Our Class on Social Media

Friday, November 12, 2010

Veterans Day, 2010

Our local heroes! We love our veterans!


Friday, November 5, 2010

Stone Mountain Georgia, 2010

We can't say THANK YOU enough to PTO, all chaperones, and Mrs. Showalter for helping provide for the wonderful trip to Stone Mountain, Georgia!!! We had an EXCELLENT time!

Friday, October 1, 2010

Our Visit with Kendra Kent, Chief Meteorologist of Fox Carolina News

A very special THANK YOU to Kendra Kent for an excellent time learning about weather!!!

Chief Meteorologist Kendra Kent visits Wellford Academy from Clint Johnson on Vimeo.

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Thursday, September 9, 2010

What Do We Do When We Break Our Class Promises???

Several weeks into school, we realized we needed a plan for what to do when we break our class promises.  

Friday, August 20, 2010

Our Class Promises, 2010

We developed our class promises to build understanding of our class and school expectations.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Summer Fun Week in New York City, 2010

The excitement for this trip is hard to explain through words, but a video is worth thousands of words! I hope you're looking forward to SFW 2011!

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Miss Tripp's 2nd International Skype Session with Buenos Aires, Argentina

Warum Deutsch? from Colegio Goethe on Vimeo.

Diesmal DEUTSCH!
Mayo 23rd, 2010 by goeprimariatics · 2 Comments · PRIMARIA, PROYECTO
Warum lernen Kinder in einer Schule in den USA DEUTSCH?
Das war unsere Frage vor der Videokonferenz…

Miss Tripp, die Lehrerin, schreibt in ihrem Blog nach der Videokonferenz:
My students have been learning German this year, so we connected with a class that speaks German but is learning English. I think my students were a little timid and shy in sharing their German. It was their first time in doing anything like this, but I know with practice and more experiences like this will help them grow in their abilities. Its interesting that even a continent away, the children are still alike in so many ways! They always have the same curiosities of music, activities, food, and sports. My class got to even introduce one of their latest “crazes,” the silly bands. My students thought it was so cool that the students of Argentina had never heard of them.