In February, several students throughout the district participated in a reading incentive program, called Battle of the Books. Earlier this fall, teams of three to four students in 4th thru 12th grade began reading 20 books and then in February demonstrated their knowledge of the books in school and statewide competitions. 757 more words
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In celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Read-Across-America Day last week, elementary school students throughout the district participated in fun reading activities.
First grade students at Eagle Point Elementary dressed up as “Things” from The Cat in the Hat. 177 more words
Recently, students at Windsor Elementary School showed their scientific skills at the school’s annual Science Fair on February 27. Students prepared displays showing how they completed a scientific process. 35 more words
On Tuesday, February 27th, several students participated in the Regional Math 24 competition held in Madison.
Twelve 4th graders from the four DASD elementary schools competed. 246 more words
Third graders at Windsor Elementary School held their own Windsor Olympics to coincide with the 23rd Winter Olympics being held in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
According to third grade teacher, Natalie Slaby, students and staff started with a parade of nations on Monday, February 12. 125 more words
On January 25, 90 students and three teachers performed in 38 different acts during the 2018 Windsor Elementary School Variety Show. “It really was awesome to watch how brave everyone was to get up on stage and share their talents with everyone,” said the school’s music teacher, Danielle Iskandarani. 84 more words