Oct 13

Flat Stanley Adventures Slideshow

Mrs. Filas created a slideshow that features ALL of our Flat Stanleys’ adventures around the country. Check back as she adds new events and pictures!

Oct 13

Cole and Anaya’s Stanleys in Michigan

Greetings from Michigan! Click HERE!!!

Oct 13

Bryant’s Flat Stanley in Texas

Dear Bryant,
Thank you for sending me your Flat Stanley.  Today we had an adventure at the Texas State Fair in Dallas, TX.  We saw animals, the Cotton Bowl where football games are played, and posed for a picture with Big Tex, who is the official mascot of the fair.
Stay tuned,
Ron Harris
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Oct 01

Safe travels, Stanley!

On Monday, our Stanleys will be ready to go out into the world. We are excited to learn about our country through our Stanleys’ eyes. Stay tuned on the blog for updates about his travels. See you in November, Stanley!!

Sep 30

All about us!!!

Sep 15

Mrs. Filas’ Happy Campers!

Our Class Pics on the first day:
Photo Album

Sep 11

Welcome to the 2016-2107 School Year!

Are you ready to “camp out” in third grade? It’s going to be a great year!hc

Jun 04

Our beautiful ocean mural!

After each selecting a creature of the deep, the students wrote research reports using our computers, encyclopedias, and library books as references. Then they created a myriad of sea animals using construction paper and their imaginations. Here is the awesome result of their hard work!
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May 31

A visit from Chester Cheetah!

A few weeks ago, we all wrote friendly letters to the companies of our favorite food items. We have received many kind and grateful responses, some including coupons and freebies! Our friends from Frito-Lay paid us a visit today, thanks to Liah and Elizabeth. They wrote letters to the local distribution center here in Richmond to profess their love for Doritos. Ms. Lindsay and Mr. Lee brought Chester along with some delicious snacks for us. We also learned about the operations at Frito-Lay- so interesting!!!

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Apr 14

Our Field Trip to MSiC- Aquatic Adaptations

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