4th Grades Learns About Aquifer

Fourth graders enjoyed a hands-on lesson about their local aquifer this week thanks to guests from the Town of Rotterdam’s Public Works Department. Gathered around a large model, students pretended to be storms as they sprayed water and watched how the water flowed. Students also tried to control water runoff by placing berms they made …

Sweet Fun in Mrs. Madej’s Class

The Frosty Queen Ice Cream Shop opened up in Mrs. Madej’s kindergarten class this month as students enjoy pretending to serve tasty treats to their classmates! “Scoop after scoop, everyone has been enjoying taking orders and making these imaginative and fun ice cream treats!” explained Mrs. Madej. “The Frosty Queen has provided students with an …

Jefferson Celebrates 100 Days of School

Jefferson Elementary students found plenty of ways to feel 100 days smarter Tuesday as classes celebrated the 100th day of the school year! Whether counting 100 licks of a lollipop, measuring out 100 snacks, or completing 100 heads or tails coin flips, students enjoyed lots of learning activities! See more photos on our Flickr page.

Dinosaur Museum in Mrs. Knapik’s Class

Second graders in Mrs. Knapik’s class enjoyed sharing everything they learned about their favorite dinosaurs at last week’s Dinosaur Museum! Students presented to first grade class visitors as well as families who were invited to visit the museum. “Students research and write a report and a fantasy story about their dinosaur,” explained Mrs. Knapik. “They …

Week Ahead at Jefferson Elementary

Winter Recess There will be no school Friday, February 16 through Friday, February 23 due to the Winter Recess. We hope our families have a wonderful break! Jefferson Elementary Calendar 

Grade 4 Native American Artifact Museum

Ms. Weeks’ 4th grade class held a Native American Artifact Museum Monday where students shared projects they created based on their research. From longhouses to drums to even homemade cornbread, students proudly shared their creations with families who complimented their work and asked questions. Students were only too eager to share what they learned, often …

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