December 2013

The NED show presented at Art City Elementary School

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Article by: Lauren Negus and Lauren Hatch

   

    On December 13, 2013 Art City Elementary had a NED show assembly.  "This school-wide performance tells the story of NED, a lovable cartoon character whose name is an acronym for Never give up, Encourage others, and Do your best. It’s a simple, memorable message designed to teach valuable lessons that help kids become champions at school and in life".

Sixth-grade Sarcophagus's

The sixth-grade students always study a unit of Ancient Egypt during their social studies. Students get to create a Sarcophagus (It is a box-like funeral receptacle for a corpse, most commonly carved in stone, and displayed above ground, though they may be buried). The students at Art City create their sarcophagus to represent who they are and what they like to do.

Fourth-grade Begins Typing Exercises

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Story and picture by Carlitos Cornejo's

The fourth-grade begins typing exercises with Mrs. Jacobson, district typing specialist. Mrs. Jacobson works well with her students. She has introduced us to Typing Pal, a link on Art City's website. She is very good at helping us learn to use the keys. I am in Fourth-grade, and I think she's awesome. "She's a great teacher." said fourth-grade student Spencer Neel. We have learned a lot from her and are glad she came to Art City. "She's nice." said fourth-grade student Josh Harker. She's a great teacher" agreed Bella Farr and Kara Lamoreaux.