Each year the Missoula Lodge #13 runs a Kindles for Kids program for 5th grade students. This year both our fifth grade classes participated in this program by reading and putting their names into the drawing for every 100 pages read in the month of February. Congratulations to our two winners!
Fourth Graders in Mr.Neibergs class spent this week reading and writing their own tall tale. When they finished writing their tall tale they used the tall tale as the body of their hero and constructed the rest. This created a true "tall" tall tale!
Welcome back! We are so glad to see you!
Can’t wait to see you in the morning! We have missed you!
Reader’s Theater kindergarten fun!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day
No school the week of March 15-19, due to spring break!
Day light saving time begins
Mrs. Washer's class wrapped up a science unit on living vs. nonliving characteristics and features and decided to compare gummy worms and earthworms!
Free Meals for Kids during Spring Break!
Reading is active! Wear are your favorite athletic gear, jersey or Bonner Gear!
And here is SOME crazy hair fun in honor of loving to read!
Reading is entertaining! Don’t forget to wear your silly socks or wear your hair in a silly way!
Reading is amazing! And so are you! Don’t forget to wear your favorite outfit or dress up as your favorite book character!
Don’t forget to celebrate “Reading is Relaxing” and wear school appropriate jammies, slippers and bring your favorite teddy bear to read to!
First Graders in Mrs. Vogel's class have been learning about how animal tracks always tell a story. We went for a winter walk this week to search for tracks. Students used critical thinking to make educated guesses about what may have left the tracks we found. These eager scientists also collected data including track length, width, and the length between tracks.
We are celebrating Reading is for EVERYONE week, March 1st - 5th with these fun dress up days!
Before the snow melted, 6th and 8th graders were able to climb up Bonner Mountain with snow-shoes. It was amazing! #jacksgotgrit
These past two months during counseling lessons, students have been learning about Communication! Students are learning about passive, aggressive, and assertive communication styles “mouse, monster, me”. We’ve been discussing how body language, facial expression, tone of voice, volume of voice and eye contact are all important in how we communicate. Along with communication, we’ve also been working on looking at another's perspective to help us solve conflicts. Bonner students have also been challenged with some team building activities where they are being asked to communicate with one another in order to solve a common problem without the help or guidance of adults! Ask you kids about their counseling lessons!
Friendly reminder: No School tomorrow, Friday, February 12 or Monday, February 15! Stay warm and we will see you Tuesday, February 16th!