December 9, 2016 was the day for gingerbread! Families joined students in 2nd Grade to decorate gingerbread. Look at all the fun!
Reece, a student at Table Mound, was recently awarded first place in the 1st-3rd grade category of the American Printing House for the Blind’s APH Insights 2016 art exhibition. Reece created an artwork featuring trees in each season of the year. He and his family traveled to Louisville, Kentucky to receive the award which included a blue ribbon and $100.
Students and teachers of 4th Grade helped give the butterfly gardens a new look by weeding, pulling out old, overgrown plants, and replacing with new plants and mulch donated by Miller Logging. The gardens also received two birdhouses built, donated, and installed by Bruce Novak, assisted by his 4th grade grandson, Jarrett.
Students in Ms. Butt’s class used creative writing, green screening videography, and teleprompter techniques to create book talks about some of their favorite books. Here are the fun results!
Ms. Link, a University of Dubuque student teacher in Ms. Thill’s 5th grade class, inspired students to present their volcano inquiry research in a green screen video format. Students rehearsed scripts they had written, created teleprompter presentations to display their scripts, then performed in front of a green screen using the teleprompter. Students were also responsible for finding images to use to replace the green screen, while learning about image search techniques and copyright issues.