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Improving Fluency with a Buddy

April 2017 Atkinson Second Grade

Students in Washington's first grade have a fun way to practice their high frequency words and reading skills. They are using fifth grade buddies! Fifth grade buddies come into the classroom and work one-on-one with students. They are helping them practice high frequency words or listening to students as they read stories. While fifth graders are working on their leadership roles, they are helping their buddies gain confidence as readers, as well as helping them build fluency and gain important reading skills.

Pictured: Steven Thomas and Ricardo Ramirez


Next Board of Education Meeting-Regular Meeting-May 1, 2017-5:30p.m.-Fremont Middle School,1250 North Street


Stamm Students Learn Cooperation At The Bunny Factory

The Kindergartners at Stamm Elementary were busy this week at their Bunny Factory. They put the word of the month “cooperation” to good use. They cooperated with each other as they worked on an assembly line to do many tasks, which included stuffing hundreds of plastic eggs. The students learned how working together as a team helps get a job done quicker and more effectively.

Student Draws On Peaceful Strength To Make A Difference

Can one man make a difference? JoLana Shetzer believes the answer is yes. Jolana, a fourth grader at Otis Elementary, wrote and presented a speech addressing this question at the Martin Luther King Jr. Oratorical at the Fremont Middle School. JoLana is hoping that through her speech others will see that they can make a difference in the treatment of all people. She wants to remind everyone that Martin Luther King Jr. used peaceful demonstrations to help stop racial inequality. JoLana believes that by following Martin Luther King Jr.’s philosophy in our words and actions we can create a peaceful community.

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