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What's New at Table Mound Elementary

Table Mound Open House and Family Picnic

Table Mound School held an open house on September 26, 2016 for students and teachers to share the exciting learning that is happening in classrooms. The open house was followed by the PTC Family Picnic. Fun was had by all!

PTC Fundraiser Kickoff

At this kickoff, several teachers and Principal Hull volunteered to play one of the games being sold through the fundraiser, a jelly bean tasting game. Flavors included marshmallow, toothpaste, grass, rotten eggs, sour milk, and more. Can you tell from the expressions whether they chose a good-tasting jelly bean or one that was not as pleasant tasting?

2016-2017: Our First Day of School

 

 

 

Hull to Become Next Table Mound Elementary School Principal

At its July meeting, the Dubuque Community School District Board of Education approved the appointment of Matthew Hull as the new principal of Table Mound Elementary School beginning in the 2016-2017 school year. Hull is currently the instructional coach at Fulton Elementary School, a role he has held since 2009.

As principal of Table Mound, Hull will be responsible for the strategic and day-to-day operations of the school, which serves approximately 420 students and almost 60 professional and support staff.
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2015-2016 Table Mound “Send-Off”

It has long been tradition at Table Mound Elementary for staff to send students off for the summer at the end of a school year. Smiles and tears, along with good wishes for summer, are exchanged between students and staff.

 

 

 

PBIS Bingo

Friday afternoon brought a BINGO game celebration of our year of learning using PBIS (Positive Behavior Instruction Supports). All year, we learned about and practiced: Be Safe, Be Resposible, and Be Respectful.

Awards Day 2016

Table Mound students and staff have a lot to be proud of! 

2016 Butterfly Gardens

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.