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Bay Port Chemistry Club a Hit!
On the evening of November 13th, the Forest Glen commons was abuzz with hands-on chemistry lessons. The Bay Port Chemistry Club students did a great job engaging our students in experiments. Thanks to all of them!
On Monday, we recognized one student from each grade level who are "living their day, the Timbertail Way!" We are proud of you!
Student Council Election
Last week, over 40 students campaigned for positions on the Forest Glen Student Council Executive Board. The students, led by President Anthony Carter, gave creative speeches that captured the attention of the audience. Congratulations to all of our candidates and to our new Executive Board. They are: Johanna Erdmann, Vice President; Collin Gehl, Secretary; Lauren Kane, Treasurer and Brett Nysted, Reporter.
Robotics in the Classroom
This Fall, all 3rd and 4th grade students will spend a day with Mrs. Karl doing a Robotic Project. 3rd Graders are doing the "Ramp/Puffball" Challenge and 4th Graders are doing the "SumoBot" Challenge. Why? Robotics activities promote the use of the 21st Century skills of Team Collaboration, Critical/Creative Thinking and Communication. Students are using the Mindstorms NXT Robotic Kits that were funded by the Howard Suamico Education Foundation and the Forest Glen PTO.
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Grades: K- 4
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PBIS School of Merit
We are very proud to be recognized as a School of Merit for our PBIS program. Pictured above are the staff members who initiated this program at Forest Glen!
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Looking for ways to keep the kids busy and engaged? Take a look at DIY.org! Many great enrichment projects for kids to get involved in and share.