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

This Week at Stratton School- May 13, 2024

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May 13th, 2024

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Spring Celebration & Seedling Sale

Join us for our Spring Celebration!

The afternoon will start off with a Student Spring Music Concert at 1:00. After the concert we invite everyone to stay and participate in garden/grow dome tours, an art walk throughout the school , and more.

We have grown TONS of seedlings that will be available at this years Spring Celebration. (Note: Seedling Sale will be available 2:00-4:00, if you can’t make it to this event but would like to buy seedlings please contact Katie Wuori at kwuori@strattonschool.org)

Seedling varietals include, but are not limited to:



PBIS Family Surveys:

Please take a few minutes to complete the linked PBIS Family Survey. We appreciate your participation and value the data and feedback we receive from these. When you complete the survey, email or Remind message Jesse Hughes (jhughes@strattonschool.org) to be entered to win a $25 Fotter’s Gift Certificate.

Please complete by May 17th.

https://www.pbisassessment.org/Anon/VtMN0Cy6YG0


STEM Day

We had a school wide STEM Day last week. Students spent the morning in mixed grade groupings completing a variety of STEM activities and challenges. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The focus of our STEM Day was to participate in collaborative hands-on, problem solving based learning.

Students worked together to build strong structures out of toothpicks and mini marshmallows that were then tested against a simulated earthquake (gelatin). They also worked to build the tallest towers out of different sized cups, figuring out the best way to achieve height without the tower falling down. Students designed and constructed noise making kazoos, discussing sound waves, musical instruments, and inventions that make noise/music. Finally there were stations with building materials, blocks, and ramps with toy cars where students made predictions on which ramp would lead to cars traveling the furthest and/or fastest and discuss how they could improve the ramps for further/faster travel.

What a fun morning of learning we had!


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