The students are busy reflecting and creating a multimedia video that recaps their 1st grade year! Some of the students are having a lot of fun creating the videos! If they want to create them at home, click here!
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Fuel Up To Play Assembly:
May 15th Fuel Up to Play 60 Motivational Assembly - featuring the Seattle Seahawks!
As you may know, Discovery’s P.E. Department received a 2012-2013 Fuel up to Play 60 grant to help promote healthy eating and physical activity. By receiving this grant, Discovery, along with a number of other FUTP60 grant recipients in the state of Idaho, was entered into a drawing to receive a motivational assembly with the Seattle Seahawks. And as I’m sure your child has mentioned, Discovery was chosen to receive this assembly!! We are the only school in Idaho to host this event for 2012-2013! However, due to time constraints from the Seahawks’ busy schedule there is just ONE assembly scheduled. With nearly 600 students and staff members in attendance, coupled with our limited gym space, we are asking for your cooperation and understanding that this special assembly is for students only. We would also like to encourage the students to wear Seahawks gear/colors (blue and green) or Discovery Spirit shirts on the 15th.
Monday, May 6, 2013
Today the students finished their group presentations! We invited Ms. Unger's class over to watch our presentations. Our students were amazing.. showing no fear to present in front of 50 kids. The audience had the opportunity to provide compliments for each team.
Team Bats - click here
Team Birds - click here
Team Beetles - click here
Team Wolves - click here
Team Lions - click here
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Who: All first grade students at Discovery Elementary
What: A great week of camping in the classroom. Activities
include arts/crafts, songs, stories, games, a Read-In,
snacks, and camp mail. Kids, you won’t want to miss
Items that need to be sent to school (Parents – please mark your calendars for items that need to be brought to school on certain days. Thanks in advance for your help)
Friday, May 17th - Send in $2.00 for your child to have a BBQ lunch with Mr. Dudley. The $2.00 will go towards a hotdog lunch with chips, drink, and a cookie. The lunch will be on May 28th but the money is due on May 17th. If your child doesn’t want a hotdog for lunch on the 28th, he/she can bring a sack lunch from home.
Monday, May 20th- Please send in a white t-shirt that your child may tie-dye. Include your child’s initials in permanent marker on the tag of t-shirt.
Friday, May 24th - Care packages* need to be sent to school. Students can also bring a blanket and a favorite book.
*Parents, your child’s care package should be about the size of a shoe box, wrapped and addressed as though it were really going through the mail. You could even use stickers in place of postage stamps. Please include the following items in your child’s package: a drink, a snack and a letter that tells your child how proud you of them with his/her accomplishments in first grade.
Schedule of Events
Friday, May 17th – BBQ lunch money ($2.00) due
Monday, May 20th – White shirt needs to be sent to school for tie-dying.
Friday, May 24th – Set up camp in classrooms, care packages need to be sent to school. Students can also bring a blanket and a favorite book. Field Day will be in the afternoon.
Tuesday, May 28th – Activity Stations: students will rotate through first grade classrooms for camp activities and BBQ lunch with Mr. Dudley. A sack lunch is needed if your child doesn’t want to eat a hotdog lunch.
Wednesday, May 29th – Camp activities in the classroom
Thursday, May 30th – Activity Stations: students will rotate through first grade classrooms for camp activities.
Friday, May 31st – Camp Activities – Autographs and Good-byes. (Last day of school is a full day)
Click here for printable version.
Click here for printable version.