Students in Mrs. Vogel's class enjoyed learning about the Grant Creek Schoolhouse and all about pressing apples into cider on their field trip to Fort Missoula!
about 3 hours ago, Kristin Vogel
Apple Pressing
Grant Creek Schoolhouse
This year we have had puzzles as an option to work on during checkout. It is always fun to see how much has been done between each class each week and students have been loving seeing the progress. Here are a few of the ones that have been completed so far.
5 days ago, Katie Nederhoed
finished library puzzles
finished library puzzles
This year we have had puzzles as an option to work on during checkout. It is always fun to see how much has been done between each class each week and students have been loving seeing the progress. Here are a few of the ones that have been completed so far.
5 days ago, Katie Nederhoed
How many seeds are in a pumpkin? Does a pumpkin sink or float? How much does a pumpkin weigh? These are all just SOME of the inquiries Mrs. Burgess’s class got to investigate hands-on this week! These budding scientists are officially on their way to being Pumpkin Experts! (Part 2)
7 days ago, Mrs. Burgess
pumpkin seeds
counting seeds
counting pumpkin seeds
How many seeds are in a pumpkin? Does a pumpkin sink or float? How much does a pumpkin weigh? These are all just SOME of the inquiries Mrs. Burgess’s class got to investigate hands-on this week! These budding scientists are officially on their way to being Pumpkin Experts! (Part 1)
7 days ago, Mrs. Burgess
pumpkin cleaning
weighing a pumpkin
pumpkin in water
pumpkin investigations
Mr. Hudson’s fifth grade class’ STEM assignment was to design and build a cardboard house. As you can see this house is pretty amazing with lots of attention to detail. There are windows, an overhang that covers the porch, a hollow foundation that hides a battery pack and wires for the light and switch that are inside the living room. What a cool STEM project!
11 days ago, Shelley Andres
5th grade STEM project
5th grade STEM project
This is my second year at Bonner as a teacher, but I have been apart of this community for my whole life. Here is a little fun fact for you: I went to Bonner as a kid from Kindergarten to 8th grade. In first grade I was lucky enough to have the amazing Mrs. Addington. She had a saying and when we were doing well in class she would say "you knocked my socks off boys and girls!" She had a stick with a pair of socks attached to it and would wave it in the air. This is something that has always stuck with me and now something that I say to my students! Mrs. Addington came to my classroom today and dropped off a special surprise. MY VERY OWN "KNOCKED MY SOCKS OFF" STICK! I hope to make the same impact on my students as she made on me. I feel very lucky to be back.
12 days ago, Mr. Hamilton
You knocked my stocks off boys and girls!
Two menu changes this week! Tomorrow we are having walking tacos for lunch and Friday we have having breakfast for lunch!
15 days ago, Shelley Andres
Happy national custodians week!! A huge shout out of thanks to Bill, Craig, Ty, Doug, and Kurt for all you do for us every day!
16 days ago, Shelley Andres
celebrating our amazing crew!
Drum roll…. The September door decorating contest winner is…
19 days ago, Shelley Andres
4N is our September winner! Congratulations!!
Our September door decorating contest runners up are:
19 days ago, Shelley Andres
2B
TK - B
2H
3A
Pumpkin Character Celebration! Bonner Library is growing a book character pumpkin patch that will decorate our library the end of this month. I am looking for no-carve, (real or fake) decorated pumpkins that represent a favorite book character or book. I will be picking the top 5 most original pumpkins to win a prize! Please bring your pumpkin into the library between October 20th – October 25th so we can display all the fun characters through the last week of October and your student can grab their pumpkin the 29th to display at home over the weekend. I look forward to seeing all of your wonderful ideas!
19 days ago, Katie Nederhoed
In English, 7th and 8th graders have been learning about ethically responsible outdoor practices, such as leaving no trace when you recreate outside. After researching this topic, we went hiking in order to put ethically responsible behaviors into practice and to gain inspiration for our next project. To spread the word about leave no trace, 8th graders will design stickers and 7th graders will create PSA videos.
20 days ago, Ms. Quinn
8th graders brainstorming for their sticker project
8th graders at the top
Keeping the trail clean! Picking up litter we see
Keeping the trail clean! Picking up litter we see
6th graders are learning archaeology the hard way. Students destroyed mugs so that Mr. Huisken could bury them in the sands of time. We then excavated them, catalogued them, and put them back together!
20 days ago, Dylan Huisken
Breaking a mug!
Excavating with trowels and paintbrushes
Cataloguing the pieces!
Gluing the pieces back together
We love everything apple!
25 days ago, Shelley Andres
apple pie filling
pie crust
favorite apple book
parts of an apple
We love everything apple and fall ya’ll!
26 days ago, Shelley Andres
everything apple
everything apple
everything apples
everything apple
So proud of our cross country team! Way to work hard!
29 days ago, Shelley Andres
cross country 2021
cross country 2021
cross country 2021
cross country 2021
Parents of third through eighth graders, if your Lumberjack is interested in art club check out the following information!!
29 days ago, Shelley Andres
art club 2021
We learn more on the cross country trail than running skills from our amazing coach!
29 days ago, Shelley Andres
cross country 2021
cross country 2021
cross country 2021
We learn more on the football field than football skills from our amazing coaches!
about 1 month ago, Shelley Andres
football 2021