Mrs. Porr and Mrs. Liontonia's second grade class is having a blast using their Chromebook this year!
In May, the kindergarten students celebrated the beginning of spring by planting flowers and other seeds! We watched videos and read books about the life cycle of a seed.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to be getting ready for Field Day.
As Mrs. Schadt's second grade class was winding down their unit study on "Change and Interdependence in Communities," they enjoyed a visit from Mr. Bob.
In celebration of Earth Day, 5th grade students at Gardiners Avenue completed a unit based on "The Lorax" by Dr. Seuss.
Kindergarten classes from Gardiners Avenue Elementary School held their annual Teddy Bear Parade on April 14.
Students in fourth grade are diving into GEOMETRY! The students are learning about the characteristics of two dimensional shapes as well as the types and properties of angles.
Upon completion of our social studies unit on China and in celebration of reading Year of the Panda, the students in Ms. Furlong's class built pencil holders from recycled boxes, craft sticks, and glue.
The students in Mrs. Liontonia's class love using their Chromebook in the classroom! For a spring writing activity, the class used details from their Journeys story, "Luke Goes to Bat", to put events in sequential order.
During the month of February, the fifth grade students studied Earth's Spheres through the program Science Dimensions.
Student council members from Gardiners Avenue Elementary School recently raised $297 for the Wounded Warrior Project through a Valentines-themed fundraiser.
The students in Ms. Manzi's first grade class are crazy about their Chromebooks! Each day we find new and exciting ways to build upon the skills we are learning in class.