See what is happening at Estes.
The last day of school is Friday, May 19th. Everyone has worked very hard for another successful year at Estes!
Come join us at 10:00 a.m. as we recognize our 4th graders one last time before they head off to OMS! You will all be missed and will always be a part of the Estes family!
At 1:15 p.m., we will have a school wide assembly recognizing our honor roll students and those with perfect attendance.
Everyone have a safe and happy summer break!!
ESTES HAS TALENT!!
Estes Elementary presents the 2017 Talent Show on Thursday, May 18th, at 1:15 p.m.! Come and see the amazing talents of our Estes students!
Field Day is scheduled for Wednesday, May 17th. In case of rain, it will be Thursday, May 18th.
Be sure that your child wears appropriate clothing and shoes for outdoor play, and also wears sunscreen.
The students in the Estes Early Learning Academy (ELA) will have a graduation ceremony on Tuesday, May 16th, at 9:00 a.m.
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!