Apr 11

Career Day

Thank you Mrs. RIce for planning a wonderful Career Day!!!

Apr 11


To wrap up our matter unit we made oobleck.   What is oobleck?  It is 2 parts cornstarch and 1 part water.  As you can see it is fun and messy.  That is why we did it in the garden courtyard.   It is also why some of your kiddos came home with powdery stuff on their clothes.   It washes out easily.   The big question– Is it a liquid or a solid?   They decided it is both.   Try it at home and let me know what you think.

Mar 16

Grandparent’s Day

Friday, March 21st will be Grandparent’s Day.   Our lunch time is 11:55-12:25.   Please let me know if you have any questions about this annual event.  I am planning to take some photos of our guests and post them on the blog.

Mar 16

Book Fair

The book fair will be open at Ward Elementary from Tuesday March 18, 2014 – Friday March 21, 2014.  The times are as follows:

Tuesday March 18 – Before school from 7:15-7:40 am

Wednesday March 19 – Before school 7:15-7:40 am, after school 2:15-3:15 pm, PTA Night 5:00-8:00 pm

Thursday March 20 – Before school 7:15-7:40 am

Friday March 21 – Before school 7:15-7:40 am

The book fair will accept cash or checks.  There will also be a 5.3% sales tax on each purchase.  So, please make sure your child brings enough money to cover the charge.

Mar 16

More math success!!!!!

James finished multiplication and Derek finished fast subtraction ( 2 sec.)

Mar 04

Building–that is what we like to do during inside recess!!!!

Mar 04

Hands on Learning- Money and Magnets

Mar 04

Valentines Day —FINALLY!!!

Not only did we celebrate late due to the snow—-It took me forever to post it.

Luckily this last blast of snow,helped me get caught up.

Hopefully, it is the last blast!!!!!

Mar 02

Dr. Seuss Week

“You have brains in your head, you have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.”

Dr. Seuss

Check out what fun the teachers and staff had with Dr. Seuss!!


Feb 25

It has been a busy week for this math fact champ!!!!!


Derek finished both division and fast addition (2 seconds)