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Mrs. Hamilton’s class learned what it is to have Christmas Spirit and how to share that spirit. They were able to make cards for a boys orphanage outside of Iquitos, Peru and wrote a letter explaining what it’s like in America at Christmas. They are now eagerly awaiting a response from the Peruvian boys! 
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Students participated in Comfy/Cozy Day for our Spirit Friday!
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A unit about the traditions of Hanukkah culminated with a game of(socially distanced) dreidel. ELA, Math, Social Studies, Science, andthe Arts were integrated in the learning activities in Ms. Rogers’sfirst grade class. Students made their own dreidels andanswered questions about whether the materials were living ornon-living. They studied the history of the 8 day/night celebrationand...
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The December Character Trait at Saluda Elementary School is Helping Others.  The students in Mrs. Rackley’s 5th grade class have chosen some ways to help others this month.  The first thing they did was to bring cheer to others by creating Christmas cards for the residents of Autumn Care Nursing Home in Saluda.  Mrs. Rackley...
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Who knew you could do so many things with rhythm sticks? The first graders in Mrs. McDonald’s class go up the chimney, down the chimney, make reindeer antlers, go “click click click” and make bags of toys! Ho ho ho!
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Students celebrated Spirit Friday by wearing their silly socks or holiday socks.
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First grade students in Ms. Rogers’s class worked in groups of three to create a card for each of our three incredible custodians. These cards of appreciation were the students’ choice for how to honor Giving Tuesday. According to its official website, Giving Tuesday is a “global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to...
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Students got to visit the book room today and choose a new book. Students also received a book recommendation form to fill out after they read their new book.
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Spirit Friday this week was Farm Day!
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Saluda Elementary students have learned to dress for the weather!  Because of the Covid 19 virus it is much safer to have PE outside.  Fifth grade has PE at 8:30 in the morning and Kindergarten has it at 9:00.  It’s been pretty chilly that early in the morning, but these students are covered!
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