The fifth grade students at Avery Elementary were introduced to the book Love That Dog by Sharon Creech to begin their poetry unit in Language Arts. In this book, a reluctant writer falls in love with poetry as the teacher shares different poems with her class. The boy finally expresses the loss of his dog through poetry. Read More
Horizon Elementary students command attention when they put their collaborative minds together to create, design, and build structures with materials. They discuss what is hard, what they learn from mistakes, and how the building process is fun in Creativity Lab. Watch a short video to learn more.
Hilliard Memorial Middle School Performing Arts are proud to present Disney’s THE LION KING, JR. this weekend, March 3-4. Inspired by Julie Taymor’s ingenious Broadway production, The Lion King, Jr. creates unique storytelling with glorious costumes, unique staging, and unforgettable puppetry. The African savannah comes to life with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle… and back again, in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale.
Tickets are $7 General Admission and $5 for Students and Senior Citizens. They can be purchased at the door. Both shows begin at 7 PM.
Britton’s first ever Multicultural Night was held on Friday, February 24. At the event, Britton families volunteered to set up booths representing 16 different countries from around the world. Many tables included information about the country, free samples of traditional food items and displays of cultural clothes, art, and history. The PTO also arranged live performances of Irish, Bollywood, and Dabke dance. The night was an immense success and displayed the rich diversity of our school’s student body from around the globe. The PTO looks forward to making this an annual tradition.
The Bradley Choir is working with the Bishop Watterson High School Choir on a special event. The two schools will present a Cancer Benefit Choir Concert on Thursday, March 16 at 7pm. The schools are collaborating with Families for a Cure in their first ever concert like this. The performance will be in the Bradley PAC. There is no cost for the concert, but they are asking for $10 donations to go to Families for a Cure.
We want to share some exciting news regarding our Academy INC students. The students compete in a variety of competitions through the student club called Business Professionals of America (BPA). A few weeks ago, our Academy INC students competed at the Regional level.
Congratulations to the following students for their accomplishments: Read More