G3 #NorthsideStJ students reading Starry Messenger, learning about the scientist Galileo. #HQIM
G5 #NorthsideStJ students are examining word play using "Who's on First" by Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. #wordplay #HQIM
Congratulations to this weeks #NorthsideStJ Saints Power winners! Way to go!
#NorthsideStJ G1 students in Ms. Romsdahl's class celebrating the end of Module 1, which was about books around the world by eating some "Green Eggs and Ham".
#NorthsideStJ 3rd graders have been analyzing the essential question "Why do people explore the sea?" throughout module 1: The Sea and students recently created these didactic wall panels.
Today was 100% That Grinch, wear as much green today at #NorthsideStJ Monday is Rudolph Red, wear as much red as you can.
#NorthsideStJ G1students in Mrs. Meyer's class are engaged in exploring the Central Message of Green Eggs and Ham as they describe the problem, setting, characters, and resolution of the text.
#NorthsideStJ G2 students in Ms. Sturm's room describing the impact of color in "Sky Tree" paintings to support the focusing question, "How does Sky Tree show the cycle of seasons"
#NorthsideStJ KA students in Ms. Burr's class are rhyming and isolating sounds in words this morning.
Congratulations to this week's #NorthsideStJ Saints Power winners. Way to go! #PBIS
#NorthsideStJ families, as we are moving into the month of December, we have sprinkled in some Holiday Spirit days starting tomorrow, December 4th, with "Smooth as Velvet, Mad for Plaid": Wear Velvet or Plaid.
#NorthsideStJ G4 Students in Ms. Nordby's Class are annotating text using evidence to prepare for their final Socratic Seminar of Module 1 about a great heart, both literal and figurative. #ELA
#NorthsideStJ KA Ss in Ms. Burr's class are annotating the text Rap a Tap Tap to answer text dependent questions during their reading lesson focusing on the 5 Senses. #literacy
Monday was World Kindness Day and #NorthsideStJ G2 Students in Ms. Sturm's class watched a kindness video and made a card for someone in the building.
Saints Community, St. James Police Department is hosting a law enforcement training on Wednesday, November 15th, 2023 starting at 4 pm. The training will take place at the Armstrong School and the St. James Police Department. Please do not be alarmed by the amount of law enforcement personnel and squad cars present for this training exercise. The Armstrong School will remain open until 6:00 PM. After that time, Armstrong School will be closed to the public for safety reasons. Law enforcement personnel will be the only people allowed in Armstrong School for the remainder of the night. This training will go into the nighttime hours, so again, please do not be alarmed by the presence of law enforcement at the Armstrong School or the St. James Police Department. Thank you, St. James Public Schools and St. James Police Department
#NorthsideStJ G5 students in Mrs. Carlson's class are noticing and wondering about the Chief Joseph, Nez Percé Chief portrait.
It was the first Cribbage Match v. a student this year for a #NorthsideStJ student. Students can spin the Saints Power wheel for a chance to play Mr. Dawson in a game of Cribbage.
Good luck to the CC team Saturday at the State Cross Country meet! Boys run at 12:00. Girls at 12:45.
The Scholastic Book Fair visits Northside this week: The Fair will be open during Fall Conferences. Thursday, November 2nd: 3:30-7:30pm Thursday, November 9th: 3:30-7:30pm Friday, November 10th: 7:30-3:30pm Here is the link to the online book fair: https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/northsideelementaryschool35
Thank you to the individuals who bid on the Tractors, F250, and the snow pusher. The final and highest bids for sale ending 12:00 noon on 10/27/2023 were: JD 2240 Diesel $2,503.00 JD 1520 Gasoline $3,000.00 F250 $10,075.00 Snow Pusher $2,650.00 Thanks again for supporting St. James Public Schools, the District will be contacting each person to complete the sales.