Students in Third through Fifth grade at Glenns Valley participated in a presentation on harmful behaviors by Officer Kelsay. Students learned about reporting hurtful behavior before bullying habits can take over. We appreciate our partnership with IMPD.
Jeremiah Gray is happy to announce we had over 350 parents, students, and staff come to JGE’s first S.T.E.M. Night presented by the Children’s Museum! The students were able to participate in several Science, Technology, Engineering , and Math activities that were fun and educational.
A big thank you goes out to Douglas MacArthur’s fourth grade parents, for your contributions to our Boxes of Hope program. In reading class, fourth graders “stuffed”, and decorated, four boxes. Soon, these boxes, and many more like them, will be on their way to Romania to be received by underprivileged youth.
Today was the first meeting of the new Mary Bryan Elementary Sign Language Club. We had 48 KDG thru 5th grade students show up! Students learned the signs for the ABC’s, manners, colors and got to play a signing game. They also watched a video of a fun song in ASL (American Sign Language). Any Mary Bryan student is welcome on Thursday mornings at 8am.
Students in Mrs. Norris’ preschool class invited their special friends to join them for a snack today. They spent the morning baking muffins to share.
Steve Grant, former Indianapolis Colts player, spoke the student body at Southport Academy. He now travels to schools across the country about making good choices. He spoke specifically about overcoming obstacles and the importance of integrity and perseverance.
Both Southport and Perry Meridian Volleyball teams partner to raise money to fight cancer. The Night Full of Color Filled with Hope raised almost $500. Great job!
Mrs. Blackley’s Kindergarten class at JGE participated in Thank an Officer 2016! We hope the officers enjoy their treats! We appreciate everything they do for us!
This month marks the kickoff of Perry Meridian Middle School’s year-long College and Career Readiness programs. Our first activity for eighth graders is a field trip to the IUPUI campus. Students are learning about the college admissions process and standards, and getting a look at the college experience. Guidance counselors at PMMS are Acile Springer and Julie Markle.
In Homecroft Elementary 5th grade book clubs, they read “What Are Robots?”. Mr. Dunn makes a text to world connection by showing the group how to work an Ozobot.