Week in Photos: December 3-7, 2018 Posted on December 3, 2018December 11, 2018 by Kaleidoscope Arrowhead preschooler Mia Neudecker picked out the perfect Christmas book to match her outfit. Lynnhaven Middle School’s seventh- and eighth-grade band members performed in Virginia Beach’s Oceanfront Holiday Parade. North Landing Elementary School students get ready to present at Virginia Society for Technology in Education conference in Virginia Beach. Seventh-grader Nicholas Holman at Lynnhaven Middle School tests the planes he created in James Brooks’ Technology Education class. Newtown Elementary School student Jaylnn Medlin explores personalizing two-dimensional shapes with 3D pens. Green Run High School parents/alumni and students participated in A Day in Our Shoes. Green Run Collegiate students Julian Samonte, Amber Gamboa, Ebony Stewart, Mary Wisher and Cecelia Tate toured the USS Wisconsin in Norfolk. Tyler Couillard, Justin Elliott, Riley Belcher and Sophia Lavery enjoy some fondue during Landstown Middle School’s Swiss-German Club meeting. Fara Faust was declared CodeVA’s Computer Science Educator of the Year. Read more… Rosemont Elementary School kindergarteners from Erika Tortorice’s class made thank-you cards for members of the USS Monterey, who had been volunteering their time in classes. Beth Nard’s third-grade class collected hats, scarves, mittens and gloves for the homeless, and delivered the items to the Virginia Beach Christian Church. Music teacher Andrea Pearman started the first Ukulele Club this year at North Landing Elementary School. They gave their first performance at the NLES Winter Musical. Principal Dr. Melanie Hamblin presented Windsor Woods fourth-grader Diana Rivera the award for the September Growing Leaders Every Month trait of responsibility. Brookwood Elementary School’s Michelle Gladstone was the Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening (PALS) teacher of the month. She is flanked by principal Christine Alarcon, Monica Bennett and assistant principal Krista Clark. Newtown Elementary School student Shyzionna Griffin explores personalizing two-dimensional shapes with 3D pens. First Colonial High School students Josie Williams and Kaylee Phillips disassembled and reassembled a computer during their Information Technology Fundamentals class. Zalani A. Johnson- Brooks, Erin Ausderau, Zoey Monds, Mia Araujo, Ariana Parnell and Bianca Ortiz show off the new “Be Kind to Shine” box, part of a kindness initiative developed by the medical system administration students at the Tech Center. Diamond Springs Elementary School’s leadership team Tell your friends! Follow us!