Recording Outstanding Education
Volume III, No. 22
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.
Where Is Your Favorite Spot?
Emma Love Hardee Elementary's students and teachers used social media to share their favorite reading places. Where do you like to enjoy a book?
The Bobcat Bunch
Bryceville Elementary School's Faculty and Staff are celebrating Spirit Day each Friday. One Friday, they made a video for their BES Bobcats. Take a look!
Mrs. Fancher's 2nd-grade class at Wildlight Elementary usually has theme days in the classroom when a certain amount of iReady lessons have been passed and completed. Her students have been doing an amazing job with distance learning and she wanted to celebrate them. She hosted some virtual theme days.
Make it Monday
Make something such as lunch, a new recipe (with supervision), build something, etc.
Tent it Tuesday
Using items in and around your house, create a tent, and enjoy a book in it.
Wear it Wednesday
Wear your favorite shirt, hat, socks, pajamas
Write a note or do a kind gesture to show your gratitude for someone.
Do something fun with your family (ride bikes, bake, have a movie night, etc.)
The students and parents enjoyed the theme days and are ready for more!
🏴☠️ ELH Is Still Here 🏴☠️
Emma Love Hardee Elementary also wanted to remind their students that they can count on ELH! Check out their video below.
Resource Teachers Show Their Love
Resource teachers across the District are reaching out to their students to express how much they are missing their students. Check out the videos from teachers at Callahan Intermediate School and Yulee Elementary School.
Southside Misses Their Li'l Pirates
All of the teachers and staff at Southside Elementary created a video to remind their students how much they love and miss having them at school.
Mrs. Taylor's 1st-grade students had a great time with "Flat Mrs. Taylor"!
Students in Ms. Scott's 3rd-grade classroom from Yulee Elementary School participated in an Earth Day Scavenger Hunt.
How many ways can you help the Earth?
The Little Hornets in Mrs. Walker's 2nd-grade class at Yulee Primary School discovered a lot of information about Earth Day through distance learning. Using Epic, they read book collections on Earth Day. They also watched Brainpop Jr.'s video on recycling before making "Recycled Robots".
BINGO Motivation 🏆
Mrs. Barnes, from Callahan Elementary School, delivered BINGO boards to her students. The boards were marked with things that students can do during distance learning. Students marked off items until their boards were full. They shared their pictures with Mrs. Barnes to receive a BINGO pass that could be used for a free day of Lexia/i-Ready or other prizes. They all look like winners!
🐰 Hop to Drawing 🐰
Callahan Elementary's, Mrs. Wheeler, guided her students on a virtual directed drawing of a bunny. Using Google Meet, students followed Mrs. Wheeler as she modeled the drawing. Mrs. Wheeler said, "It was great to see my students showing off their hard work". It looks like they were proud to showcase their bunnies!
Learning With A 🐐
Hilliard Middle-Senior High School's 6th-grade student, Corbin Poteet, has a unique friend join him during his distance learning. His pet goat, Lola, joined him for his Teams meeting with Ms. Nantz's ELA class. Many students have enjoyed having their pets near them while learning from home.
Chemistry Can Happen Anywhere
Not being on a school campus has not stopped Ms. Brumfield's Chemistry students from showing what they know. The Yulee High School students are modeling chemical reactions at home using gumdrops, stickers, or whatever materials they have available. Check out their models below!
Time to Fly ✈
Bryceville Elementary's Faculty and Staff sent a flight of support to their students on their Friday Spirit Day.
Helping A Community
Mrs. Williamson, Mrs. Parm, Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Harrison, and Ms. Furr were some of the teachers from Callahan Elementary that were working together to help serve lunches to the community.
Out of the BLUE...
On May 1st, Mrs. Hunter (Hilliard Middle-Senior High School) and Mrs. Hopson (Fernandina Beach Middle School) delivered BLUE treats to their students on ACCESS points. The bags were filled with all things blue and the tag said, "Something out of the BLUE to say we miss YOU!" These teachers were thrilled to see the smiling faces that they have missed so much during distance learning.
Spreading Cheer 😊
Students from Mr. Arnold's Band and Guitar class at Callahan Middle School recorded music videos and a personal message of support that were sent to local nursing home residents to spread cheer while they are unable to have visitors. Compassion and the power of music are alive and well at CMS!