about 1 year ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Reminder that Thursday, November 10, 2022 is early dismissal at 11:18 a.m. This is for Parent/Teacher conferences which are from 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. and 5-7:00 p.m. Looking forward to seeing everyone.
about 1 year ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Thank you to the community member that purchased all these backpacks for students in need at TAS!
about 1 year ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
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Reminder: November 10 is a half day of school. Parent/Teacher conferences from 12-3pm and 5-7pm. Dismissal is at 11:18am. We look forward to seeing you at conferences!
about 1 year ago, Ms. Kendra Feldhusen
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To all students and parents planning to attend the 8th grade trip in May: A meeting will be held at 6pm in the auditorium the evening of parent teacher conferences. This week on Thursday. November 10th. Please attend to learn about our next fundraiser for the trip! Thank you to all those that helped with our pasty sale!!
about 1 year ago, Brooke Neeb
Please click here for this week's Sunday Send Off https://www.smore.com/ja4tz
about 1 year ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
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Mrs. Curley’s class has been learning all about the “scientific method”. We cannot pronounce most of the steps, but we put it to practice by making moon-doh! 🧪😂👌
about 1 year ago, Quin Curley
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ELA centers keep us busy and engaged in kindergarten 📚🍎😊
about 1 year ago, Quin Curley
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Picture Retake Day is November 11, 2022
about 1 year ago, Ms. Kendra Feldhusen
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Ms. Parker’s 4th grade classes spent part of their day today sharing their realistic fiction stories to the class.
about 1 year ago, Ms. Parker
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Tribal Youth Opportunity Tribal Leadership Conference please click here for more information https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-uiRI6QbcnPWun-dPov-1NXJOWXNVKPz/view?usp=share_link
about 1 year ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Picture Retake Day will be Friday, November 11, 2022.
about 1 year ago, Ms. Kendra Feldhusen
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Being healthy is a life long process. Students in 6th grade performed a skit to help us focus on the 5 main goals from Project Healthy Schools. 1. Eat more fruits and vegetables. 🥦🥑 2. Choose less sugary foods and beverages.🥛💧 3. Eat less fast and fatty foods. 🚫 4. Be active every day. 🏃🏻‍♀️⛹🏼 5. Spend less time in front of a screen. 🎮 @projecthealthyschools
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Evans
students performing a skit
students performing a skit
students performing a skit
Mrs. Frank has chosen Maci Hutchinson as the Newberry Elementary student of the week. She is in Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Price’s 5th grade class. She has been chosen for always being on top of her assignments and for her participation in class. Every day she comes to class prepared to learn. In her free time Maci likes to draw and listen to music.
about 1 year ago, Ms. Kendra Feldhusen
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Please join us in continuing our kindness journey. Click on the following link to see the November Kindness Calendar. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wBxAZ4K0c_Lt1chTJ9sRTtFiHn1_tlrZ/view?usp=share_link
about 1 year ago, Ms. Kendra Feldhusen
So fun!
about 1 year ago, Ms. Kendra Feldhusen
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Thank you for visiting our classroom!
about 1 year ago, Ms. Kendra Feldhusen
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Halloween shenanigans in sixth grade. 🎃👻
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Evans
children eating Halloween treats
children eating Halloween treats
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children eating Halloween treats
The suffix -ness, writing practice. (Part 2) 📝
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Evans
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students working on a poster
students working on a poster
Sixth graders learned that when you add the suffix -ness to an adjective, the part of speech of the word changes to a noun! Dark becomes darkness, quick becomes quickness, etc. We practiced writing sentences using a word as an adjective, then adding -ness to use it as a noun. Great practice on making sure your sentences “sound right” by using words the correct way! ✍️ (Part 1)
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Evans
children working on a poster
children working on a poster
children working on a poster for the suffix Ness
Learning about the suffix Ness