Ms. Henski’s Kindergarten students are using manipulatives to represent addition andsubtraction. They are also learning how to use their fingers and drawings to share their mathematical thinking.
Mrs. Santo’s third grade students are using manipulatives to explain the equivalence of fractions and compare fractions by reasoning their size.
The fifth graders from Ms. Jacob’s class used starburst candies to learn about sedimentary rocks. Sedimentary rocks, also known as sandwich rocks, can be found in river, lakes, and oceans.Students completed a graphic organizer as they learned about different types of rocks and how they are formed.
Parents received support as they learned how to use Skyward to access their child’s attendance information, grades, Progress Monitoring Reading and Math Scores, and so much more. A special thank you goes out to our School Counselors, Ms. Demontegnac and Mrs. Oge for coordinating and hosting our Skyward Family Night. GO LEOPARDS!
Mrs. Santo’s third grade students are enjoying the book Chocolate Fever written by Robert Kimmel Smith. Her students enjoy the daily read aloud which allows students to enhance their reading comprehension, vocabulary, and listening skills. GO LAWNWOOD!
Lawnwood Leopards are Using Their Reading, Writing, Science, and Math Skills as They Learn About Sea Turtles
Erin McCarthy’s ESE Resource Room students at Lawnwood Elementary participated in the Traveling Turtles Trunk Program through the Inwater Research Group. Students learned about the Sea Turtles that nest along the Treasure Coast by participating in hands-on labs. Mrs. McCarthy’s students shared their learning through writing paragraphs, creating graphic organizers, and crafting their own Sea…
All K-5 students participated in a class research project. Students learned about Hispanic/Latin countries. In addition, students learned about Hispanic/Latin culture, traditions, and achievements. A Title One/ Parent Night was held at Lawnwood Elementary to recognize and honor National Hispanic Month.
K-5 Lawnwood students were invited to attend the Publix Math Night. Students teamed up with their parents to complete a scavenger hunt. It was a marvelous math event for the students of Lawnwood Elementary School. GO LEOPARDS!
All K-5 Lawnwood students attended a grade level math competition. The goal of the competition was to encourage students’ interest in math, to develop their problem-solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math.