Both students and teachers alike dressed up last Friday for Turner Elementary School’s Halloween celebration.
Congratulations to the October Student of the Month winners! Keep up the good work.
After reviewing map and globe reading skills, Ms. Polosky’s students created pumpkin globes and used cardinal/intermediate directions to place the earth’s seven continents in the correct places. They hand painted them using various colors of their choice. They also made map keys indicating which continents the colors represent.
The fifth grade students at Kelly and Turner Elementary Schools went on a field trip to Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh last week for their Remake Learning Education Friday. It was a behind-the-scenes first look at Maker Faire Pittsburgh 2017 for 1,500 local students and teachers. Students had direct access to the makers and innovators of the Faire […]
Last Thursday, Charlie Batch, a former quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, stopped by Turner Elementary to deliver backpacks to our 4th-6th grade students on behalf of the Best of the Batch Foundation. Thank you so much for your generosity!
Dr. Steve Biancaniello, a consultant from OnHand Schools, models Text Dependent Analysis instruction in the classrooms during one of his four visits.
As a culminating experience following a unit on pumpkins and apples, first grade students from Kelly Elementary School went on a field trip to Triple B Farms. The students enjoyed a hay ride through an apple orchard, learned about the importance of bees and soil in the school barn, walked through Pumpkinland, picked a pumpkin […]