It is so hard to believe that the end of the 2 nd nine weeks is drawing near. We have been working hard this semester, and as part of our math curriculum here at Marshall we have been working on finding the area of shapes. The students have been working to make a variety of shapes that have the same area and have been comparing the shapes to see how they are different, even though their area is the same. Using . . .
The first semester of our 2023 - 2024 school year has been full of new adventures & plenty of new memories. While our High School Football season did not go as desired I truly believe we laid a foundation to build off of for future seasons. Again I'd like to thank the Senior class for everything they have given to the program, they will be missed next year but we hope to see a few of them at some games. I also wanted to . . .
Tuesday, December 12th at 7:00pm
The Eureka Jr./Sr. High music and art departments will present their Winter Concert and Project Fair on Tuesday, December 12th. The Project Fair will be held in the small gym and will open at 6:30pm. The concert will begin at 7:00pm and will be held in the High School Auditorium. Both events are free and open to the public. We invite you to come and enjoy all of the wonderful music and art that our students have been working on this . . .
2 nd grade has slid into December with some fun holiday stories: How to Catch Santa, Night Tree, and Who’s That Knocking on Christmas Eve. With these stories students practice reading skills such as inferencing, comparing and contrasting, main idea and details, and making connections with the text. In social studies we are . . .
Our Halloween parade and parties were a great success! Thanks to all of the parents who helped with them. We love and appreciate all of you! Kindergarten has been busy learning about 2D and 3D shapes. In reading, we have been working on reading words and learning about diagraphs and reading decodable readers. All of Kindergarten has been working towards meeting our WIG goals every nine . . .
Early Childhood has been so busy learning their letters, practicing their name, phonics, science and numbers. Exploring our surroundings allows us to use all of our senses and learn all that we can! We have measuring and pouring items in our corn bin and magnets and magnetic letters in another bin. ECH explored edible pumpkin slime with sprinkles and gold candy. This allowed us to use all of our senses to . . .
The season may say Fall still, but winter weather is here! Here are some fun ideas to keep the kids entertained at home on cold and snowy days. Build a tee pee to read in! 4 chairs, a bed sheet, and some pillows can make a comfortable fort. Grab a flashlight and a good book to read while lounging inside! Play freeze dance and add rhyming . . .