Baseball Update:
We are sad to say that we are not able to continue baseball practice due to lack of interest. We have held several practices but without 6-7 students consistently it's not conducive to continue. Please encourage your student to toss a ball around with a family member or friend and hopefully we can field a team next year with vigor! - Mrs. Emery

Mrs. Emery, 1st Grade Teacher

Tabitha Emery



Making Ice Cream by Hand

Thursday, March 17th 2022

Yesterday, the first grade invited the fourth grade into their room to make ice cream with Ms. Greatorex. They classes paired up to shake their ziplock bags with snow, salt and an inner bag of cream until the ice cream mixture took on the right texture. Then, it was time to enjoy! Recipe for the […]

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100 Year Old First Graders

Monday, March 7th 2022

In celebration of the 100th day of school recently, the first graders wrote what they would do when they turn 100 years old!

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Mrs. Emery and Mrs. Lecandar Awarded STEM Grant

Tuesday, March 1st 2022

Second Grade teacher Sheila Lecander and First Grade teacher Tabitha Emery were recently awarded a $1000 dollar grant from the STEM Pilot Project to purchase materials to expand STEM education in their classrooms. Materials will help enhance their Timberland Tuesdays! The STEM Pilot Program is designed to help provide for innovative STEM programs in Franklin […]

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Stratton School Loves STEM

Wednesday, February 16th 2022

Stratton School, located in Franklin County, serves grades PreK-8. Their school promotes caring,experiential, supportive, creative, and responsible learning. Having STEM activities and lessonsincorporated builds on those values and allows students to not only work together but also havefun! Twice a month, grades 1 and 2 participate in Timberland Tuesday STEM activities together. Mrs. Emery’s Grade […]

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Mrs. Emery awarded Frankin County Retired Educators Grant

Friday, November 19th 2021

Our First Grade teacher Tabitha Emery was recently awarded a grant from the Franklin County’s Retired Educators for a monthly cooking and nutrition program. The grant will buy cooking supplies so the first graders can learn life skills, as well as skills from math, reading and science. The program will also source some ingredients from […]

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