Sargent Capron Receives a Hero’s Welcome Home

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How do you Celebrate Thanksgiving?

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Have You Met Bojangles?

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Check Out These Book Reviews!

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World History Classes Were Treated to a Performance

World History classes got a special treat today curtsy of Ms. Tuck who arranged for performers from the Kravis Center to bring the show “Mega Myth Mash-Up” to perform for the students. It was the story of Greek myths, which the 6th graders are currently studying! Ancient myths brought to life!
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An Interview with Ms. Capron in Afghanistan

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Journalism Students Faced-Timed with Afghanistan

oneJournalism students had the privileged to interview Ms. Capron via face-time today. Ms. Capron is our history teacher, but she is also an active duty member of the military, currently serving in Afghanistan. Ms. Capron wanted to make sure to tell the students that she and her fellow soldiers loved the cards and letters, and that they were very meaningful and appreciated. We are privileged to have her at our school!

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ESOL Celebrated Multi-Cultural Day Today

Ms. Poekert’s students celebrated their heritage today with a feast of family favorites and cultural delicacies. Ms. Poekert provided her famous slow cooked pork, and the students proudly shared everything from tacos to black beans and rice to flan. It was a great celebration of the diversity that makes up our school!poekertpoekert2

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PSCMS Students Shared Breakfast with Their Fathers!

Students got to share breakfast with their fathers today – take a look!

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Egg Drop Challenge

Andrea D. and Denae D. hold their winning contraption

Andrea D. and Denae D. hold their winning contraption

Thursday in Ms. Magill’s class we conducted a STEM challenge. Earlier in the week, we researched our project and came up with a hypotheses before building our egg droppers. Finally, we set up our egg drop experiment. We built contraptions and put an egg inside. Then we went upstairs to the balcony and dropped our contraptions on to plastic wrap—so that we wouldn’t leave behind debris. And the winners were determined by unbroken eggs! About half of the contraption built saved the eggs! ~ Matthew R.

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