Kelly School hosted our annual Literacy Night on May 20, 2015. It was called “Passport into the Future.” When families arrived they got a passport and were able to go into the future by visiting their “future teacher.” Each grade level was a different continent and the families got to gain tickets if they visited […]
Kelly School Student Council wanted to challenge Teachers at Kelly School during Teacher Appreciation Week. We had an assembly Friday afternoon called “Are you smarter than a Kelly School Teacher?” Student Council got to challenge every classroom teacher in the school with trivia questions. Every teacher got to walk the red carpet. The students got to cheer […]
May 4th to May 8th was teacher appreciation week. Kelly School has a wonderful group of teachers. The teachers got a special treat from principal, Ms Fisher. They received a teacher breakfast to honor all of their hard work. Thank you so much Kelly Teachers and Ms Fisher!!
Every year Kelly School has the honor to host Junior Achievement. Junior Achievement USA helps students gain knowledge and economic reasoning skills to make sound financial decisions for the future. The students gain information on city zones, importance of money, paying taxes, and understanding entrepreneurs within a city. Successful individuals gave up their time to come and […]
Kelly School hosted our annual “Muffins with Mom” on Thursday, May 7th at 8:30 am. Our Kelly School Mother’s were invited to the school to enjoy a muffin and beverage with their child/children, participate in a classroom visit and enjoy a presentation in our Gymnasium. Thank you to all of our Mothers that attended. We had 120 […]
Nurse’s Day was one May 6th. Kelly Elementary School is so thankful for our nurse, Mrs. Kura. Thank you for always listening to our staff and students, putting band-aids on our boo boos, ice packs for our bumps, and always lending a hand! Happy Nurse’s Day!
Every month Kelly School students work on increasing positive behavior within their classroom and around the school. March was “Leprechaun Month.” Each classroom has a special bag to place their “well earned” leprechauns. They can earn a leprechaun for being respectful to peers and adults, coming to school on time, walking nicely in the hallways, holding the door, saying thank […]