Help Fund New Science Equipment

Science Lab

New and Improved Science Equipment

Do you remember your times in Science Lab? Of course, we all do.  And do you remember all of those experiments where you broke a test tube or spilled the chemicals?  It is all part of experimenting.

And now, despite your less-than-stellar results in class, many of you have gone on to pursue careers in scientific, health and related fields, and have done very well!

Congratulations – and we are glad we could help!

BUT now we have to replace, replenish, and bring up to date all the supplies that you used!

Your school is desperately in need of equipment for Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy, Biology, Physical Science, and the Junior High Grades.

We have been as frugal as we can, but it is going to take about $20,000 to restock our departments.

It is a big number … but I think you can help us.

Please consider giving a donation to the Science Department. You might like to honor a teacher, or a classmate, or your parents. And if you still have that Blue Jays competitive spirit … the Class of 1969 has raised $1,000 and they challenge your class to outdo them!

We hope you and your class can give $20,000 – but if that amount is a bit too high – we will take smaller contributions too. Actually, we’ll be happy with donations in any amount and we greatly appreciate your support of our science programs!

To give click this link: http://www.gofundme.com/kjfqr8

2nd Grade Thanksgiving projects

Native American Indians introduced popcorn and cranberries to the Pilgrims. Mrs. Holdgreve’s and Mrs. Koverman’s classes took time to study more about these foods.

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  Here the students watched popcorn pop and dance in vinegar and baking soda water.

Mrs. Holdgreve popcorn

 After reading about cranberry plants an cranberry bogs, they bounced and measured the cranberries to see which ones were good, fresh cranberries.