Have you ever wonder what IXL
is? Or what IXL can help you with? Well, all of these answers will be yours
after you read this article. IXL has over 4,000 skills for K-12 students. You
can practice for an unlimited amount of time. What's nice about IXL is that
after you complete a skill you get a gold medal or even a prize! IXL can help
you get better grades and is also proven too. We hope you like IXL a little
more now that it is explained to you!!!
By- Maddy, Tommy and Ben
The Lelooska Foundation:
Our Field Trip
We are going to the Lelooska Foundation for a field trip. The Lelooska Foundation's address is 165 Merwin
Village Rd, Ariel, WA 98603. We are going on this field trip to enrich our
study of Washington state history. The Lelooska
Foundation's name came from Chief Lelooska, He was
an indian. Some of the committee members are: Lisa
Cunningham, Carol Edmo, Gretchen Fuller, and Wendy Dasler
Johnson.Many things are there, for example: masks,
statues, baskets, blankets, dresses, and hats. Some of the things they do
there are: Silent Auctions/Trading, Dances, School Living History Programs,
demonstrations, and Girl Scouts.
Abigail Hendrickson, Chera Bellika,
Mr. Grotte’s Goldfish
Mr. Grotte has 5
goldfish in his classroom at school. What do they do to eat? They put rocks
in their mouths, then eat the gunk, and spit the rock out. They also have a
big fish tank that the fish swim around in all day. Mr. Grotte
sometimes has to clean their fish tank out from all the algae. There is a
fish that is missing one eye. One of the fish are missing both of his eyes! I think it
was from a fight, poor fish. The biggest fish of all died like 3 months ago!
R.I.P. Big Fish. That’s Mr.Grotte’s goldfish. Thank
Our History Project
Have you ever wondered about
Coastal Indians or Plateau Indians? We were asked to explore: Day
in the Life …., or share artifacts on Coastal Indians or Plateau Indians.
Some groups picked Coastal People and others picked, Plateau People. We
choose our information from websites on the iPad and found other facts from
our social studies book. Everyone can find artifacts from historical
places and bring them in to show. We think it is important to have a
challenge in school and in school you need to be challenged with the people
you work with.
By: Skylar House,
Kacey Rolph, Olivia Lee and Emily Surdam
There was a science fair on March
27th. It was in the lunchroom in rows on the tables. It was from 10:00
to11:00 A.M. If you don't know what a science fair is, it something where you
make a project and present them to everyone who comes to you. 5th graders,
3rd graders, 2nd graders, 1st graders and parents walk around and ask
questions about the projects. You can also list facts and materials about
your project. The theme of the project is electricity. One of my favorite
projects was the floating paper clips. Most of the projects had magnets.
There were some of the best projects
I've ever seen, the best one I
think is the electric drawbridge. It was amazing, they did a great job.
By: Gabriel and Joseph
Easter is a national holiday
that gives candy but is the only holiday that you have to find the candy. You
find the candy that's inside the (plastic of course) eggs. The Easter bunny
hides the eggs so you have to find them to get to the candy inside. Our
favorite holiday is Easter because it celebrates Jesus's rebirth (and because
you get candy)! We think Easter is important because Jesus came back to life.
Hope you are going to die eggs this Easter and have fun.
By. Michael Keith, Sean Barsness, Nicholas Reich, Aidan Watson
Have you ever wondered about Google
docs? It is a very useful tool when typing. Not even old people know how to
use it. You don't have to save it- it saves for you! You can edit, change
size of text and spaces in between returns. You can also change the color of
text! I hope that you enjoyed our paragraph and maybe you will make an
account some day!
By: Tyler, Davari and