Friday's Lunch: French Toast Sticks
Congratulations to the Stingel Preschool, who recently received a 5-star rating from Ohio's Step Up to Quality!
Preschool is now enrolling for the 2019-20 school year.
Please call 419-529-4955 to register for a screening.
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Kindergarten / Fifth Grade
Mrs. Ditty's kindergarten class and Mr. Johnson's 5th grade class have become reading buddies and have shared many experiences together. This month Mr. Johnson's students made a big book of a fable they had read and made their own version of it. After completing the writing process and publishing their books, the students shared their published books with Mrs. Ditty's students. Mr. Johnson even got in on the experience and wrote a book of his own and shared it with the kindergarteners. The 5th grade students read their book several times to different students. This class is such an inspiration to our little ones and because of their hard work Mrs. Ditty's class has started writing a book to share with them. We are so thankful to have these experiences with Mr. Johnson's class!
In Writing Workshop, Mrs. Sunnucks’s Class has been working on how to write non-fiction pieces. They are currently browsing and reading non-fiction books on various topics such as, bees, presidents, horses, butterflies, skateboarding and much more. They have learned that they can be “experts” when they use their own knowledge of a topic to teach others. Students are working on using research to expand and build on their previous knowledge in order to add more facts and details to their non-fiction pieces. They are learning how important it is to make their writing easy for others to read by using correct grammar, mechanics, and using neat handwriting. With teacher support and guidance, the students will be learning how to revise, edit and publish a non-fiction book. The class will end their non-fiction writing unit with researching and publishing a book on penguins. The students are eager to publish a book just like a real author.
The third graders in Miss Vellucci’s class have been learning about fractions. They began to complete a fraction flip book. The students may use this when they need a visual representation of a fraction, a fraction number line, or a shaded fraction circle. The students also worked on fraction task cards where they identified fractions of a whole.