~Students of all ages enjoyed holding Mike, our classroom Ball Python. Science camp is offered every Friday for an hour after school in the Vet...
Excited third graders @ Manatee Academy show off their books at the 1st Skirmishes Over Stories (S.O.S.)for 2013-14 school year. Students read from a list of ten books, come to the Media Center for...
~Seventh grade Vet Prep student Brianna brings her 2 dogs in for a classroom visit~
~Manatee Academy Honor Choir~
~Second graders play “Alligator Chomp” to practice telling if a number is greater than or less than~
~Dads & Lads bond over books with Debbie Remington, Media Specialist~
~~First graders learn the importance of community and community leaders~~
~Manatee students celebrate SuperSTAR student of the month~
First graders are fine tuning their listening skills in music class.
Second graders are stretching for a healthy, successful year ahead.
Third grade students engage in Showdown to ‘show’ just how much they have learned in math.
Competition monitors math mastery in this middle school math resource class. Students actively engage in friendly competition using technology to measure their success.
Students learn the importance of dental hygiene and how it promotes a good health.
The members of the National Junior Honor Society would like to wish you a safe and happy summer. Stay active and keep on reading!
Manatee Academy stands out at the Regional Science Fair. Jamaraly Rodriguez received 1st place in Environmental Science category and Jenniffer Lopez received 2nd place in the Botany...
TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More!
If you have a child entering Kindergarten in 2014-15, we have one more tour scheduled for March 11 at 3:30PM. Please check in at the main office.Read More
Manatee’s 6th grade Sharks have been celebrating Black History Month with several lessons and activities recognizing the lives and accomplishments of African Americans in our society.
The students started off the month with a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. scavenger hunt. Each student had to search the classroom for the MLK themed literature questions.
To continue with the theme, students completed a DBQ (Document Based Question) about Harriet Tubman. All of the Language Arts classes worked very hard to analyze documents to answer the question, “What was Harriet Tubman’s Greatest Achievement?” The final product was an essay to argue her greatest achievements.
Go ahead and ask a Shark what they think Harriet Tubman’s greatest achievement was!Read More