Springs School A breakfast fundraiser will be held at the Springs Fire Department on March 8 for the eighth grade trip to Boston. Tickets are $8 and may be purchased from an eighth-grader or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The first annual Springs School Family STEAM Night is being held Thursday, March 12, from 6 to 8 p.m. Students and families may participate in several hands-on learning activities that involve science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics. The Mystery Art Sale is returning this year and will be held March 27 and 28 at Ashawagh Hall. Student artwork will be on display and ... 2 Mar 2020 by My27east
Springs School will host its Mystery Art Sale on March 27 and 28 at Ashawagh Hall. For this event, students will create pieces of artwork that will be displayed and sold anonymously alongside that of local artists for the price of $20 a piece. About 25 students will also have their artwork put into the silent auction or be made into greeting cards. For more information, email email@example.com The librarian and fourth-graders hosted a bake sale this week. All funds raised will go to the Coral Reef Restoration, which will help rebuild the coral reefs in Australia. Ms. Comber, the ... 10 Feb 2020 by My27east
Springs School As part of its annual “Souper Bowl” fundraiser, organized by third grade teacher Joan Branche, the school collected 77 cans of soup and (incorrectly!) predicted the San Francisco 49ers would win the Super Bowl. The proceeds are recorded as part of the nationwide “Souper Bowl of Caring” and the cans are delivered to the Springs Food Pantry. Fourth-graders enjoyed freshly baked personal-sized pizzas as part of their math unit on learning fractions. Students designed a pizza with toppings and wrote the fraction of each topping then created their own individual pizzas for lunch. “Throughout the day, they participated ... 3 Feb 2020 by My27east
Springs School As reported by the school’s Journalism Club. Fourth-graders performed their annual “opera” last week. The “70 is Heavenly Opera Company” wrote, starred in, and produced “A Dream for the Future,” which was about following your dreams and taking risks. In the opera, three kids dream about being a soccer star, a ballerina, and a writer and getting to meet their idols. Also, students celebrated Thanksgiving by writing what they’re thankful for and having Thanksgiving celebrations in their classrooms. School is closed Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday for Thanksgiving break. 21 Nov 2019 by My27east
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