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Ten Brokaw FFA members of Clarinda along with advisor Andy Johnson and chaperone Nikki Williams attended the 2016 National FFA Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana, on October 18-22. Members were involved in numerous activities throughout the convention that helped develop leadership and teamwork skills. During the convention, chapter members attended sessions in which nationally renowned motivational speakers gave . . .
Students in the 5th grade social studies classes culminated their Native American Indian unit by making extra credit projects. Students were instructed to make projects out of natural products that Native American Indians would have eaten, lived in or used. They had to present to the rest of the class, what tribes/regions would have used the project, how they made it, and how they used the item. There were a large . . .
A third grade student brought an ear of corn and a stem of beans to science class. We were able to talk about how the seeds and stems are different in each plant. He also brought a moisture tester to show us how farmers test the moisture of the corn. Also pictured in the slideshow, students brought things from home to show examples of arrays.
WHAT'S NEW! Please watch this video of a robot picking up a cell phone programmed by Raymond. Mrs. Aldrich, Mr. Cole, Mrs. McNees, Mr.Smith, Mrs.Comer Goals: Improve student achievement in all subject areas. Provide aligned and differentiated professional development. Establish new professional opportunities for . . .
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