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  • February 19, 2018

     

    Greetings Parents,

    In this Monday Morning Message, you will read about Palmer Science Fair Winners, K-2 100th Day Celebration, and Science Vocabulary Parade.  Remember at Palmer Elementary, Hustle and Heart, Set us Apart! Have a great week.

     

    Mrs. Clay, Principal and Mrs. Bailey, Assistant Principal

    (281) 634-4760

    Kellie.Clay@fortbendisd.com

    Glena.Bailey@fortbendisd.com

     

     

    Palmer Science Fair Winners

    We held our campus science fair competition last week. 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students competed within their grade level. All of the students did a great job with their projects. The judges were impressed with the quality of the projects. Our 4th and 5th grade first and second place winners will display their Science Fair Projects in the district's science fair exhibition in the coming weeks. Please see the names of our Science Fair Winners below.

    Third Grade Winners

    1st place - Gyssela C. 

    2nd place- Thomas K

    3rd place- David C.

    Fourth Grade Winners

    1st place- Sully G.

    2nd place- Maia G.

    3rd place- Conrad C.

    Fifth Grade Winners

    1st place- Michael A.

    2nd place- Ben N.

    3rd place- Ashlyn S.

     

    K-2nd Grade 100th Day Celebration, Mardi Gras Style

    February 22nd will be the official 100th day of school. Our kinder through second grade classes will be recognizing the 100th day of school through many hands-on activities on this special day. The students will also host a 100th Day Mardi Gras Parade on Friday, February 23rd in which they will showcase their 100th Day Project. Kinder, first, and second grade students are to collect and count 100 items (buttons, beads, elbow noodles, etc,.) While they are counting, they should count aloud to 100 by 1’s, 5’s, and 10’s. After counting, they are to arrange and display the 100 items in an interesting and creative way, for example, on a shirt, hat, poster, rims of sunglasses, etc.… All projects are due to their classroom teacher by Thursday, February 22nd. Kindergarten-2nd grade students will showcase their 100th Day Projects in a Mardi Gras parade in which our 3rd through 5th grade students will be the parade watchers. Please note that this project is only for kinder through second grade students. If you have any questions about the 100th Day Project, please email your child's homeroom teacher.

     

    Kudos to Ms. Nandolia

    Sending Kudos to Ms. Nandolia for all that she does for our Palmer Bears. Ms. Nandolia is one our para educators. She has worked at Palmer for many years. She gives 110% daily. This past week she went above and beyond by preparing one of our young Palmer Bears for a trip to the dentist office. We appreciate you, Ms. Nandolia!

     

    K-5th Grade Science Vocabulary Parade, March 2nd

    What is it all about?

    Vocabulary parades help to bring words and their definitions alive for our kids! It is a way to celebrate our love of words and science. It also provides a fun and academic focus for dressing up in creative homemade costumes.

    How do we get ready?

    1. Plan

    Choose one of your grade level’s science vocabulary words and think of a way to create an interesting costume design. Be creative!

    1. Create

    You can recycle all sorts of items around your home to make a creative homemade costume: boxes, poster-board, hats, paper bags, fabric, tin foil, etc.

    1. Make a Vocabulary Card/Label

    Remember to make a large card or sign with your vocabulary word on it or use the template provided, so we’ll know which word you represent in the parade. You can carry the word, make a headband or hat, or have it as part of your costume. Your word just needs to be visible somewhere on you!

    1. Come Prepared

    Bring your costume to school with you. Make sure you can put on your costume by yourself, and that you have all of the parts. Please see more information about the science vocabulary parade in this week's Tuesday folder or contact your child's science teacher.

     

     

     

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