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Tuesday, February 21 - GatorFest 2017

Mark your calendars for our annual GatorFest on Friday, March 31 from 5-8PM @ Lower Campus. Come join us for an fun-filled evening with music, inflatables, food, golf cart raffle, and more!

Tuesday, February 21 - Biscuits and Books Breakfast

Our school hosted Biscuits and Books Breakfast on Valentine's Day with the support of Village Church and the school's PTO. It was an opportunity for parents to have breakfast with the their child at school and shop for a good book at the Spring book fair.

 

 

Monday, February 06 - National Geographic Bee

Congratulations to Harrison Knight, a 4th grader in Ms. Stanek's class, for winning the 2017 National Geographic Bee at Lake Carolina Upper Campus. Noah Brown, a 5th grader in Ms. Moses' class, is the runner up. 
tudents in the Geography Club competed in seven rounds during the school level competition. Special thanks to Ms. Flores and Ms. Morrison for sponsoring this club.tudents in the Geography Club competed in seven rounds during the school level competition. Special thanks to Ms. Flores and Ms. Morrison for sponsoring this club.
 
Geography Club Members: Jiya Anand, Brooke Benson, Jacob Blevins, Noah Brown, Brian Grieve, Sevon Jenkins, Harrison Knight, Makaleigh Martin, and Kirk Perry

Monday, February 06 - Braille Challenge Winner

Congratulations to Sadie Spence, a 3rd grade student in Ms. Rosenberg's class, for winning second place for her freshman division in the Braille Challenge. 


The Braille Challenge is for students from across the state of South Carolina and is an academic competition emphasizing the study of braille. It was a day of challenges including spelling, proof-reading and reading comprehension in addition to fun-filled activities. It was held at the Commission for the Blind in Columbia. 

See news footage from this competition at WLTX.com 

Monday, February 06 - Skype with Suzanne Selfors

Ms. Comisky's 3rd grade class Skyped with Suzanne Selfors, a children's book author. They read Smells Like Dog as a class and asked her questions about the book as well as about being a writer during the session. This was a great experience!

Tuesday, January 10 - Fossil Frank Visits 3rd Grade

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