. This week in Art we finished our Art Show pieces. This could mean you completed your artwork or finished writing your artist statements. I put the final touches on my fish tank, which is made of wire, clay, paper and sand. My favorite part of making my piece was putting sand on the floor of the tank. Have an art-tastic Friday!

 

4th Grade East

Two weeks ago, the fourth grade went to Coloma, which is where people struck it rich in the Gold Rush of 1849. It was a three day trip where we went gold panning, hiking, and learned about the history of the land. My favorite part of the trip was the chance to pan for gold myself.

 

4th Grade West

Good morning greenhorns. Coloma was a great place to learn about our California history, and to live it! My favorite part was the seven hour hike. We walked up to the statue of James Marshall, and even got a great view of the Coloma valley, where thousands of miners flocked in 1849. I hope you have a good time in Coloma in fourth grade.

 

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