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Mrs. A. Thomas's class celebrated Veteran's Day.
- DAFFODIL Pre-K
Students in Mrs. Clark-Wooten's class used the scientific method to predict how temperature affects the reaction of glow sticks. Who says learning isn't fun?
- Center Elementary
Want to know what 100 books looks like? Ask kindergartner Peytan B., who has read over 100 books so far this year! Way to go, Peytan!
- Memorial Drive Elementary School
5th graders built snap circuits to power a fan, lightbulb, or speaker while learning about electricity, insulators, and conductors.
- Ruskin Elementary
Students in Mrs. Tanner and Mrs. Corbitt's classroom learned about the letter Aa while enjoying freshly-sliced apples!
- Wacona Elementary
Mrs. Flowers' class read "Turkey in Trouble" and completed a turkey craft. Check out their awesome disguises!
- Waresboro Elementary
First graders learned about various landforms and then created landform art projects. Check out this student's work!
- Williams Hghts. Elementary
Coach Hinely demonstrated how to operate a TI-30XS calculator to students learning about error analysis and Order of Operations.
- Ware County Middle
Students in Mr. Cakal's class investigated different methods of heat transfer.
- Waycross Middle
Students in Chef Jen's Culinary Arts class cooked a delicious Thanksgiving meal for Central Office staff.
- Ware County High