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Classroom Community

Third Grade teacher Mrs. Heather Scharadin informs us why the community surrounding and filling our classrooms is so drastic to a student’s educational experience.

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Reading: A Necessary Component for Success

Reading is an essential ingredient for academic future achievements.  Educators and parents will agree that “assigned homework reading” is not something that excites the student but reading for pleasure does initiate enthusiasm and interest. Reading for pleasure would include magazines, comics, graphic novels, and realistic fiction. Does reading for pleasure help prepare students for academic…

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Letting Love Show Through Teaching

Do I want my kids to learn and have fun learning? Absolutely! I want excitement to be in the air! We sing and move all throughout the day to songs that enforce what we are learning. We incorporate centers at the end of each day to add excitement to what has been taught. Clearly I…

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Eagles Participate at Palmetto State

In June, we had a few of our Eagles take part in both APA Palmetto Girls State (Clinton, SC) and Palmetto Boys State (Anderson, SC). This is a unique experience that allows highschool students to participate in a mock governmental system to learn more about American politics and leadership. To be chosen as a participant…

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How Will A Biblical Worldview Impact Your Student’s Life?

Caroline Leland, 4th Grade teacher, shares the vitality of teaching classroom material from a Biblical Worldview perspective! Everyone has a worldview or a lens through which they see the world. What worldview we have determines how we think, how we act, and how we respond to the world around us. No one is able to…

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Music – It’s Important!

While we may not remember much about our education other than playing a recorder, you are forever affected by the impacts of music education. Have you ever reflected on your education and said, “At least I know how to play “Hot Cross Buns” onthe recorder!”? Many people say a version of this when referring to…

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The Purpose of Centers in the Classroom

By Kathryn Vernon, FCS Kindergarten Teacher There are many benefits to running centers/small groups in a classroom. During learning centers, students work in groups- sometimes they may be working together as a team, and sometimes they may be working individually in the group. Learning centers are student-centered and are engaging activities. In my classroom, I…

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How Parents Can Come Alongside Their Middle Schooler

“There are new elements in their schedules like sports, electives, and hobbies, and sometimes the freedom introduced in middle school gives the illusion of time to do all these things that they don’t necessarily have time for. Don’t expect them to understand how to balance that automatically – instead, help them learn to prioritize!”

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The SOAR 5K Recap

Everyone had an awesome morning together at our first annual SOAR 5K event April 1st! Check out some of our highlights from the day!

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Homecoming Festivities – Updated

The original Homecoming Day and game were cancelled due to the pending weather conditions of Hurricane Ian,. but no worries! We’re gonna pick up where we left off THIS FRIDAY, October 7th! Blue and Gold Day and Halftime Festivities will take place on 10/7!

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