See what is happening at Estes.
Mrs. Harralson's kindergarteners recently experimented with planting and growing cabbage seeds. Seeds were planted in 2 different trays. One set of seeds received only natural sunlight. The other tray of seeds was placed under a grow lamp. The students discovered that the grow lamp helped seeds to grow faster than seeds only receiving natural sunlight.
Mrs. Lusk's 1st graders recently completed a science unit about spider webs. These students are proudly displaying their spider web projects!
Christian, a 3rd grade student in Ms. Vincent's class, won 1st place in the Daviess County Conservation District's "Backyard Adventures: Exploring Trees in Your Hometown" poster contest! He was awarded a plaque, a t-shirt, and $20. Ms. Vincent's class earned $50 for participating in the poster contest.
Congratulations to Christian!!
Come join us at the McDonald's on Hwy. 54 on Thursday, March 30th, for a family night out! You enjoy dinner with your family and Estes will receive a percentage of the sales that evening. A win-win for everyone!! Hope to see you there!
Estes students recently participated in a scrimmage to prepare for the KPREP test. Students in Ms. Vincent's and Ms. Huskisson's class who received a proficient or distinguished score got to throw a pie in their teacher's face. Students who gave their good faith effort enjoyed watching their teachers being pied in the face!
The Estes Early Learning Academy students had a great time with their bike parade! The students were learning about things that move and how they move. What a fun way to see their learning in action!
The recent Kindergarten publishing party was a hit with over 20 families attending. The students had an opportunity to share their "How To" books in celebration of completing their "How To" unit! Great job to all these budding authors!
The Estes ELA had a special guest recently for Presidents' Day--George Washington!
Monday, February 27: “Fox in Socks” - Wear crazy, silly, or mismatched socks!
Tuesday, February 28: “Green Eggs and Ham” - Wear green today!
Wednesday, March 1: “Wacky Wednesday!” - Dress your wackiest today! Mismatched, backwards, wacky clothes!
Thursday, March 2: “Cat in the Hat” - Wear a hat!
Friday, March 3: “Oh, The Places You will go!” - Wear your favorite college shirt!
Estes Elementary will be hosting the Scholastic Book Fair during the week of Feb. 20th.
Donuts for Dads (sponsored by the FRC) will be Wednesday, Feb. 22nd. We will start serving at 7:20 a.m.
The Book Fair will be open Monday through Thursday, from 8:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., and will close at noon on Friday.
Parents are welcome to come by at any time during the Book Fair hours to shop with their children.
You can also shop online at www.scholastic.com/fair. Follow the prompts to log on to Estes Elementary School. Your online purchases will be shipped free of charge to the school.
Payments will be accepted in cash or credit/debit cards only—no checks will be accepted.