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Pizza with the Principal - Dec 1st
Mrs. Turpin had "Pizza with the Principal" with the following students on December 1st:

Hosea Jones
Kamden Tarr
Dylan Blake
Caleb Aker
Layne Collins
Robert Chauvette-Card
Amber Dorsey
Micayla Blauvelt-Blodgett
Abigail Baker
Nick Petrizzo
Kyle Chretien
Edward Johnson
Laura Dutton
Gage Nisbet
Hailey Brewer
Reiyn Hart
Sophia Eaton
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
Title One News
The Title One staff has good news to share! But first, here is the backstory. It has been an unusual fall for our team. Evelyn Abrams transferred to Songo Locks School, and Lucy Saunder-Kish moved to a school closer to her home. That left Dawn Bonnevie, who was assigned to SBES for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. After the advertising and interviewing process...and here is the good news...we NOW have Ms. Bonnevie full time, Mrs. DeVoe full time, and coming very soon, Mrs. Scorza full time! Our team also has a new room, which is across from the library. So, we shall be up and running at full steam ahead very soon. To celebrate this great news, the Title I team hopes every Title I family can join us for a Family Night, on November 15th from 5:30-7:00. Be on the lookout for your invitation, and come meet our wonderful new team dedicated to supporting your children. Title I Staff
Health News - Fall 2016
Hello from Health class! This year in Health, the students took a pretest for the curriculum we will cover for this academic year. What a pleasure to have the students do so well! We are able to go into more depth because of their knowledge that is carried over from each previous year. All students have just finished a safety unit. Grade 5 learned how to help a choking victim. Make sure you ask them to show you if they have not already. Next, each grade will be learning about parts of the body. K - 5 Senses, 1 - Head to Toe, 2 & 5 the brain, 3 - Vision, and 4 - Eyes.


Kristin Fournier Health Teacher SBES
Terry Reed Health/Physical Education Teacher SBES
Physical Education News - Fall 2016
We have had a great start to the new school year in physical education class. The Kindergarten, First, and Second grade classes are well underway learning about exercise and how it helps their bodies. They are learning exciting new games and words like Locomotor Movements (walking, running, jumping, hopping, galloping, skipping and leaping) and demonstrating their ability to do them. The First graders challenged themselves with some leaping skills and the Second grade students have been combining three Locomotor Movements together to see if they can transition smoothly from one to the other.
The Students in grades Three, Four, and Five started the year playing Frisbee Golf. They learned the rules of the game and how to keep score. I tried to make some pretty tricky holes, up and over fences, to challenge them. Students are now learning the “Components of Physical Fitness” (Endurance, Strength, Flexibility, Agility, and Body Composition). They are learning and trying a variety of activities and exercises help to improve each specific area of fitness. They are also just getting started on a Basketball unit and learning the skills of the game. All in all we are having a great time exercising our bodies!


Terry Reed Physical Education/Health Teacher SBES
Fit For Feast Event - Nov 17th
Fit For Feast Event - Nov 17th
Fit For Feast Event - Nov 17th
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