Week in Photos: January 14-18, 2019 Posted on January 17, 2019February 11, 2019 by Kaleidoscope Sixth-graders at Brandon Middle School enjoyed creating book spine poetry that included figurative language. Students at Thalia Elementary School enjoyed special education teacher Christy Nunnally’s sensory room called Chillville. Virginia Beach City Councilman Aaron Rouse, was the guest speaker at Green Run High School’s leadership retreat. Arrowhead Elementary School second-graders Savanna Segar and Caitlyn Herr studied the three states of matter within a root beer float. Rosemont Elementary School fourth-graders participated in a program called Growing Wetlands in a classroom sponsored by Lynnhaven River NOW. Rosemont Elementary School first-graders celebrated “Wear Your Words” Wednesday. Parkway Elementary School is celebrating National Braille Literacy Awareness Month. Third-grader Jaycelee Otero edited her word study sentences in Braille. In honor of Reading Month, sixth-grade history teacher Dennis Boergerding read John F Kennedy’s inaugural address during lunch periods at Old Donation School. Third-grader Miles Heitsenrether at King’s Grant Elementary School worked to solve a Super Bowl math exemplar. Providence Elementary School students Brittyn Sellitti, Samantha Schill, Addie Savoie and Alivia Wallace collaboratively worked through problem solving equations. North Landing Elementary School student Sophie Russo taught third-grade instructor Eric Wood how to make trading cards in Wixie. Corporate Landing Middle School sixth-grader Connor Rose showed off his tech skills to board member Victoria Manning and principal Freddie Alarcon, Jr. Arrowhead Elementary School kindergartners James Allen and Savvi Grogan were inspired to make shadows after reading What’s That Shadow. Rosemont Elementary School’s Principal Cari Hall congratulates Maryanne Kowalski (left) and Tammy Clinton (right). Kowalski was named Teacher of the Year, and Clinton was named Distinguished Educator. Windsor Woods Elementary School students celebrated Literacy Month with a book swap. Skylar Peele, kindergartner in the Oral Language Deaf Ed Program at Ocean Lakes Elementary, made skis and sleds and raced them to see which was faster. Pembroke Meadows Elementary School’s Ayanna Boykin was chosen as the Virginia Beach Citizen of the Month. Kindergartners at Red Mill Elementary School used their shoes to learn about graphing. Students at Tallwood Elementary School made a model of the ocean floor using a 3D printer. Cox High School’s catering class put out quite a spread for the library media specialists’ luncheon. Tell your friends! Follow us!