First grade went on a field trip to Circa 21 to see Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook. The trip was a follow up to the visit to Jr. Theater for a behind the scenes of a live production.
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Hundreds of volunteers come together on one day to make the Quad Cities better during Day of Caring. Volunteer projects include reading with students at elementary schools, spending time and playing games with kids, staffing a mobile food pantry, helping at a financial literacy fair for high school students, creating a greenhouse at a school, beautification projects, and much more.
I wanted to share this information with you about a learning opportunity this Summer through St. Ambrose University.
Please click on the following link for information about the camp and scholarship availability:
Follow this link for the registration form and where to send it:
The Davenport Public Library and the Davenport Community School District are proud to announce our first ever Cool Readers program, sponsored by Ascentra Credit Union! Cool Readers, a program to encourage children to read, provided a stuffed penguin to each 2nd grade child who read 10 books over six weeks.
As a culminating event for this program, second grade students and their parents were invited to a pizza party at the Davenport Public Library – Fairmount Street Branch. Students enjoyed a pizza lunch, received their Cool Reader penguin, and had an opportunity to tour the library.
Pictured are the April Super Students. They were selected based on great choices and behavior for the month of April.
We have been celebrating a week of reading fun this week. We have had many guest readers for our classes. Pictured below are Fire Marshal Zack Soliz and Police Sergeant Andy Neyrinck reading to some grade levels.
Today 3-5th graders partnered with K-2nd grade students to share a book. These books contain text for older readers to read and simpler text for younger readers. K-2nd grade students will be bringing their books home to share at home.
At our 3rd quarter BARK celebration we drew names for students with no referrals for the quarter and students with perfect attendance (no tardies or early release). Pictured are the students who won the drawings.
Good Behavior Perfect Attendance
Girls at Buchanan now have the opportunity for 6 weeks to participate in Girl Scouts during their lunch and recess one time per week.