A group of students from the third-grade CASA program used various forms of visual arts to promote an anti-bullying campaign. The students created buttons, painted/designed portraits, created banners and slogans to promote a safe and nurturing environment.
Class 103 used M&Ms to create bar graphs to help supplement a Chapter 10 math lesson. Children received a bag of M&Ms and then sorted and plotted their colors onto a bar graph model. Last, they enjoyed their tasty M&Ms!
Today’s Media and technology environment is based on a culture of sharing. Restorative circles allowed for students to share thoughts and information about the negative and positive aspects of social media. Mrs. Horn’s Character Education classes shared valuable ideas and focused on positivity We shared ideas about all the ways we can use social media to communicate with each other form learning groups and get information quickly. As we get ready for our exciting RED NOSE DAY EVENT fundraiser Event, we see how positivity is stronger than focusing on negative aspects of cyberbullying!
The school community of The Bellaire School shines bright! S.T.E.A.M and Character Education classes join together to design inspirational stones with glitter and motivational sayings in hopes of putting a stop to this saying sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me! We are proud to shine a light on our students who celebrated National Volunteer Week by creating a rock garden hoping to encourage everyone to relax read and reflect.
There are three ingredients in the good life: learning, earning and yearning.
D29 Assistant Principals brainstormed ideas on how to engage and support our community members on an ongoing basis.
Some questions our creative leaders reflected on were:
- What does it look like in your building?
- How does it feel?
- What does it sound like?
- How is it being implemented in your building?
- How do you know and what level?
Student Council celebrated Read Across America Day & Dr. Seuss’ birthday by reading books to the kindergarten students.