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Locust Street Expressive Arts
Learning through the arts helps prepare children for life.
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Julia Coggins 18h
Just a reminder that Wednesday, Sept. 23rd is a Teacher Workday. School will not be in session for students.
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Mrs. Johnson's 5th Grade 18h
I’m REALLY excited this shirt is finally here! After the past two days, I feel like my students should be wearing it for ME! 😂
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DanielBooneRgLibrary 21h
WEDNESDAY, 10 A.M.-3 P.M| American Red Cross Bloodmobile Drive| The need for blood is constant. Every blood donation you make can help save up to three lives. All donations will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies.
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Mrs. Johnson's 5th Grade 20h
Votes are in...the class thinks the food I licked will grow mold and decompose the quickest!! Thanks for being my cameraman so Ss could see the demonstration being set up!!
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Mrs. Eagle, School Counselor Sep 21
Voluntary Action Center-Holiday Assistance, apply Now.
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Mrs. Turner's First Grade Sep 21
We learned how to access more digital resources! By the end of the day, everyone successful located Pebble Go and BrainPop Jr! Thank you for helping us.
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Mrs. Turner's First Grade Sep 21
We spent time appreciating everything Ruth Bader Ginsburg did to create a better place for all of us to live! These firsties are ready to continue her work of improving our world.
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hoopla Digital Sep 21
Today, we remember the life of Justice . Learn more about the legacy leaves behind with this collection of , , and . 📚
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Ms. Tummons Sep 21
Today we celebrated (virtually!) the life of one incredible woman during our reading block by exploring a nonfiction text. I loved seeing all of my students taking time to reflect on the life and impact of Ruth Bader Ginsburg!
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Mrs. Eagle, School Counselor Sep 18
Week 2! We may have had to problem solve, take turns, listen, be patient and sometimes learn a new way of doing things... but guess what? WE ARE DOING IT AND WE ARE DOING IT WELL! Check out what is happening in Counselor:
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Mrs. Turner's First Grade Sep 15
Miss V. read Tacky The Penguin this afternoon. We discussed favorite parts from the story and what makes us unique.
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Mrs. Eagle, School Counselor Sep 14
Relationships First❤️
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Mrs. Lacey Sep 14
Busy morning organizing our curiosities about schools around the world.
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Mrs. Cayla Barnes Sep 15
Everyone meet the newest member of our classroom, Brownie. Our classroom has virtually adopted her from New Haven, MO. Thanks STL Dairy Council for this amazing opportunity to watch this little one grow and to learn more about dairy farms! 🐮
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Michelle Baumstark Sep 9
Tech help available again today. Techs will be at all of our middle schools 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday AND 5-7 p.m. at Aslin Bldg on Tues. through Thurs. Need meal information go to
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Mrs. Eagle, School Counselor Sep 10
Replying to @MTummonsLSEArts
This is most definitely a delightful 2nd grade crew! They made my ❤️ so happy! Thank you for letting me work with you students today😊☀️🌈
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Ms. Tummons Sep 10
Counselor this morning with and this delightful second grade crew of mine. They make this stressful transition to online learning well worth it!
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Mrs. Burkemper Sep 10
I do not like red bubbles and normally having 200+ notifications would stress me out. But not today. Seeing this makes my ❤️happy that our teachers and students are connecting! Thank you for advocating for for elementary.
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Mrs. Turner's First Grade Sep 10
It was difficult not floating around a room checking in with each writer about their 1st piece, but I was thrilled they all wrote! I love teaching writing and helping kiddos see the author within each of them!
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Mrs. Cayla Barnes Sep 8
Now everyone will know when I’m “on air”. is THE BEST! 💯🤩
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