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Fourth graders in Mrs. Taylor's class have been exploring energy transfer. They used cups and tried multiple ways to connect them. The best way they found was to use a thin cotton string. Perhaps they have found a new way to communicate while wearing masks!
On the first Friday of every month, the school counselor teaches a school-wide lesson focused on an attribute associated with our Maple Ridge P.R.I.D.E. acronym. PRIDE stands for perseverance, respect, initiative, determination, and engaged. For November, the attribute we are focusing on is respect. The students were taught about civility and showing respect to all.
Maple Ridge kindergarteners recently celebrated 50 days of school 1950's style! They learned about life in the 1950's, counted to 50 by ones and tens, and had their very own Sock Hop!
Maple Ridge fifth graders recently learned about physical and chemical changes during a presentation and lab experience with Discovery Gateway.
Students in Mrs. Brown's and Mrs. Calderon's second grade class learned about people in their family who were or are veterans and presented what they learned to the class today. We are grateful for those who served and those who currently serve and protect our country!
Nebo celebrates all our school psychologists, and all they do for Nebo students.
During the week of November 9-13, 2020, schools throughout the United States will celebrate National School Psychology Week to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive.
Congratulations to our Maple Ridge students of the month for October. These students were recognized for demonstrating perseverance. We are proud of them! (Not pictured: Sawyer Ott, Axel Idle, and Briar Nolte)
Our Maple Ridge 4-6 graders learned about the Electoral College by voting for cookies. Snickerdoodle cookies won by one vote in our Maple Ridge Electoral College.
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