Thank you Mr. Murphy for spending the day with us this week as a volunteer within our Navigator Watch DOGS program.
This week our 5th grade students were able to hear and try instruments as they decide which musical elective to take next year in 6th grade.
Thank you Mr. Rausch for volunteering at Navigator Elementary in the Watch D.O.G.S.program.
Olympian, Jake Vedder returned to PCS and presented to Navigator Elementary students about his experiences as a professional athlete including the hard work and challenges. He promoted the value of setting goals, positive self talk and determination in every aspect your life.
Mr. Winkelman spent the day with us as part of the Navigator Watch DOGS program.
Mrs. Shappell’s hosted a donut party for the winning classes from the ODOB art challenge through the month of March.
Thank you Mr. Lake for spending the day with us volunteering in Navigator’s Watch DOGS program.
Mr. Goodfellow’s PE class learning to play field hockey.
A special thanks to Mr. LeMay for spending the day with us as a Navigator Watch DOGS volunteer.
Flora “hammed it up” today while presenting at our End of Book celebration. This week we finished Flora’s adventures as we complete the story and activities for The Adventures of a South Pole Pig.
Thank you, Mr. Grima for spending the day with us volunteering as a Navigator Watch D.O.G.S.
Thank you Mr. Souheaver, for spending the day with us as a volunteer as part of the Navigator Watch D.O.G.S. Program.
PCS liaison officer, Deputy Gwinn, presented to our 5th grade classes this week about types of threats and the social and legal consequences of making a threat.
Mr. Rausch joined us Wednesday as volunteer with the Navigator Watch D.O.G.S program.
Thank you Mr, Murphy for joining us again as a Navigator Watch DOG.
Students are learning volleyball skills (serving and passing the ball) in PE class.
We continue to enjoy the book. The Adventures of a South Pole Pig. The 4th grade students are filling the “South Pole” with pigs. Each day 2 lucky students win a book from our daily raffle trivia question about the story. It is a fun way to read and enjoy a story together.
Today Pinckney elementary schools (Navigator, Country, Farley Hill) held book reveal assemblies for One District, One Book. Each school held a unique assembly. At Navigator, staff performed a short skit giving clues about the theme and title of the story. The Adventures of a South Pole Pig is the book our families, staff and students are reading together during the month of March.
The after school Flight Club had a guest speaker at their last session on Tuesday. It was a pilot from Delta Airline.
It was a fun and entertaining evening watching the performers during the Navigator Talent Show. A special thanks to Gayle Hurn, our Navigator PTO and parent volunteers for coordinating the event for our students and families.
4th grade students created and performed short skits to teach the meaning of key vocabulary words in a story they are reading.