Archive for School: Crestview Elementary
Are you interested in enrolling your child in SOCCER this spring for FREE? Opportunity on Deck is offering a league that practices on Thursday nights from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. and plays games on Saturday mornings from 10:00 to noon. The first clinic will be hosted on April 11th at 10:00 a.m. at the Crestview Elementary School playground and all girls and boys in 1st through 6th grade are invited to attend. Opportunity on Deck is also in need of parent coaches to help out, if you are able. More information will be provided later this spring as the first practice approaches, if you have any question please email Dylan DeClerck at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may register online at http://opportunityondeck.com/OOD_Site/src/html/register.html.
Kindergarten music class is a time to explore, hear and develop the beginning knowledge and skill to listen and be able to talk about what students have heard and what they are learning. Students have been learning about rhythm and steady beat this week. They have been learning how to read rhythm notation and different ways to show their learning. One day, they played an echo game with Crestview music teacher William Bird where each student used rhythm sticks to play each rhythm as an echo and then from written music notation.
Learn skills needed to be a good babysitter! We’ll cover child play, emergencies, feeding, diapering, and more. Students will receive a booklet and a certificate at completion. Offered by WDMCS Community Education’s Adventures Program and Camp Fire.
Saturday, February 7 and 14, 9 a.m. at Hillside Elementary in the Cafeteria; $36.
Crestview fifth-grader Nithya Myneni recently completed reading all 17 of this year’s Iowa Children’s Choice Award books. Nithya’s favorite is “The Fast and the Furriest” by Andy Behrens, a comical story about a boy and his dog. An avid reader, Nithya is now enjoying “The Chronicles of Narnia” tales by C.S. Lewis.
First-graders celebrated the 100th day of school with fun activities, such as stringing necklaces with 100 pieces of Fruit Loops cereal and making hats. Some students made projects with 100 items at home and shared them with classmates.