Students from Slayter Creek Middle School's makerspace class collaborated with our kindergarten students to create fun monster masterpieces!
Our 4th-grade students attended their annual Austin field trip recently. Students left early in the morning in charter buses and were able to go on a guided tour of the capitol. While there, they participated in several interactive activities, toured the facilities, and explored all about what they had been learning about in their classrooms. Once they ate lunch, they boarded the buses and headed back home, making a stop at the Innerspace Caverns to explore the caves.
Our Kindergarten through 2nd-grade students attended a program this week put on by The Kids Count Players. The Kids Count Players are a volunteer puppet troupe and a project of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County, created for children and dedicated to keeping them safe. These dynamic volunteers educate students about personal safety, boundaries, private touches, and the difference between surprises and secrets. The program provides children with critical information to help them stay safe from abuse.
The Anna Education Foundation visited the Rosamond-Sherley campus to award a few of our teachers the Growing Stars Award.
Rosamond-Sherley Elementary School was fortunate to have Anna Fire Department (C-Shift ) come to share the theme for this year, "Cooking Safety Starts with You!"
Mrs. Daily's Kindergarten reading students went on a letter hunt around the building!
Our kindergarteners are doing awesome things! Mrs. Mori's dual language students are showing how they can count, order and represent the numbers 1-10 in many different ways.
Mrs. Price's class has had a lot of fun getting to know each other, learning about classroom routines, expectations, and procedures, and starting our learning groups! Kindergarten and first grade were able to use stamps to stamp out numbers, identify, and represent the numbers with linking cubes. First grade took it a step further and combined two groups, building them up for addition processes!