President’s Day!

To make up for recent snow days, we found ourselves at school on President’s Day. We put our time to good use and devoted ourselves to learning all about President Abraham Lincoln. We read stories, made tall top hats and put together a timeline of important events in his life. Then we explored timelines even further by making our own personal timelines. Going to school on a national holiday can be super fun!

Keenan Frazier shows off his personal timeline, his top hat and his smile.

Keenan Frazier shows off his personal timeline, his top hat and his smile.

Alyssa Cook and Bria Knowles work hard on their timelines.

Alyssa Cook and Bria Knowles work hard on their timelines.

Austin Leggett has a case of the giggles.

Austin Leggett has a case of the giggles.

Rachel, Madison and Sierra discuss important events worthy of their timelines.

Rachel, Madison and Sierra discuss important events worthy of their timelines.

Preston celebrates his completed timeline while Keenan mugs the camera shot.

Preston celebrates his completed timeline while Keenan mugs the camera shot.

Keenan and Austin work hard to get those "accuracy points."

Keenan and Austin work hard to get those “accuracy points.”

Chemistry Has Come to Stanley SDA School

 

 

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Students figured out how to separate a mixture of water, salt, sand and iron filings using tools they found around the school.

This quarter our students are gleefully studying mixtures and solutions, the physical properties of matter, the various parts of an atom and the structures of some common compounds.

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Here, fifth and sixth grade girls learn how to make their own bouncy balls