On Friday, February 8 the kindergartners celebrated the 100th Day of Kindergarten. They each brought 100 things to show the class. They also were able to see what they could build with 100 cups, 100 cubes, 100 sticks, and 100 domonioes. What a fun 100th day of school!!
Mr. Murray was given a heart attack by the first graders. It was a fun celebration for their reading activity.
The Student Council at Orchard Hills decided to have a 'Crazy Day.' Crazy anything. Crazy hats, shoes, socks, hair, and clothes. What a crazy day!!
The sixth grade students presented "Tales of Temples and Tombs," Wednesday, January 23rd. It was a bird's eye view of Ancient Egypt complete with mummies and pharaohs. The students worked on the program for 2 months before it was performed. Mr. Oyler made an appearance dressed as the famous King Tut. Students made their own costumes. It turned out to be a very fun, and successful performance.
First-grade students at Orchard Hills celebrated the 100th day of school. They brought posters of 100 things, did hundred day projects, and made portraits showing what they would look like at age 100! What a fun day!
Fifth-grade students at Orchard Hills are doing experiments to learn all about matter. After each experiment, they use their knowledge of indicators to determine whether it was a physical or chemical change
On Friday, December 21st, Orchard Hills had their annual Christmas sing-a-long. Each grade level sings a song and then all the students sing other Christmas favorites together. Some of the songs sung by grade levels were: Jingle Bells, Two Front Teeth, Little Elf, and many others. Some songs that everyone sang together are: Holly Jolly Christmas, Must Be Santa, Frosty the Snowman, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, and more. Such a fun tradition and a fun way to start the Christmas break. We wish all of you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!
Orchard Hills second-grade students have been doing Christmas Around the World. Two times a week, a parent comes in and shares some traditions from a different country that they have either lived in or been to. They give a 20 minute presentation to the grade level and then we go back to our classes and write about what we have learned. The students have learned learning about countries such as Australia, Finland, Estonia, Scotland, Ecuador, and England. This week, Mr. Kim Barlow, former Orchard Hills principal, came to talk to the students about Holland.
Miss Wood's fifth-grade class performed A Christmas Carol. They worked really hard memorizing lines and enjoyed performing it for their peers and parents!
The students in Mrs. Kathy Kelley's first-grade class worked hard to tie 6 fleece blankets to send to a Navajo Indian Reservation in Lukachukai, Arizona. Mrs. Leslie Hindes and others will be taking these blankets with Gladeeh Begaye to the Reservation to benefit any who need a warm blanket at this chilly time of year. Mrs. Hindes also takes other items such as toys, clothes, and shoes to the people at the Reservation. We are thankful to Mrs.