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Tale Spinners Debut "The Nightmare Room"

The Edison Tale Spinners completed the school year with the release of their Choose-Your-Own-Adventure book, “The Nightmare Room”.

You can download and read (or print) the whole story here! 13 more words

Coalbanks Elementary School selected as name for new Copperwood-area school

Lethbridge School District No. 51 put the Coalbanks name back on the map by naming the new Copperwood-area school Coalbanks Elementary School.

The west Lethbridge school is slated to open fall 2017 and, now that a name has been chosen, the work can get underway. 118 more words

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Exploring a New Section of the Rio Chama

Last Thursday was our final outdoor adventure with our Tierra Amarilla River Classroom. The Rio Chama has gone up considerably, and so we decided to explore a new area of the Rio Chama. 190 more words

Experiential Learning

Help M.I.L.K Kickstart the "Hopi Tribe Backpack Drive"

93% of Native American children without school supplies have lower attendance rates, do poorly in school and have a higher dropout rate. Each year, Make an Investment in Love and Kindness’ (M.I.L.K.) back to school outreach makes it possible for those that are low income or without parents of the Northern Arizona tribes to receive a backpack with school supplies. 38 more words

Charity

"The Poisonestdest Sea Snake" And Other Gems of Wisdom from the Elementary Classroom

I was going through my old writing journals today because I was actually legitimately looking for something, and I got distracted by all these cute snippets of conversations from the K-3 classes I used to be a teacher’s assistant in.  597 more words

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A Plea for Flexibility on the Open-Toed Shoe Policy

Dear Ms. Teacher and Mr. Principal,

Greetings at this insanely busy time of year!

I’m sorry to write with what I recognize as a potentially annoying request, but we are rather desperate as a family right now. 818 more words

Delphi 3rd graders adopt child battling cancer as class ‘Super Hero’

A third-grade class at Delphi Elementary School adopted a local boy with cancer as their class super hero Thursday.

Four-year-old Carter Allen was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer in 2015. 131 more words

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