Mrs. Marshall uses flashlight Friday to make reading more exciting! What a great way to encourage reading for enjoyment.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Flashlight Friday
Flashlight Friday
Flashlight Friday
Flashlight Friday
In Mrs. Robinson's classroom students are learning about flexible vs rigid thinking. Friday they were only given a specific set of materials (no glue, tape, etc) and had to use their “flexible thinking” to build a bridge.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Rigid vs. Flexible Thinking
Rigid vs. Flexible Thinking
Coach Edwards is always on the go. She is one of the few staff members who works in all three of our buildings in addition to being a coach. Welcome to Elsberry!
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
ESD Staff Spotlight E. Edwards
What are teachers doing today at CCE? We are participating in our first session of LETRS training. This is a two year commitment for our staff. LETRS teaches the skills needed to master the fundamentals of reading instruction—phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and language.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
LETRS Training
LETRS Training
LETRS Training
LETRS Training
Fourth graders made scientific observations of an object in motion to provide evidence that a pattern can be used to predict a future motion. They made Twist-O-Matics and worked with a partner to make observations and predictions.- Mrs. Yates
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
4th Grade Science
4th Grade Science
4th Grade Science
4th Grade Science
Our Boys and Girls Basketball coaching staff are starting a 6-week program to teach the fundamentals of basketball to 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. Throughout the 6 weeks, players will learn the fundamentals of the game to prepare them for school paid tournaments and guidance for teams interested in joining a CNR league. All of our CNR teams will be coached by parents that are going to be instructed by our coaches with skills training, drills and practice plans. With your help, we feel we can launch a successful youth basketball program. Listed below are the dates for the 6-week program. October 1st October 8th October 15th October 22th November 5th November 12th (play during the red and white scrimmage) @ 5pm All of these dates will be 2-hour sessions from 9am-11am on Saturdays only. We are offering this program for a one time fee of $50.00 per athlete. If you are interested in signing up please email Coach K at kkoch-dowell@elsberry.k12.mo.us or Coach Johnson at cjohnson@elsberry.k12.mo.us.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Basketball Camp
Explorer's Club is enrolling students in grades K-5. Limited bus service is available in the evenings. Family discounts are available if more than one child is enrolled. If you have questions or would like more information sent home please call 573-898-5554 ext. 267.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
EC Basic Info
Mrs. Niffen's class cooled off during math intervention with a snowball fight!
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Niffen Snowball Fight
Niffen Snowball Fight
Niffen Snowball Fight
Thank you Lincoln County Old Threshers for making our school part of the tractor parade route. The students were so excited!
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
LCOTA parade
LCOTA parade
LCOTA parade
LCOTA parade
Miss Hammett played Follow, Follow with Mrs. Wilch's kindergarten class during counseling time to practice listening and following directions.
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
counseling lesson Wilch
counseling lesson Wilch
counseling lesson Wilch
counseling lesson Wilch
Mrs. Patton’s class used a grab bag game to sort main ideas and details. Interactive lessons are an effective way to engage students.
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Mrs Patton reading
Mrs Patton reading
Mrs Patton reading
Mrs Patton reading
All of our students start their day with community circle. This is part of our Ruler program. Community circle gives all students and teachers a chance to build rapport and relationships. What is your child's favorite part of community circle? This is what Ms. Duvall had to say: "Community circle is one of my personal favorite times of the day! The kids talk about feelings and we learn so much about each other! 💜"
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Duvall Community Circle
Students in Mrs. Keeven's 4th grade class did some yarn crafts between taking the Math and ELA Evaluate tests. Her students flexed their academic and creative brain power on Evaluate Day.
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Yarn Crafts
Yarn Crafts
Yarn Crafts
Yarn Crafts
Mrs. Wilch shared some photos from her Grandparents' Day Celebration on Friday. Happy Grandparents' Day!
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Granparents' Day
Granparents' Day
Granparents' Day
Granparents' Day
The students in Mrs. Morrissey's preschool love hunting for bugs. This week they have found crickets, ants and a house centipede!
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
ECSE Bug Hunt
ECSE Bug Hunt
ECSE Bug Hunt
PTO Meeting tonight, Wednesday, Sept. 7, at 6 p.m. in the ALP room. We will be discussing the fall fundraiser, My Guy and I, and we will begin planning Christmas season activities. -Angela Young, PTO President
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
PTO Meeting Tonight
Mrs. Osterkamp's third grade students practiced working with partners during math time. The students were rounding and practicing place value today.
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
3rd Grade Math
3rd Grade Math
3rd Grade Math
Let's go on an Adventure! Evaluate Day is Friday, September 9. Students in grades 2-4 will all take the Evaluate in the subjects of reading and math. All students at Cannon Elementary are invited to participate in the dress up day. Students are encourage to wear orange and green as well as their favorite hiking gear.
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Evaluate Day Sept. 9
We are practicing using kind words and treating others how they wanted to be treated. We made a bulletin board with kind words for people to grab when they’re having a rough time. -Mrs. Yates
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Take what you need bulletin board
We are excited to introduce our new elementary counselor, Miss Katelynn Hammett. She has already visited every elementary classroom as part of our weekly counseling schedule.
5 months ago, Joc Kreuger
ESD Staff Spotlight K. Hammett