Mrs. Stokley and Mrs. Buckley have worked hard with the fourth graders this year to build two 4’x24’ raised garden beds. Students learned about seed growth in Science where they planted their own squash or tomato seeds. They have worked the dirt and planted their vegetables!! Students use math measurements to water the plants and decide what fraction of the produce will be tomatoes versus squash. We are hoping to harvest the beginning of May!
Congratulations to our Junior Beta State Winners
Songfest: 2nd Place
1st Place Science
4th Place Social Studies
Averi Cockrell and Isabella Edwards
3rd Place Talent
Art-- 3rd Place
Honorable Mention-- Art
WJE Beta Students work on their community service hours by making our campus look good!
The fourth grade Star Reach students Super Science class learned about predicting volcano eruptions. They studied how scientists predict volcano eruptions and created their own "shake detector". The students then created their own model volcano.
Patrick Bigbie from WDAM came and spoke to our 4th graders.
We have been studying about weather forecasts, and hurricanes.
5th Grade Star Reach Field Trip to Aquarium
6th Grade Super Students were visited by Miss Hospitality!
Jones County School District is a community partnership that empowers and inspires students to reach their maximum potential and become productive citizens by providing challenging educational experiences through effective teaching strategies in environments conducive to learning.
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