Week in Photos: January 7-11, 2019 Posted on January 9, 2019February 4, 2019 by Kaleidoscope Salem Elementary School kindergartner Annabel Hill researched weather on PebbleGo. Bennie Keys, fourth- grader at Seatack Elementary, showcased his self portrait, “Oh, Happy Day” at the Gifted Visual Arts Program Spotlight at the Gallery at Pavilion I. Arrowhead Elementary School students Myles Dotson, Bentley Miller and James Allen Lowman enjoyed lunchtime in Olivia Lowman’s class. Kindergartners Darby Graves and Zih’Yonna Perry at Diamond Springs Elementary School used magnets to create a wiener dog. Corporate Landing Elementary School’s Daniel Bebeau worked on motor skills with physical therapist Wendy Jaffe. Seatack Elementary School’s An Achievable Dream Academy members enjoyed their Garden Breakfast Club in pj’s. Providence Elementary School’s Jack and Bill Samples really dug into the dictionary during a lesson with vocabulary. At the Advanced Technology Center, John Gras and Roberto Sandoval soldered wire to a ninepin connector. Erika Reed was named Fairfield Elementary School’s Teacher of the Year. Rosemont Elementary School fifth-graders and kindergartners worked together on iPads to program robots. Princess Anne Middle School Students of the Month for December:Back Row: Hope McCallister, Robert Peckham, Blayr Barton, James Deighton, Thomas Daly, Miranda Downey and Tyler StrawnMiddle Row: Lillian Hale, Parker Byler, Jaden Campos and Ryan LoveFront Row: Reece Ricketts, Lucas Tyree-Hermann, Gage Gildea and Marisa Solimeo Old Donation School celebrated Reading Month with a book tasting. ATC Cisco Network Engineering II students Will Peachy, Lyza Munoz and Evan Millard learn how to program and manage Cisco routers and switches for an enterprise network. Parkway Elementary School students enjoyed free tickets from ODU to see the men’s basketball team take on Marshall University. Red Mill Elementary School’s Alisabeth Beltran showed off her kindness “Bag Buddy.” Creeds Elementary School’s Walong Bernard dressed like a word in honor of Reading Month. Landstown Middle School’s Lucean Thomas created an authentic lantern during German Club. White Oaks Elementary second-graders Nadiah Rodriquez and Caleb White worked on addition and subtraction math facts with a DASH robot. Stacy Lopez with From One Hand to Another (FOHTA) stopped by College Park to drop off toys for more than fifty students. Glenwood Elementary School third- graders enjoy listening to assistant principal Jennifer Haws read to them for reading month. Providence Elementary School’s Meliha Weast showed off her strategies for a math exemplar after participating in a Math Congress. Author Marc Tyler Nobleman visited Old Donation School to kick off Reading Month. During Green Run Collegiate’s #TheGRCWay assembly, four students and two teachers were awarded with certificates and spirit wear for demonstrating the “caring” trait. Cooke Elementary School first- and fourth-graders paired up to celebrate Reading Month. Hannah Dabney, Michala Mezzapeso, Kahiem Cress, Brett Winder, MJ Doyle, Sean Kooshki Frankie Eisenberg, John Sherill, Kaya Battle and Hari Patel from ATC’s Advanced Marketing and Entrepreneurship class took care of business at the DECA executive board meeting. The Green Run Elementary School volleyball team celebrated their first game with oranges. Tell your friends! Follow us!