https://vimeo.com/274934218 For this collaborative poem by "Binghamton University" a.k.a. Class 5-319 kids wrote their own poems using a shared template created by Ms. Averill. Each student contributed a line from their poem and filmed each other reading to create this "mash-up" or "list" poem. To set the tone for their audience, they listened to different… Continue reading Why not Equality? A video poem by 5-319
On Thursday, March 15 students will have a half day of school. Doors will open and dismissal will begin at 11:15 AM!
Parent Teacher Conference Times Afternoon Session: 12:30 - 3:00 PM Evening Session: 5:00 - 7:30 PM If you have not signed up for a conference time or a time was not given to you, please reach out to your child's teacher before Thursday. Conferences are scheduled every 10 minutes. Please arrive on time for your… Continue reading Parent Teacher Conferences – Thursday, March 15, 2018!!
Classes 5-220 and 215 learned all about the early civilizations of the Aztecs and Mayans during a visit to the American Museum of Natural History. Students analyzed old artifacts and visual images to identify how geography played a role in the development of early societies and civilizations. We looked at how these cultures have changed… Continue reading Artifacts Tell a Story