Kolling News

Kolling News 2017-11-05T21:47:02+00:00

Bussey Centers

  • Dad with glow slime
  • Students make dancing skeletons
  • Students make popcorn gloves
  • Students play spider game
  • Students learn about pumpkins

Mrs. Bussey’s first graders participate in centers before Halloween. Students had the opportunity to learn while doing fun activities during the day.

  • All students participate in the game during class
  • Students who are out sit out

Students in Mr. Zak’s music class got to play a game for the entirety of their class as soon as they finished their first activity. They had to pass a bean bag to their classmates without dropping it and could only pass it when people were singing. Whoever had it when the music stopped was out of the game and had to sit on the rafters.

  • Students work on projects for art
  • A students asks the teacher for help

In art class, students made a quick and easy project just in time for Halloween. The students cut out pumpkins and put them on a blue paper and got to use different textures on the background. This simple project allowed students to make something before they had fall break.

A third grader waits for instructions from her teacher.

Students in Mrs. Pawlak's third grade class work on Chromebooks for the first time.

A student helps another log in on his chromebook.
Mrs. Pawlak hands out students' usernames and passwords for the year.
Students help each other use chromebooks.
Students organize books on the bookshelf in Mrs. Pawlak's class.
Mrs. Bussey's class models their flip flops.

Students in Mrs. Bussey's first grade class showcase the flip flops they created.

Students in Mrs. Yothment's class celebrate birthdays.

Kindergarten students celebrate a peer's birthday.

  • Mrs. Pawlak showing book
  • Student shows teacher her design
  • Students help a peer with his project
  • Student working on Oliver K. Woodman project

Students in Mrs. Pawlak’s third grade class begin working on their Oliver K. Woodman project. They decorated the paper and later will have their pictures on the faces of them. Once they are finished, they will send them to relatives in different parts of the country and they will take them on adventures. During these adventures, they will take pictures of the projects and send them back to the students.

  • Teacher helps student with her story
  • Students walk to nature walk
  • A student joins the "author's bench"
  • A peer asks a question about the context of a story
  • Students volunteer to share their stories

Second graders in Mrs. Ranich’s class go outside to see the nature trail and write stories. Although the nature trail was blocked off by a tree, students still got the opportunity to sit outside. After time alone writing their stories, they met with their spelling partners to get feedback and suggestions. At the end of the class, two students had the opportunity to sit on the “authors bench” and read their stories to the class.

  • teacher in dunk tank
  • boy playing soccer
  • alien game at fun fair

Kolling hosted their annual funfair on Sept. 15. There was many different activities including games, a dunk tank, inflatables, live entertainment and much more for children and their families to enjoy. There was also different opportunities for students to win different prizes and basket with different items in them.

  • Students see how many pennies a wet paper towel could hold
  • Students are shown how to use the microscope
  • Students doing a water scavenger hunt
  • Students in tootsie pop lab

Third Grade Science Rotations

  • Students make pumpkin lanterns
  • Horton and students pose for a photo
  • Medusa girl posting
  • students wrap peers in toilet paper for halloween

Halloween Party