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Congratulations to Our 2013-2014…OF THE YEARs!

Teacher of the Year – Danya Etter Distinguished Minority Educator – Renne Adderly-Clark Outstanding First Year Teacher – Laura Barnes School Related Employee – Della Dellacroce Read More

Student Led Conferences

Student Led Conferences

Allapattah Flats K-8 students held their own student led conferences, proudly showing off their work from the first 9 weeks. During these conferences, students were able to show a parent or staff member their academic performance on things such as their classroom work and grades, benchmark scores, and progress for the first quarter. Students also talked about many points including how they achieved the grades they received, what grades they plan to get next quarter, and their plan to improve academically. We had a total of 180 parents who came to a conference with their students to get more deeply involved and hear from their students.  Pictured Ann and Alyssa Hartman.

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APF Celebrates Hispanic Heritage

APF Celebrates Hispanic Heritage

ORDER YOUR DVD TODAY FROM HISPANIC HERITAGE NIGHT.  COST IS $5.  CLICK READ MORE FOR ORDER FORM.  On October 17, 2013, Allapattah Flats had its annual Hispanic Heritage Night.  Guests who attended were treated to an authentic Hispanic dish, student performances from band and chorus, a student dance performance that crossed grade levels, and a student PowerPoint presentation on a notable Hispanic figure.  Guests were also taught how to create a PowerPoint in 12 simple steps from Allapattah’s CTE instructor Mr. Koch.  It was a very student oriented event as behind the scenes students were video recording the performances and running the lights and sound.

 

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Fifth Graders Learn About Conservation

Fifth Graders Learn About Conservation

Fifth grade students from Allapattah Flats K8 School recently visited the Oxbow Eco-center in Port Saint Lucie. The Oxbow staff presentations provided students with information about the importance of water-conservation, nature preservation and the maintenance of “natural Florida”. During their visit, students had the unique opportunity to enhance their understanding of Florida’s complex eco-system through the use of hands-on activities and animated presentations. Pictured are students enjoying the staff presentation.

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Media Center Hosts Book Fair

Media Center Hosts Book Fair

The Allapattah Flats Media Center hosted a Scholastic Book Fair recently.  The excitement mounted as students previewed the fair, wrote out “wish lists” of their favorite titles, drew pictures for a chance to win a book off the fair and invited their families to shop during the Family Event which was the annual Hispanic Heritage celebration.  A great time was had by all.

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Matter Matters to Third Grade

Matter Matters to Third Grade

Allapattah’s third graders continue to demonstrate their scientific minds. Recently, students had an opportunity to travel to other classrooms and participate in five different experiments related to matter. Students did experiments with oobleck to demonstrate the states of matter. Another experiment demonstrated the chemical change when a penny is dipped in a vinegar and salt solution. Students made connections relating the Statue of Liberty’s copper material to the copper in a penny.  Students had an opportunity to reflect on their learning after the experiments were completed.  Third graders look forward to participating in more science experiments throughout the year! Pictured from right to left are Raul Andrews, Mea Quinones, and Miguel Sanchez.

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Volleyball Schedule

Volleyball Schedule

Our lady gators volleyball season is starting up.  Click this post to see their schedule of games coming up.

 

Volleyball Schedule 2013-2014

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Learning About Energy Conservation

Learning About Energy Conservation

Students in grades kindergarten, first, and second grade at Allapattah Flats K-8 School watched a special performance titled “Men in Plaid: The Kilowatt Connection”.  The performance was put on by The National Theatre for Children and it was sponsored by Florida Power and Light.  The performers conveyed important messages to students about energy conservation in order to make the world a better place.  Pictured, from left, are Kaylee Harris from Mrs. Dvorak’s second grade class and visiting performers Zack and Nate.

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October 14 – 17 News

Our Book Fair will run from October 14 through October 18.  Students can purchase high interest books at low cost.  Feel free to accompany your child to share the experience.

PTO General Membership meeting to be held on October 17th at 1:00 pm.   Please join us.

HISPANIC HERITAGE CELEBRATION – Family Involvement Night to be held on October 17 at 5:30 pm.  Dinner will be served and student performances will follow. FREE to families.   The Book Fair will be open to families at this event.

Friday, October 18th is an Early  Release day.  Students are dismissed at 12:00 noon.

We will hold a district wide Emergency Drill on Friday, October 18th AFTER students have been dismissed.

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Science Students Create Atoms

Science Students Create Atoms

In middle school science, Joe Kline’s eight grade class at Allapattah Flats K-8 recently studied atoms. The students completed a hands-on science lab where they created atoms from clay. Students had to create the protons, neutrons, and electrons. In addition, they are building their own periodic table using their own elements (all while calculating the important parts of the atom). Pictured, from left, are Jordan Williams and Matthew Madera. 

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