Mrs. Logsdon's 2nd grade students loved making oobleck on the last day of Read Across America.
9 months ago, Angie Hodge
students with oobleck
students with oobleck
happy students
student with hands in oobleck
Blue Devil Powerlifters won 2nd place in the North Half today at Kossuth. All 12 lifters will compete in Jackson on April 2.
9 months ago, Angie Hodge
Boys powerlifting 2nd place
Mock Interviews at WVHS.
9 months ago, Angie Hodge
Mock Interview
Mock interview (2)
Mock Interview (3)
Mock interview (4)
First Graders' celebrating Dr. Seuss day at DES
9 months ago, Angie Hodge
first graders dressed as Dr. Seuss
Mrs. McMinn's 1st graders celebrating Read Across America week with green eggs and ham for breakfast.
9 months ago, Angie Hodge
green eggs
students
students with green eggs and ham
students with breakfast
Good luck to our Boys Powerlifting Team as they compete for the North Half in Kossuth today.
9 months ago, Angie Hodge
Boys powerlifting team
Read Across America Dr. Seuss character and poster contest winners.
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Poster winners
Mrs. Person's 1st grade class celebrating Read Across America week.
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Person's class
Mom reading to students
Mrs. Brown’s 2nd grade class working hard on showing different ways to make a certain value of money.
9 months ago, Angie Hodge
kids counting money
kids counting money
Davidson Elementary dress up days for Read Across America Week, February 28-March 4, 2022.
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Read Across America Week
Lady Devil Powerlifters win North Half and will advance to state competition on April 1, 2022 in Jackson
9 months ago, Angie Hodge
Students and staff posing
Mrs. Carwile's STEM students got to learn the basics of the mini Spheros. Students will be programming these mini-robots to go through mazes and complete tasks before the end of the school year. Mrs. Carwile received the mini Spheros after having a project fully funded on Donors Choose. Today, students took a stroll down the hallways, made a make-shift maze to navigate, tried different ramps, and played a little golf!
11 months ago, Water Valley School District
students taking a picture
balls on the floor
golf balls on the floor
students walking in the hallway
Maks will continue to be required inside the buildings of the WVSD through Friday, January 21, 2022.
11 months ago, Water Valley School District
students standing
On Thursday, January 13, author Jonathan Miles took time out of his busy day to call in to Mrs. Koshenina’s AP Language and Composition class via Google Meet. Students asked about his writing process and his time spent under the tutelage of Larry Brown early in Miles’ career. Students learned the inspiration for his novel Dear American Airlines and were given encouragement to keep on writing… never take a rejection letter as a final critique of a work—stay true to your art! Miles also reminded students that writing, like all art, takes time and commitment. He discussed writing space and time management, and reminded students to take inspiration from life because there are potential stories all around you- just pay attention!! Paula Brown, Mr. Miles's long-time friend, arranged the meeting- thank you Mrs. Brown and Mr. Miles for meeting with Mrs. Koshenina and the AP Language and Composition students. Maybe an image of 5 people and indoor
11 months ago, Water Valley School District
students in classroom