Mrs. Gleason's first grade class participated in Flashlight Friday, a class reward. The students worked hard on earning "light bulbs" that said things like "was good for the sub", "no calling out", "followed directions the first time", etc. The class had to earn 9 light bulbs. They started on this before Christmas, so they had to work a long time to get this reward. The students got to bring a small flashlight and a blanket so they could make a fort under their desks and chairs. They then crawled in to read for awhile. Below are pictures of a few of the students reading in their forts.
Spearville Middle School Mini-Career Fair
Kansas’ State Department of Education has identified 16 career clusters for students to explore and learn about. Spearville Middle School students are given 30 minutes a week to do activities related to these career clusters. In addition to these classroom activities, Mrs. Gari-Ann Stein and Mrs. Trisha Sohm suggested inviting area people into our school to give our middle school students an opportunity to learn even more about each career cluster.
As a result of their recommendation, on Wednesday, February 6th, Spearville Middle School hosted a mini-career fair over the Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources career cluster. The guest presenters were made up of alumni, family, and friends of Spearville Schools. Below is a slideshow of each presenter. Each guest speaker shared information about his/her career, and then fielded questions from the middle school students.
We would like to thank the guest presenters for taking time out of their work day to participate in the mini-career fair!
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