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Our first and second graders enjoyed a trip to the Carl Sandburg home this week.
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Our 4th graders have been learning about our state symbols in Mrs. Rackley’s class, with the focus being on lighthouses this week. Students researched a lighthouse, wrote a short report, presented their report, created a clay sculpture of their lighthouse and a paper mosaic of their lighthouse.
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Champions for Wildlife visited our 4th graders today to talk about animal adaptations, which they have been studying with Mrs. Uhrich.
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The Kickstart to Literacy activity was also a part of our Science Night activities. Over 30 students participated in the fun – kicking, running, and reading. Each won a book to be enjoyed at home.
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Saluda Elementary School held its annual Science Night this week. The 5th graders had their science fair projects on display and they also did a wonderful job of running the stations. All other classrooms had a science display for everyone to enjoy as well.
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Ms. Rogers worked with the 4th graders during PE class this week, teaching them traditional Saluda Mountain Square Dancing. Ms. Rogers considers herself lucky to have participated in the Square Dances that took place in our School Gym on summer weekend nights into the late 1980s and hopes to keep the tradition alive for future generations....
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4th graders at Saluda Elementary enjoyed learning about animal adaptations through the dissection of an owl pellet. Students sorted, counted, and categorized the bones as they discussed various adaptations of animals.
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