Recording Outstanding Education
Volume II, No. 11
Nassau County School District continues to have positive events occurring on our campuses. Take a look at some of the things that have happened recently.
Pirate Food Drive
L-R: Emmie Athavale, Amelia Cutshaw, Avery Bolt, Jenna Swift
Candy and Climates?
At Yulee Middle School, Mrs. Randall’s class discovered types of climate zones based on weather patterns using M&Ms. Students explored the climate zones even further by determining the types and adaptations of native plants and animals within each area.
Congratulations to Mrs. Randall and her students for making learning engaging and memorable in their classroom!
Fairy Tale Family Night
The 2018 Yulee Elementary School’s Enchanted Forest Book Fair was a royal success. Family Night was especially epic. A frenzy of shoppers stormed the fair purchasing books and gadgets for three hours.
Families enjoyed the castle-themed photo booth complete with props in which 70-plus photos were made. There was lots of excitement in the Enchanted Forest that night and the magic will not be forgotten.
Trailblazing BINGO for Books
Wildlight Elementary's families were able to join in an exciting night of reading and family time.
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Thank you to everyone involved in creating a fantastic night for your students!
Assistant Principals are participating in a 3-part professional development program and book study, Leadership Essentials for Assistant Principals (LEAP), led by staff from NEFEC. Teams were responsible for presentations that were filled with Kagan strategies, Padlet collaboration, hands-on activities, role-play, props, and movement! #LifelongLearning