Temporary Campus Tell All #5
A week of reflection
6th Grade Curriculum Night
1925 Nora Tyson Rd, St Cloud, FL, 34771
Carpool Reminders Both Campuses*
On Wednesdays students can not be picked up after 1:30.
Thank you for your understanding !
Parent Teacher conferences
Making a water compass with Mrs. Rodriguez is fun!
Sixth graders practicing grammar in Mrs. Arjon's class.
Mr. Mcclellan, Ms. Gibney, & Ms. Seeber ready for students
6th grade math created different arrangements of pennies to understand factors and prime numbers. Pre-algebra was introduced to proportional reasoning, and they used mathematical modeling to decide if a roller coaster was safe for riders of all heights. - Mrs. Strain
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During Mr. Leslie's 5th Grade class did an experiment with dry ice during their science block.
Playing Pictionary with our weekly vocabulary words in Mrs. Gilliland's 3rd grade class.
Working on our science vocabulary in Mrs. Rodriguez's class.
Our Kindergarten Welcoming Brunch
Osceola Science Sharks Soccer Team Wins 8-0
Yesterday our Boys Soccer Team won their first game form the Middle School League. Our Sharks beat St. Cloud Preparatory Academy 8 - 0, keeping in mind that this league is for students from 6th, 7th and 8th graders, it is a great start for our team.
Their next game is Wednesday 25th at Four Corners Charter School.
The boys dedicated the win to Ms. Jensen.
6th Grade Gym Uniform Policy
Please refer to Risse Brothers with all of your uniform questions and needs https://www.rissebrothers.com
100 Candace Dr, Maitland, FL 32751
Mr. Mcclellan's Science Corner
"This week we have been stimulating the curiosity of our students with more demonstrations of the magnetism that is in the air to go along with their study of geography and the compass rose/magnetic north. We showed them that the earth has a magnetic field and then showed them what a magnetic field looks like as you should see in the photo. Cool! Here are two girls in Mrs. Rodriquez and Mrs. Snell's class showing a magnetic field made of iron filings.
We also did a fun experiment with Mr. Leslie's fifth graders setting up a complete investigation lab and scientific method outlay of a question, hypothesis, experiment, analysis of data and conclusion (with making a table and doing a line-graph) of our investigations. We also gave them a fun introduction to dry ice as you can see from the photo and made a enormous bubble that exploded on the towel with a really cool cloud/wave in a concentric circle. Pretty awesome demo - and we'll do more with dry ice subsequently. The kids loved it!
In Mrs. Seebers/Mrs. Gibney's class we floated paper clips on water. Unbelievable. Surface tension is one of the several ways that objects float. These kids will never forget the experiential opportunities that stimulated their love of science. Wouldn't you agree?"