This week Mrs. Jacks’ class has been learning about atoms and molecules. Today, students created edible atoms to represent where to find protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom.
In their art class this week, DES 3rd-6th grade students learned about positive and negative space, contrast and symmetry. They used these skills to create Japanese Notan Paper Art by cutting and pasting black paper. The kids did a fantastic job and made some really interesting pieces.
Mrs. Bates' Mississippi Studies students presented the three major tribes of MIssissippi.
Anne Marie Williamson Davidson Elementary Teacher Assistant
Karon Stanford Davidson Elementary Counselor
Jai Williams, photographer and documentarian grad student from the University of MS spoke with Mrs. Koshenina’s English III students about audio recording, photography, and documentary making. Koshenina’s students are studying story telling through film this semester.
8th grade math students hard at work creating posters to present to classmates explaining the steps of solving multi-step questions.
Ms. Avent’s kindergarten class explored outside using their five senses and then drew what they could see, smell, taste, hear and touch while outside.
2022 Homecoming Court
Ms. Jackie Kerr from Mississippi Museum of Natural Science came to DES to talk to Mrs. Jacks’ 5th grade students. She discussed food chains, food webs, and ecosystems with the students while showing furs, live animals, and fossils
Friday night’s football game at Bruce has been moved to tomorrow Thursday, September 8 at 7:30 P.M.
DES hosts FAMILY LITERACY/TECH NIGHT See attached letter for more information. It will go home with your child today. https://5il.co/1hmrk
Melinda Allen Water Valley High School Assistant Principal/ELA Specialist
DES students have been learning about the Elements of Art this year in their art activity class with Mrs. Winters. The first element they learned about was “lines”. PreK-2nd used different kinds of lines to make a “Scribble-Saurus Rex” and 3rd-6th grade students used lines to make a “Bad Hair Day” drawing.
Mrs. Jack’s 5th graders learned about oil spills today during a class experiment.
Happy Labor Day!
As follow up from earlier this week, Mrs. Sain's class learned it took teamwork to pull The Gigantic Turnip out of the ground. They had a fun activity of cooking fresh veggies in the crockpot, including, of course, our own gigantic turnip!.
Labor Day closing