Donna Pagel’s fourth grade reading class started reading the iBook, “Because of Winn-Dixie” by Kate DeCamillo on their iPads this week. Students are enjoying using technology in their reading class.
The second grade students at Bowie Elementary have been reading and comparing folk tales this week. Pictured here are students acting out the story “The Enormous Turnip.” The students also chose the book “The Enormous […]
Keila Murphey’s third graders are enjoying the “Taste of Books Cafe” where they got a “taste” of different genres! After they “tasted” the books they wrote a brief statement of what the book was about […]
The Saint Jo Elementary PAWS award was given to: Gracie Hale, Taylor Patrick, Krista Reeves, Donny Sutton, Zayne Edwards, Tate Sampson, Bailie Nobile, Sam Martin, Max Koesler, Emilee Pledger, Trent Gaston, Andy Myers, Issac Powers, […]
Sept. 12 was Breakfast with Grandparents at Forestburg. The third graders created posters as gifts for their grandparents. Pictured is Jaden Dobyns and his grandparents.
Bowie Elementary hosted a book fair this week. Class 2-D visited the library to browse for books to buy Tuesday morning. Watch for the book fair at the intermediate school next week.
Larry Veale, Nocona resident, came to Nocona Elementary School on Sept. 12 to tell some stories about our Native American heritage. Veale is a mentor to students, a frequent volunteer, and is a former teacher […]
Saint Jo ISD will be hosting its annual fall fest from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sept 26 in the Saint Jo gymnasium. Activites will include bingo, haunted house, cake walk, silent auction, concession stand, basketball […]