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Mrs. Carter’s science students experimented and collected data to compare arctic animal adaptations like blubber, huddling, and thick fur. Pretty COOL! ❄️ ... See MoreSee Less

Stay away snow days! Kindergarten created a blizzard in a jar today. ... See MoreSee Less

We welcomed the 2022 year with a lot of learning today!!! After an extended winter break…… you could walk the hall, hear the hum of learning and the sound of joy in the air! We are happy to have the staff and students back. ... See MoreSee Less

Today Mrs. McGowan’s Pre-K class set goals for the upcoming 2022 school year! ... See MoreSee Less

Snowmen at Night is a fun winter book to read to children this time of year. This story showcases the beauty of imagination by telling the possibilities of what snowmen might do at night when the world around them is asleep. You could also create your own winter story before bed like…… “My teacher on a snow day”. We caught a few of our teachers on their snow day today.
What else might they do kids?
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All schools are closed today, Monday 1/3, due to the weather! Please be safe! ... See MoreSee Less

We would like to wish all our families, our students, and the community a safe and healthy winter break and holiday season. We wish all of you well and look forward to an amazing new year! Fill the air with laughter and kindness!!! We will see you January 3, 2022. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tomey’s Angels 😂😂

Prekindergarten was just as excited as everyone else to finish December with some special activities. ... See MoreSee Less

Oh what fun...... kindergarten was excited to wrap up 2021 with some of their own fun. ... See MoreSee Less

Tis the season to be jolly...... first grade friends finishing up 2021 with some fun. ... See MoreSee Less

Kindergarten fun! ... See MoreSee Less

In Ms. Miller’s class we wore our Santa hats and made Christmas Trees! The trees were yummy and so much fun to make!
What a way to celebrate the Winter Solstice and holiday season.
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Third grade trio celebrated the season with engaging winter activities this week including “Holidays around the World” with Mrs. Aita, the “Science of Snowflakes” with Mrs. Carter, and “Multiplication Trees” with Mrs. Dunworth. ... See MoreSee Less

Today Mrs. McGowan’s Pre-K class completed a winter themed directed drawing that focused on following multi-step directions and fine motor skills. Look at these amazing little artists! ... See MoreSee Less

Ms. Stewart’s class is enjoying nursery rhymes! Nursery rhymes help our students with language acquisition and developing important foundational skills. ... See MoreSee Less

The Spanish Dance Club put on a special assembly today showing of their amazing dance moves!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Hat Day fun in Ms. M’s room! ... See MoreSee Less

A few more festive hats for today. Let’s finish 2021 with one last spirit day....... tomorrow wear red and white!

Reminder tomorrow is a 1/2 day of school.
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Today was festive hat day at EES! ... See MoreSee Less

Students in Ms. Rossbach's class building a roller coaster! ... See MoreSee Less

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Ms. Day’s class exploring how moving the position of light makes shadows move! ... See MoreSee Less

Mr. Daniels came today and ready a story to the first graders in Mrs. DeShield’s class. He talked with students about the importance of being productive and responsible. Mr. Daniels also left a box of supplies including; mask, sanitizer, and wipes. He is hopeful the class will have a relaxing break and will return for a safe and healthy new year. We are so appreciative of our community partners. We couldn’t do it without you!! ... See MoreSee Less

Today was festive socks and we were able to capture some of the spirit. Tomorrow is festive hats. Let’s see some spirit tomorrow!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Diana Alicea Nana Diane

Thank you !!!! My baby 😘🥰😍

Students did a Character Counts “Caring” Lesson for the month of December with Mrs. Plutschak and made Caring Cards for The Pines Assisted Living and Nursing Home! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Ms. Aleman’s class researched various sharks and showcased their findings! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Plough for making oyster ornaments with us. Mr. Plough works for Horn Point Laboratory and shared facts about oysters and how they help our Chesapeake Bay. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks again for providing a great experience for all ! Aileen Plough 🦪 😊🦪😊

What a fun and educational activity.😃💕

What a fun activity!

Third grade is enjoying their visits from ShoreRivers learning all about Atlantic Sturgeon and the environment!! ... See MoreSee Less

On Monday in Ms. Miller's classroom, we had fun learning about Hanukkah. It was the eighth day. We made a handprint Menorah, spun the Dreidel to earn a treat and made a Hanukkah candle snack. ... See MoreSee Less

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Donna States look at him actually sitting still lol

Donna States I see your baby boy .

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Some of the first graders loved working with the letter tile boards in Mrs. Ryan’s class. They renamed the boards as letter laptops. Regardless of the name they were engaged with building words, practicing decoding, and looking for word patterns, all keys to successful literacy skills. ... See MoreSee Less

Well done EES Band! Thanks for welcoming the holidays into town!! ... See MoreSee Less

We hope everyone had a safe and healthy weekend! If you enjoy planning ahead, here is a list of community events for this upcoming week/weekend.

Tip for Success: With all of the events offered this time of year, try to keep a consistent routine at home including bedtime. Sleep helps us prepare for the next day.
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