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Bubble Gum Blowing Contest Winner!
Bubble Gum Blowing Contest Winner!
2nd graders chewed bubble gum during their library classes when they heard the story of Walter Diemer in POP! The Invention of Bubble Gum by Meghan McCarthy.
Mission
SBES SCHOOL MISSION

We, the members of the Stevens Brook Elementary School community, are committed to working together in a dynamic, supportive, and respectful learning environment.

We strive to reach our full potential by fostering academic excellence, celebrating successes, and challenging all members to be responsible learners and citizens.

THE INTENTS AND RESULTS OF OUR MISSION AND EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS WILL EMPOWER EVERY STUDENT AT S.B.E.S. TO BECOME:

• A Quality and Collaborative Worker

• A Self-Directed Learner

• An Effective Communicator

• A Responsible School Citizen
Recess Story Walk, "Time to Sleep"
MUSIC NEWS
On Friday, December 15th, we will have a holiday musical celebration at Stevens Brook Elementary. The morning concert begins at 9:30 A.M. and will have performances by students in kindergarten through second grade. Students in grades 3, 4, and 5,
along with Chorus and Band ensembles, will perform at 1:30 P.M. There will be a diverse range of musical styles such as: Jewish Reggae, Hip-Hop, Mambo, and a Dr. Seuss classic that you’ve probably never heard sung by children. We will have guest performers on accordion, bass guitar, fiddle, clarinet, and drums.
It’s gonna be a rockin’ good time. We hope you will join us!
Art News
This month in art class, students at Stevens Brook Elementary are making dream catchers inspired by the Ojibwe Native American tribe, constructing story books, and modeling clay into practical objects. Kindergarteners and first graders are learning about the cultural importance of a Native American dream-catcher in order to construct their own dreamcatchers. Second and third graders are learning about words with pictures and what that means for readers in order to construct, write and draw in their own handmade books. Fourth and fifth graders are learning about the three different stages of clay and fundamentals of how to construct everyday objects out of clay in order to mold their own clay mugs.

Luke Hadley
Art Teacher