Mrs. Schwab, Elementary Guidance Counselor, was available to talk with parents/guardians at the Pleasant Street Open House on September 23, 2014. She had community resource fliers and information for parents/guardians, and the lucky families who visited her office at Open House also enjoyed chocolate cupcakes she made for the event. Mrs. Schwab is the […]
Grade four students work every day with a math partner in MATH TALK. Math talk is to discuss and share math answers and ideas.
Mrs. Willhite’s kindergarteners have been learning about the life cycle of butterflies. Today they observed the first butterfly emerge from it’s chrysalis.
Among all the challenges that students, parents and staff face with the beginning of a new school year; we have many students already suffering from illness. It is important to take steps to prevent illness in your children and have them remain at home when the spread of illness is likely. Prevention is the best […]
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Riverbend School just celebrated reading with a READING RALLY led by Mrs. Tandy. Each student was given a book supplied by the Riverbend PTO Group through sales at the Scholastic Book Fair. Students were encouraged to read the book and then share the book with others. Reading at Riverbend School is spectacular!!!!!!!
Third graders practice partner reading during their Reader’s Workshop time.
Here Keegan and Christian work together to solve the unknown part of a whole.
Korrin is looking for the numeral to make the number sentence correct.
Evelyn and Autumn working together.
Rylee is making a number sentence for his partner with a missing addend.
Fall brings bus evacuation practice! Each year, students line up to practice evacuating the bus through the back door in the event of an emergency. Mr. Hause (P.E. teacher), Mr. Anderson (kindergarten teacher), and Mrs. Leighton (bus driver) help the students jump out.
Riverbend students practiced bus evacuation recently. Thank you to Merrifield bus drivers for sharing this important safety information with our students.
This should appear in the 5th grade lobby and on teacher homepage
This should appear in the 5th grade lobby and Ms. Donovan’s home page
This student is always smiling because Riverbend School is a great place to be at each day!
I went into Mrs. Tandy’s classroom this week to help with her iPevo camera set-up when she demonstrated a concept that hadn’t occurred to me, but is something certainly worth sharing. Mrs. Tandy’s iPevo came with the wireless unit which frees the camera from the projector. Normally, teachers will use the camera in a stationary […]
We would like to begin posting pictures of students engaged in fun, learning activities already this year. In order to do so, we want to be sure everyone has given consideration to having their child’s picture posted on the school site and potentially on the ARRSD Facebook page. Please respond to us as soon as […]
Kindergarten Newsletter September 12, 2014 We are settling in nicely and I have to say I am so impressed with your children. They are a smart, kind, empathetic group. I am so excited for our journey together this year!!!! Donations keep rolling in! I cannot thank you all enough for you VERY generous support!!! We […]
September Sept. 24– 1⁄2 Day, Prof. Dev. October 10– Teacher Prof Dev. No Classes Oct. 29– 1⁄2 Day, Prof. Dev. December December 3 – 1⁄2 Day, Prof. Dev. January January 16 – Teacher Prof Dev. No Classes } February February 4 – 1⁄2 Day, Prof. Dev March March 11 – 1⁄2 Day, Prof. Dev. April […]
Students wrote number bonds and numerical sentences representing two numbers that are decomposed from 8.
After the students measured each other’s height with inchworms, they lined up from shortest to tallest.
Grade four students working on place value according to the Common Core Standards.
Grade three students working with math partners to solve subtraction problems.
Aiden and Sophia are partners playing Shake Those Chips. They are finding all the numbers that are used to decompose 6.
Grace is perfecting her e’s practicing with shaving cream.
Students in grade four working with math partners to solve place value problems.
Can you guess who the students are? We did during Morning Meeting. Be sure to check them out on the bulletin board outside our classroom and take a guess.
Makayla reading at a table.
Mrs. Divoll is in the Carnival Nook with Shane and Korrin.
Welcome back families! We are delighted to welcome you to a new and exciting year of fun and learning in Pre-K! Stay tuned on this page for photos of your child and his/her friends having lots of fun learning new routines here at Pleasant Street School in the Pre-K program! Be sure to return your […]
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