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4:06 PM, Mar. 5, 2014  |  Comments
Rothschild Elementary teacher Stephanie Birchler and her second-grade students go on a treasure hunt.
Rothschild Elementary teacher Stephanie Birchler and her second-grade students go on a treasure hunt.
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Rothschild Elementary School

Treasure hunt spices up indoor week

The Rothschild School Spirit and Curriculum Committee celebrated their school's greatest treasures, the students, during the week of Feb. 10.

The Rothschild Parent Teacher Organization purchased a copy of the book "Edward and the Pirates" by David McPhail for each classroom to reinforce the school's treasure of great readers and great books. On Feb. 13, students and faculty dressed up as pirates and participated in a school-wide treasure hunt with their book buddies.

Students also practiced their reading skills as they read the treasure hunt clues to find hidden treasures in the school library. The activity was a fun way to break up a long week of indoor recess and remind everyone that the Instructional Media Center is a treasure trove of good reading.

Riverside

Elementary School

Giants in Science fair to be March 13

Students in kindergarten through fifth grades will host Giants in Science, a science fair, March 13 at Riverside Elementary School, R12231 River Road, Ringle.

More than 150 projects will be on display and will include Scientific Inquiry, Research a Scientist and Original Inventions. Kindergarten through fourth grade displays will be from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and fifth grade displays will be from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information, contact 715-359-2417.

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