Fourth grade math students showed off different models for solving problems involving fractions. Students took a gallery walk to look at kids' models in order to both critique other students' work and to use other students' strategies in their own work. Mistakes are celebrated as areas of growth and learning.
The Edmunds Spelling Team is once again the Burlington Spelling Bee Champions! Members of the 2018 team are: Finley, Dylan, Elizabeth, Gretchen, Sophie, and Meg.
The students met twice a week for three months to practice their spelling and to bond as a team. Teams from all six city schools, along with many friends, family members and other supporters were present at the bee as it was held recently at the Miller Center.
The team and coaches celebrate a great winning effort!
The team was treated to Ben & Jerry’s as a sweet reward for a spectacular effort and win!
The Art room is collecting clear plastic bottles for a coming collaborative sculpture! We are grateful for the ones that have already been sent in to school. We are over half way to the goal of 300, with 170+ bottles already here. Clean, clear plastic bottles of all sizes are welcome- seltzer bottles, water bottles, and soda bottles are perfect. Collection areas are in the lobby and outside the art room. Thank you!
On Thursday, May 17th professional composer Erik Nielsen came to EES to meet with some of our third and fourth grade students. Mr. Nielsen talked about the job of being a composer, shared how he does the work of writing music and gave tips on how to write a great melody.
Thanks to partner organization Music -Comp and a generous EES parent for this amazing opportunity!!