Various 4th grade students at Washington Elementary School begin to clean up our school garden. These students were chosen after they wrote meaningful stories in their daily journals why they wanted to be chosen to clean up the garden. These boys love to help in many ways to help keep "their" school looking great for all to enjoy!
Students in both 2nd Grade classrooms recently studied matter and concepts of buoyancy in the schools science room lab. These 2 classrooms of students worked in teams and were able to use data observed to make good science decisions based on actual evidence.
Washington Elementary Kindergarten class has been using the Nexus 7 Tablets. They were recently featured in The Evening Sun. Click here to read the article.
Washington Elm. School students recently participated in the school Science fair. These projects included many hands on environmentally friendly ideas to spark everyone's interest. Over 32 children in grades K-4 participated along with each homeroom as a class project. The evening was full of fun, excitement, and plenty of science exploration!
Students are chosen for grades, cooperation and activities through the month.
The Hanover High School Speech and Communication students recently shared selected children’s books with three Washington Elementary classrooms. While the seniors did most of the reading, sometimes the younger students read to the seniors! Everyone had a great time! Click here to view the slideshow of photos.