Saturday, November 17, 2018

Sacajawea’s Family Math Night was a Success!

On Thursday, November 15th, over 350 people attended Sacajawea’s harvest themed Math Night.  They enjoyed playing math games both in classrooms and the Library, receiving math games to take home and play, and eating a dinner of chili, chips, cheese, and apple cider.  It was joyful evening of happy families having a wonderful time learning about math.  Thanks to all of the staff for putting this on and to all of the families that attended.
 
 



Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Don’t Miss Sacajawea’s Family Math Harvest Night!

On Thursday, November 15th, Sacajawea will hold its annual math night.  This year we are going with a harvest theme.  See what your child is learning in class, play games as a family, and warm up with a chili, chips, and cheese dinner with apple cider.  You will also get a game to take home to play with your children.  We hope to see you there!
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Saturday, November 10, 2018

Veteran’s Day Assembly


On Friday, November 9th, Sacajawea Elementary held its Veterans Day Assembly.  Students sang songs, did a skit about the history of the wars, and honored veterans from our Sacajawea students and staff.  Many of the veterans were in the audience and they stood as their service was described and the students, staff, and attendees applauded them.  They also received a certificate honoring their service.  Mrs. Evans prepared a slideshow of veterans from our students and staff that could not be in attendance.  Thank you to Mrs. Evans for all of the work she put into making this assembly memorable.  Thank you also to the people that attended the assembly and the students for participating in it.  Finally, a big thank you goes to all veterans for keeping America safe.
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Asamblea del día del Veterano
El viernes, 9 de noviembre, Sacajawea celebró su Asamblea del día de los veteranos. Los estudiantes cantaron canciones, hicieron un sketch sobre la historia de las guerras, y honraron a veteranos de nuestros estudiantes y personal de Sacajawea. Muchos de los veteranos estaban en la audiencia y se pusieron de pie mientras se describía su servicio y los estudiantes, el personal y los asistentes los aplaudieron. También recibieron un certificado en honor a su servicio. La Sra. Evans preparó una presentación de los veteranos de nuestros estudiantes y personal que no podía asistir. Gracias señora Evans por todo el trabajo que puso en hacer esta Asamblea memorable. Gracias también a las personas que asistieron a la Asamblea y a los estudiantes por participar en ella. Finalmente, un gran agradecimiento a todos los veteranos por mantener a Estados Unidos seguro.

Mrs. Evans directing the students.

 Students standing for the National Anthem.




One of the Veterans honored in the slideshow.




Thursday, November 8, 2018

Sacajawea’s Math Night

Sacajawea Elementary will hold its annual Math Night on Thursday, November 15, 2018. It will have a harvest theme.  After the families play math games, they can enjoy a dinner of chili, chips, and cheese, along with apple cider!
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La escuela primaria Sacajawea celebrará su noche anual de matemáticas el jueves, 15 de noviembre de 2018. Tendrá un tema de cosecha. ¡Después de las familias juegan juegos de matemáticas, que pueden disfrutar de una cena de Chili, patatas fritas, y el queso, junto con la sidra de manzana!

Sacajawea’s Food Drive

Sacajawea’s Student Council members are collecting food for United Way to be distributed to local families in need for Thanksgiving. Students are encouraged to bring nonperishable goods by Thursday, November 15th.  The class that brings in the most food will earn a root beer float party.  
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Colección de alimentos de Sacajawea
Los miembros del Consejo Estudiantil de Sacajawea están recolectando alimentos para United Way para ser distribuidos a familias locales necesitadas para Día de Acción de Gracias. Se anima a los estudiantes a traer bienes no perecederos para el jueves, 15 de noviembre. La clase que trae la mayoría de los alimentos se ganará una fiesta de helados

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Pumpkins Turn Into Book Characters!

Sacajawea's librarian, Brittany Anderson, held a contest for families to decorate a pumpkin as a book character.  It was wonderful seeing all of the creativity of our families.  We had everything from Pete the Cat to Diary of a Wimpy Kid come to life as pumpkins.

Students were so excited to look at all of the pumpkins when they came to the library.

The first place winner was Emma B, second place was Aven S, and the third place winner was Josephin C.  They all won money for books. Emma decided to use her money to buy books for teachers. What thoughtful generosity!

Thank you to all of the families that participated and to Mrs. Anderson for overseeing this fun event.
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¡ La calabaza se convierte en personajes del libro!

La bibliotecaria de Sacajawea, Brittany Anderson, celebró un concurso para que las familias decoraran una calabaza como un personaje del libro. Fue maravilloso ver toda la creatividad de nuestras familias. Teníamos de todo, desde Pete the Cat al Diary of a Wimpy Kid que viene a la vida como calabazas.

Los estudiantes estaban tan emocionados de ver todas las calabazas cuando llegaron a la biblioteca.

El primer lugar ganador fue Emma B, el segundo lugar fue Aven S, y el ganador del tercer lugar fue Josephine C. Todos ganaron dinero para libros. Emma decidió usar su dinero para comprar libros para los maestros. ¡ Qué generosidad tan reflexiva!

Gracias a todas las familias que participaron y a la Sra. Anderson por supervisar este divertido evento.




The Winner with a teacher she bought a book for. 

One student with Pete the Cat and the other with Wilbur from Charlotte's Web.


What's Inside?

Our Extended Kindergarten kids did a little scientific investigation to find out "What's Inside?"
Ms. Lashbrook and her kids are nurturing curiosity, building literacy skills, and expressing themselves with arts and crafts and in writing.
That's learning!

Thanks, IWCF (Idaho Women's Charitable Foundation), for making our extended kindergarten program possible through a generous grant, in partnership with United Way of Treasure Valley.