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This week Mrs. Coleman's first grade class learned about animal characteristics. In order to have the students have a better understanding of different animals and their body functions, we did a wonderful experiment from Mystery Science regarding bird beaks. Students used both a straw and a paper cup to mimic bird beaks. Throughout the excitement, they had to test which beak worked faster in getting food, but also which one was able to pick up food without picking up any rocks. It was truly an amazing hands on activity and one of our favorite lessons so far!
Students at Bay Elementary School are getting a real hands-on lesson in the States of Matter. After reading Dr. Seuss' Bartholomew and the Oobleck, Mrs. Yandell's second grade students explored how "oobleck" changes from a solid to a liquid.

NED Character Education

September 17, 2017

NED Character Education is in full swing at Bay!  NED Table awards for classes using good manners and appropriate behavior in the cafeteria.  Ask your children what they have learned about NED. 

Never Give Up!

Encourage Others!

Do Your Best!

YELLOW Bananas!

September 17, 2017

A COLOR a week in Kindergarten!

Yellow was the color of the week in Mrs. Blount's Kindergarten class.  Students enjoyed their YELLOW Bananas for snack time.  Each week, students  focus on a new color, learn to recognize their color word, stretch their vocabulary learning and enjoy a fun treat.  

Make plans to join us on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 5:30 for Open House.  The schedule begins promptly at 5:30 p.m.  Parents will have the opportunity to walk through their children's school day.  You will visit the classroom, see what your student has been working on, learn what to expect for the year, visit art, music, PE and the Media Center.
Make plans to join us on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 5:30 for Open House.  The schedule begins promptly at 5:30 p.m.  Parents will have the opportunity to walk through their children's school day.  You will visit the classroom, see what your student has been working on, learn what to expect for the year, visit art, music, PE and the Media Center.
Walton County Schools will be CLOSED due to Hurricane Irma and as ordered by Governor Rick Scott on Friday, September 8th and Monday, September 11th.  Stay Safe and we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, September 12th.