Mariposa Elementary recently held pep rallies for their third, fourth, and fifth graders. Mrs. Whitaker and Ms. Patton led the group with several cheers. Kindergarten, First, and Second graders showed their support with posters and cards, and teachers prepared skits and cheers as well.
First grade had a Poetry Café! Each student in the class was able to get on stage and read aloud a poem of their choosing. We were lucky enough to have so many wonderful spectators observe all our hard work. Thank you to all that came to share in our special moments!
Ms. Mackenzie Buck’s 3rd grade class scientifically explored a sink or float experiment! The students were discovering how much mass their boat could hold! It was a great day to test their hypothesis and collect data.
Mariposa Elementary 4th and 5th graders had their special Writing Days. 4th Grade had a Writing Carnival and 5th grade had a Surgery Day. Each station had students dissecting texts, writing elaborations, citing evidence, and much more! It was a great day for learning!
Mariposa 5th graders performed their show of Broadway musicals with the help of their drama coaches from Port St. Lucie High School. For more than 20 years, PSLHS drama students have partnered with Mariposa students to choreograph popular Broadway songs. The 5th graders shine as they perform the songs for other grade levels as well as their parents.
Our Book Fair begins Monday, April 18 and runs through Friday, April 22. This book fair is our annual “buy one get one free”. The flyers for the Book Fair are going home this week. Please review the flyer with your child and make choices together. It is a great opportunity to talk about books…
April 2022 Newsletter
Mariposa Elementary welcomed the Dell Innovators program led by media specialist, Wendy Munao. In this technology-infused enrichment course, students assembled presentations of various subjects utilizing tools such as email, OneNote, Padlet, Canvas, Sway, PowerPoint, Flipgrid, Forms, and Stream. The mission of this project-based learning program was for students to develop enough fluency with the technology…