Fourth grader's in Erika Cook's art room at Jefferson Elementary School used water colors to paint images in the style of Austrian artist/architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser. "Students learned how Hundertwasser utilized irregular lines, bold colors, and incorporated nature into his unique structures and paintings," explains Cook. "I then let the kids loose to create their own designs including the one seen here by Hassan Gahnug."
The Richland School District is offering a lot of great classes this summer. Please see the file below for a complete list of what will be offered. Registration will open up May 16th so sign up early to ensure your spot.
The new Book Club at Jefferson Elementary School is popular. There are two groups of 10 to 15 students who meet Thursdays during lunch time to discuss books and authors. The students are enthusiastic about this weekly opportunity.
"The kids enjoy this informal time of eating lunch and talking about books," says Jefferson librarian Rhonda Howard. "I've heard from parents that their kids love Book Club."
Myths and fairy tales have been a natural fit for the Book Club as there are books at all reading levels. Howard is currently gathering copies of Charlotte's Web for the club members to read during spring break.
The timeline for the new Jefferson Elementary School has been announced! Please check out the link below for a detailed plan. The new school is set to open in August 2018.
Do you have a child that will be age 3 or 4 by August 31,2016? If so we are having a free preschool registration event on Saturday April 30th! You may come between 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. The locations are Jefferson Elementary and Tapteal Elementary. To see all of the details please click on the link below.
Pennies For Patients is a fundraiser for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. We will be collecting donations March 1st-April 30th. Spirit Week will be March 23-27th with lots of activities each day to help bring awareness.
5th Grade vs Staff Tug-O-War
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