Mrs. Winter’s Language Concepts 3-5 Class proudly finished their animal research reports this week! Their project included: using a spinner to assign them an animal, researching facts, creating a graphic organizer, forming complete sentences, and finally adding illustrations! They presented their projects to their peers and adults in the classroom!
Chatham Central School District has been honored with a Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. The NAMM Foundation awards The Best Communities for Music Education designation to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in their efforts to provide music access and education to all students. […]
Some of our second and fourth graders have been hard at work learning about gratitude! They created these hearts as a way to remind everyone why they have so much gratitude for all of the staff at MED!
Abri Amorim, a fifth grade student in Maria Hogencamp’s class, was inspired by his class’ reading of Titanic; Voices from the Disaster to create a replica of the Titanic to “bring it out of the book.” Over three days, using only cardboard, paint, hot glue, and twinkle lights, he created this large replica of the […]
In February, 3rd graders in Mrs. Riddick and Mrs. Decker’s class learned about Black History Month. Miss Jory, MED’s school psychologist, worked with the class to assign each student an important historical figure who was African-American, and students then researched their person to learn about their contributions to society. Mrs. Scott, MED’s art teacher, collaborated […]
Our school resource deputy, Travis VanAlstyne, joined MED’s library media specialist, Chelsea Phillips, on March 3 for a kindergarten library class and read the book Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin and illustrated by Daniel Salmieri. Students enjoyed hearing about how much dragons love eating tacos, and what happens when they eat something spicy! Then […]
Second graders in Mrs. Van Note’s class practiced their understanding of three-digit numbers by playing a guessing game. Each student explained a secret number using only place value clues to get their partner to guess the number.
Mrs. Winter’s Language Concepts 3-5 class participated in the Kinderhook Elks Lodge “Tissue Box Monster Contest” and won 3rd place! The Elks Lodge encouraged families to get creative and make their own monster designs. Mrs. Winter’s class made their monster together and made sure he was following COVID-9 with a mask! Thank you to the […]
Happy Valentine’s Day from our PreK class!
Our flagpole at MED was in need of a new rope and it was our local firefighters to the rescue!