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STAAR Math for 3/4th grade April 22, 2014. STAAR Reading for 3/4th grade April 23, 2014. Good luck students!!

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Reading Class Learns to Bake Biscuits

The 2nd grade reading class finished reading "Mole Bakes Bread" this week and got to try their hand at making biscuits.  Ms. Maxynne Marr worked with the students as they learned from the story how important it is to follow directions when baking.  On Friday the students learned about fractions and kneading while making their biscuits.  On their first attempt, they added too much liquid to the bowl.  They found out how to "fix" their mistake by using fractions and doubling the recipe.  Just as in the story, the students made too much "bread" for themselves and decided to share it with their friends. . . . read more

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Kindergarten Celebrates Dr. Seuss' 100th Birthday

The Kindergarten classes of Ms. Koehn, Mrs. Gaillard, and Mrs. Alexander spent the week celebrating Dr. Seuss' 100th birthday with many fun and educational activities.  We read many of the different Dr. Seuss books which included Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, Dr Seuss's ABC's, I Am Not Going to Get Up Today!, Bartholomew and Oobleck, Put Me in the Zoo, and Fox and Socks.   We also played various Dr. Seuss games that reinforce rhythm, matching, sorting, counting, and many other skills that we have been working on . . . read more

STAAR Testing has Arrived!

STAAR testing has begun at Texhoma Elementary this week.  The fourth graders took two days to complete the writing assessment.  Many students have put in extra time and effort by staying after school for tutorials.   Third and fourth graders will take the STAAR Math on April 22 and the STAAR Reading on April 23.  There are make-up days available in case a student is sick on test days.  Good luck to all the students!  Keep working; you are doing GREAT!! read more

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