3rd graders studied about plants and the importance of pollination. Bees are our number one pollinator. Ren Ramsey, a local bee keeper, came to BSE to show a demonstration hive to students and discuss the process of pollination and honey production. Students tasted honey after the demonstration.
Enter the Reading Oasis!
A Cool Place to Discover Hot Books!
Book Fair Schedule:
Friday, November 15 - Student Preview
Monday, November 18 - OPEN 7:50am-3:30pm
Tuesday, November 19 - OPEN 7:50am-6:00pm
Join us for our Family Night!!!!
Wednesday, November 20 - OPEN 7:50am-3:30pm
Thursday, November 21 - OPEN 7:50am-3:30pm
Friday, November 22 - OPEN 7:50am-3:30pm
On Thursday, November 14th, Mrs. Maggie Unites was recognized as the Hoyt Q. Bailey Agape winner for Cleveland County. Of all the nominees from all the schools in Cleveland County, one of ours was recognized for not only being a quality teacher, but also being a teacher that works to make her students better people. Mrs. Unites doesn't always understand how unique she is, after all, she's just doing her job. Mrs. Unites is a good teacher that puts in a lot of hard work and a lot of heart. Congratulations Mrs. Unites!
Meghan James, a fourth grader, was also recognized as a Cleveland County Schools Hero!
The Kindergarten classes completed a unit study about Pets with their class. The boys and girls compared characteristics of animals that make them alike and different from other animals and nonliving things. During the unit, the students learned about what pets need, how they grow, and how they change. They compared different types of dogs, cats, and other animals that are good pets. As a cummulative activity, the unit ended with a Pet Parade. The kindergarteners were encouraged to bring a picture of their pet, dress up like a pet, or bring a stuffed animal of their favorite pet to show as Fifth Grade Kinder Pals enjoyed the parade.