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Mrs. Fletcher’s first grade class at Saluda Elementary School submitted a piece for the 4th Annual Carl Sandburg Home Art Show themed “Ambition”. In addition the class read a sampling of Sandburg’s work, wrote their own poems, and recently visited the Carl Sandburg park where their artwork was on display. Students enjoyed hiking, acting out...
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CLASS SUPPLY LISTS FOR 2022-2023 SALUDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL **Please label all items with your child’s name** Please send your child to school with a book bag and a water bottle PRE-K  BookbagExtra clothes to keep at schoolBlanket for rest time KINDERGARTEN   2    Plastic pencil boxes (approx. 5 in x 8 in) 2   Boxes – 12 Count, Crayola...
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Our Kindergarten classes celebrated the 150th anniversary of the beginning of Arbor Day last week by planting trees! 23 to be exact, a few less than the 1 million planted on the first celebration in 1872. We are excited about watching these trees grow around campus!
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Students researched a country, created a slideshow, chose an activity to showcase an aspect of their country’s culture, and sampled foods from various cultures to top off their Cultural Festival.
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Mrs. Fletcher’s first grade class at Saluda Elementary enjoyed learning about and observing the lifecycles and needs of butterflies, tadpoles, and praying mantises over the past two months. Students also worked in groups to research and create presentations in Google Slides which they presented to their classmates.  Students were able to release the frogs last...
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5th Grade Science Fair Projects
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Mrs. Rackley’s 5th grade class enjoyed their last Muddy Sneakers outing this year. They participated in activities that helped them review aquatic ecosystems.
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FENCE (Foothills Equestrian Nature Center) visited Mrs. Rackley’s 5th grade classroom last week to review Energy, Matter, and Force and Motion. The students participted in several activities to help them review the different concepts.
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Our Art Show this year is a gallery of paintbrushes along the fence on Seminary Street. Everyone driving by or waiting in car line can enjoy the artwork created by our students. We encourage you to take time to stop by and admire all the art and read the quotes and information about art.
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4th grade is a Zoo! Mrs. Uhrich’s 4th graders completed a research project on animal adaptations and then created potanimals to show off their learning. What is a potanimal? An animal made from a potato. 
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