Art, Guidance, Library, Music, P.E., and Spanish
2nd Grade- Art
2nd graders have been working hard to create artworks from different categories: narrative, ceremonial, functional, or expressive. After looking at examples of these kinds of artworks, they were inspired to design their own, using a material of their choice. ALL of 2nd grade’s student artworks will be on display as a part of our school-wide art show STEAM Family Night – March 21!
3rd grade- Music
3rd grade has been collaborating with the classroom teachers as well as the library on their PBL to produce commercials for their products. Be on the lookout for when their commercials go into production!
Over the next few weeks we will begin to apply our music reading skills in to playing the recorder.
4th grade- Physical Education
Right now, 4th Grade is in the middle of our basketball unit. Basketball involves a variety of skills that may be practiced individually, in pairs, or with groups. Activities in this unit follow a high-activity, skill progression which can be adapted for a variety of skill levels. Activities are designed to include and challenge all students' physical skills, while maintaining enjoyable, health-promoting, moderate-to-vigorous physical activity during class.
Physical Education Teacher
5th grade- Library
Library Media Specialist
Guidance - All Grade Levels
This quarter your school counselor has been SUPER BUSY! In two months I have made it into each and every classroom to work on our Empathy Unit as well as moving into our Emotional Management Unit!
Second graders made empathy posters and 3rd graders made empathy books. Kindergartners made Anger Monsters and 1st graders practiced calm down strategies.
All students are learning to recognize their own and others feelings, and the younger students are practicing what they can say and do to show compassion.
The Johnson students continue to amaze me every day.
Connect to ClassDojo to see what goes on in all classes!
Johnson STEAM Family Night 2019
Thursday, March 21st, 5-7pm
We will have the gym, library building, and 3rd-5th grade classrooms filled with great activities for your family to enjoy.
Please remind students to turn in books on time. Of course, books can be renewed. If a book is lost, the student will have to pay the replacement costs. If your child has an overdue item, you will receive an automated message from our library management system, Destiny.