February was a busy month for our second graders. They learned how to count money and learned how to tell time on an analogue clock to the nearest hour and minute.
After learning about forces, the students in Mr. Bencivenga and Mrs. Porr's class experimented to see if the strength of a force determined how much motion it had.
Fourth and fifth grade students at Gardiners Avenue Elementary School are thinking outside the box during the school's new after-school Critical Thinking Club.
The fifth grade students in Ms. Corron's class immersed themselves in the study of Greek mythology through the shared reading of a Storyworks play, The Revenge of the Gods.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to be playing Hockey.
This month, Mrs. Donnelly's and Ms. Madigan's first graders celebrated the 100th Day of School.
February is known as the month of LOVE, and that was evident in our reading/intervention programs. During the February literacy initiative, our students were involved in a Dr. Seuss QR Code Scavenger Hunt.
This month, several third grade classes worked with Corie Cosgrove on programming.
Mrs. Ulmschneider and Mrs. Dunleavy's class is studying Energy in science.
First graders in Mrs. Farley's class at Gardiners Avenue had a fun time learning about light at the Outdoor Learning Center!