Have you ever wondered what would've happened if three well-known little pigs had consulted a construction engineer? Well, Ms. Silver's 2nd grade class completed The Three Little Pigs Stem Challenge. They used the Engineering Design Process to construct a house that could withstand the "Big Bad Wolf." These little engineers worked collaboratively to ask, imagine, plan, create, and improve.
First Grade has been learning about light energy and the importance of light in our everyday lives. They explored different materials to see how well light traveled though them. Flashlights were used to determine if materials were translucent, transparent, and opaque. The students enjoyed creating predictions and seeing the results!
Ms. Katrice Hall, our WHAM Computer/Technology Specialist, has recently received the distinction of Nearpod Certified Educator. She is now joining thousands of exceptional educators around the world in transforming instruction with Nearpod. Way to go Ms. Hall! You can visit her website at https://khalltech.weebly.com/about-computer-lab.html.
The WHAM 5th grade choir will have their debut performance during the Kiwanis Pancake Festival on Saturday, October 27th. They are set to perform during the first division which will begin at 9:00 am. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $7.00 and includes breakfast.
For the past few months, several of our 5th grade students participated in a cardboard arcade challenge sponsored by EBR Foundation and the Knock Knock Museum. We are pleased to announce that two of the arcades, Air Hockey Extreme and ROLO, will be presented at Knock Knock on October 27th from 10:00 am -1:00 pm. Admission cost to the museum applies.