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    All Abuzz at Mt. Pleasant New!
    Students in Mrs. Chester’s second grade class at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School applied their knowledge learned during a recent Project Lead the Way pollination lesson. The students learned how bees transfer pollen from stamen to pistil in flowers. They created their own fuzzy bees to move pollen and had fun buzzing around. Read Full Story >
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    Dogwood Displays Work of Its Talented Artists
    Dogwood Elementary School showed off the many talents of its student-artists during its annual art show during the week of May 24. Displayed in the kindergarten hallway, each class walked through the show and saw the creations of their classmates. There was also a fun scavenger hunt element added to the show, so students had to spend time finding different items. The kindergarten classes displayed different creations from throughout the school year, including monsters, ice cream cones and... Read Full Story >
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    AMS Shines as No Place for Hate
    Accompsett Middle School has been recognized as “No Place for Hate.” The school received Gold Star status by the Anti-Defamation League’s No Place for Hate program. To receive this designation, schools must pledge to sign a resolution of respect and implement three anti-bias or bullying prevention activities. The school will receive a banner to hang in its hallway and is invited to participate in a virtual social media celebration on June 11. The school has the opportunity... Read Full Story >
  • students holding up their picture and the poems they wrote about them
    Poetry Blooms at Mills Pond
    Mills Pond Elementary School students worked on their poetry skills in April during National Poetry month. During their library classes with Ms. Bishop-Scioli, the students learned about different types of poetry. They were given different photographs to use as their poetic inspiration. After choosing a picture, the students wrote unique poems about their picture. Read Full Story >

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