Today, our students and staff showed our support for women with heart disease by wearing red. With prevention education we hope to put an end to cardiac and stroke events!
Thank you to Mrs. Homminga from the Art Enrichment Program of Clay County for teaching an art lesson to the fifth graders. The students learned about Native American symbols, and were able to make a shield.
Swimming Pen Creek is having a pizza sale for our half day on February 17th! All students will have the opportunity to purchase pizza and a choice of drink prior to that date. A slice of pizza and a drink is $3.00. An additional slice of pizza is $2.00. Please return the form below by the February 16th if you wish to purchase pizza for the half day.
Thank you to our County Spelling Bee Representative for doing a great job last night!
What are they?
Hershey Hug or Kiss
How much do they cost?
50 cents each
Who is selling them?
The 5th and 6th graders are selling the Candy Grams to raise money for grade level activities.
Where can you buy them?
They will be sold in the Courtyard each morning from 8:00 a.m. to 8:20 a.m. before school,
the weeks of February 1st- 14th.
Where can you get more candy grams forms?
You may print the form attached to this article, or you can get one from your classroom teacher.
When will the candy grams be delivered?
They will be delivered on Valentine’s Day, Tuesday, February 14th to your classroom.
Children's author, Mrs. Ronda Friend, spend Wednesday with our teachers and students in celebration of Literacy Week. Not only did Mrs. Friend entertain the entire school with music and drama, she also presented an inspiring writer's workshop to our students in grades three, four, and five. Wednesday evening, Mrs. Friend gave an engaging presentation that was open to the community where she involved SPC students, parents, and staff in a dramatic staging of her book, P. U. Stink! Afterward, Mrs. Friend graciously autographed copies of her wonderful books!
During Literacy Week, Mrs. Newdiger's kindergarten students learned to use whisper phones to practice reading and build their independent reading stamina. The boys and girls read from their baggie of self selected books.
Mrs. Ferrante's preschool students were visited by "mystery readers" who came in daily to read to them. The boys and girls anxiously waited each day to find out what special guest would be visiting their class!
The NED show came to SPC on Friday. Students enjoyed a program that emphasized the message: