Ms. Betty’s Preschool classes are building an outdoor music wall. We have people from KCSD coming together to make this project successful. Thanks to Josh Hetzel and Aaron Hinton for helping our Preschool students project study.
Kindergarten students wrote and illustrated fiction stories and were proud to share their finished books with a real audience of peers and adults. They also wrote nonfiction pieces including a dedication and personal biography. Students entered the annual Lee County Writing Contest sponsored by the Lee County Chapter of the Iowa Reading Association.
Do you know a child that will be 4-years-old by September 15, 2017? If so we know a wonderful FREE 1/2 early childhood program for them! We will have our Round-up at Torrence Preschool,1721 Fulton St. Keokuk, Iowa, on Wednesday, March 1st! If you know a child that will be 4-years-old by September 15, 2017, […]
The Board of Directors of the Keokuk Community School District has passed a resolution in support of “The Promise of Iowa” campaign. The goal of the statewide campaign is to focus attention on the future of Iowa public school students and to rally support for public education in Iowa. The campaign’s focus is on building […]
We read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and then made our own caterpillars and enjoyed a yummy, healthy snack. This is Mrs. Hinton’s Kindergarten class. Mrs. Bruce’s class also participated, but they are not pictured.
Lana Proctor is the Music teacher at Hawthorne Elementary School. Lana is shown here with Mike Marsden, Hawthorne Elementary School Principal. Nominations for this honor are made yearly, and rotate throughout the elementary, middle school, and high school levels. Nominations are accepted from members of the community, students and staff. A group comprised of students, […]
The Noetic National Math Contest results are in! Grade level team winners are: 3rd- Rachel Olsen 4th- Alex Underwood 5th- Jiya Patel and Caleb Kramer Rachel Olsen scored in the top 10% and made the National Honor Roll! (photo in the blue shirt with two medals). The following students scored in the top 50% Nationally […]
View a listing of this week’s activities here.
From Right to Left: Lindsey Campbell, Jose Madriz, Maggie Haage, Alaina Sargent, Miller Giesler. Isaiah Brownlee
It’s Computer Science Education Week! George Washington students are all participating in the Hour of Code. Visit code.org to learn how to write code and create your own games.