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BES OneBlood Community Blood Drive will be honoring first responders & military in the Berrien County community.
Students in 4th and 5th grade compete in school wide spelling bee.
Mrs. Ray's class built their own number line and plotted fractions on it using the benchmark of 1/2. Each student had the chance to explain to the class how they knew their fraction would be more than 1/2 or less than 1/2.
Mrs. Aldridge's ELA classes completed a STEM activity after reading Charlotte's Web. Students had to create an aeronaut spider that when thrown would float to the ground. Students used materials found in the classroom such as tissues, coffee filters, string, tape, and plastic cups to create a "parachute" for their spider. Students used critical thinking skills to come up with their ideas. Students also used the information to write informational essays about their aeronaut spiders.
Mrs. Jernigan's homeroom students participated in a STEAM activity that involved the book The Butter Battle Book by Dr. Seuss. The book covers the Social Studies Cold War standard. The butter making activity covered the science part of the activity where students poured cream into a container and shook the container until the liquid cream turned into solid butter. Students then were able to enjoy and eat their butter with bread.