Week in Photos: January 28-February 1, 2019 Posted on February 4, 2019February 11, 2019 by Kaleidoscope Yoga class, a new LEGO wall, AAMS, Kindness Week and more celebrations of Reading Month! North Landing Elementary School special education teacher Marisa East dressed as her favorite book character for Reading Month. Fifth-graders Kamron Wright, Khi Shepard, Mekhi Ferguson, Chance Morrison, Jermire Granberry and Jahnye Dillion represented the Lynnhaven Lions at the 12th annual African-American Male Summit. Lynnhaven Middle School’s Javion Hinmonto,, Davonte Floyd, Dimitri Santiago, Javon Bain, and Darius Scurry also attended AAMS 2019. Amira Lail and Ariana Velazquez get creative as the first students to work with Newtown Elementary School’s new mobile LEGO Wall. Providence Elementary School fourth-grade students Jayla Teasley and Amy Bluhm participated in OWN-ITT competition that focuses on creating a cleaner storm water system to help the watershed. Bayside High School Health Sciences Academy seniors Taniya Smith and Zarin Khan performed a urinalysis lab. North Landing Elementary School kindergartner Aubree Joyner, dressed up as her favorite book character, “Madeline,” for Reading Month. Luxford Elementary School Principal Danielle Colucci and son Alec participated in the Rise Against Hunger event, packing over 21,000 meals for people in need worldwide. Lynnhaven Elementary School staff celebrated Storybook Character Day. The Old Donation School Mathletes competed in the Tidewater Math Counts Competition. Congratulations to the ODS MathCounts team for winning the Tidewater Chapter of the MathCounts competition. Arrowhead Elementary School first-grade teacher Julie Finucan and her student Caisyn Willis were “Powered with Kindness” as part of the Great Kindness Challenge. Sixth-graders at Plaza Middle School participated in Genius Hour by creating questions that could not be easily Googled. Dr. Melanie Hamblin, principal of Windsor Woods Elementary School, enjoyed a working lunch with her student advisory council. Dr. Aaron Spence read to Pembroke Elementary School first-graders. Lynnhaven Elementary third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students visited Norfolk State University for a day of STEM related activities. Kaiden Gray, Xzavion Matthews and Zacori Wright checked to make sure that the rocket that they have built is ready to launch. The Library Media Center at Linkhorn Park Elementary School had a “Book Tasting” complete with menus, snacks. drinks and reviews. Kempsville Meadows Elementary School Principal Mikelle Williams serves pizza during Literacy Night. Norfolk State University students from the League of Extraordinary Men and Women visited Arrowhead Elementary School to assist with lunchtime kindness stations as part of the National Great Kindness Challenge. Providence Elementary School students celebrated College Day as part of Kindness Week. Pembroke Meadows Elementary School third-grader Carlton Falke dressed up for book character day. Newtown Elementary’s Noah Patrice combined coding and music using an iPad and a Dash robot. Children’s book author Kim Norman visited North Landing Elementary School as part of their Reading Month activities. Old Donation School students celebrated this month’s “Got Honor” campaign trait, which was “fairness.” Kindergarten students at Corporate Landing Elementary celebrated Reading Month by participating in the fourth annual Vocabulary Parade. Seatack Elementary School third-grader Jeniya Williams, third grader at Seatack Elementary enjoyed a scavenger hunt in the school’s learning garden. In honor of Kindness Week, kindergartners from Red Mill Elementary School dressed in neon to “brighten someone’s day.” Third-graders at Rosemont Forest Elementary School enjoyed yoga in the Zen Room. Linkhorn Park Elementary School fourth-graders prepared for their upcoming unit on Virginia Indians with an archaeological dig. Salem Middle School teachers Dana Sauvageau and Ken Allgor displayed school spirit and who they think will win the Superbowl. Kempsville Meadows Elementary first-grade teachers Melinda Guilick, Krystal Rastter and Robin Golding got in the spirit on Book Character Day during Reading Month. Princess Anne Elementary School Principal Ivy Wroton congratulated the school’s Teacher of the Year, Lisa Powers. Fairfield Elementary School’s “Penny Wars” raised $2400 toward a visit from the Virginia Aquarium touch tank later this year. Princess Anne Elementary SCA officers Jackson Steele, Mitchell Byers and Arden Mariano celebrated their successful fundraiser for Operation Smile. Seatack Elementary School fifth-grader Lynzy Hernandez demonstrated her indoor skydiving skills at IFly at an afterschool program. Kempsville High School’s SCA held a food drive in honor of the big game. Tell your friends! Follow us!