First grade students designed and created a boat using tin foil. Each group dropped one penny at a time in their boat. They had to predict how many pennies their boat could hold until it sank. A couple groups held all 30 pennies in their boat!
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Happy International Dot Day! Today, Mrs. Lindquist’s class connected, collaborated and created! Celebrating all that creativity inspires and invites! Well done engineers! 👍🏼
PE students of the week!
PE students of the week!
Second graders in Mrs. Steele’s learned about deserts this week. They were able to create their own desert habitats in groups. Thank you to all the parents who brought in materials for this project!
An addition to the post about Varsity Football at Southridge on Friday, if you purchase a standing room only ticket you can bring a lawn chair but no pop up tents or canopies. It’s A Grear Day To Be A Miner!
Varsity Football at Southridge HS on Friday August 21, 2020. Game time is 7:30 pm (EST). Please park in “C” parking lot and enter at gate “F”. You can purchase a Bleacher seat (limited) or a Standing Room only seat. Masks are required along with the social distancing guidelines. It’s A Great Day To Be A Miner!
A big thank you to our custodian and maintenance crews who started early this morning removing excess furntiture from each of our schools. This is just one small piece of getting our schools ready to open and will assist us in social distancing in our classrooms.
"Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud." -Maya Angelou Have a great day! #MinerUp Photo Credit: Julie Dyer - Thanks for sharing.
It is wonderful to see students back on campus! Athletics were allowed to begin limited practices and vollyeball was the first team in. While procedures may be a little different this year, MINER PRIDE continues as usual!!
Congrats to these Football All Stars! It’s A Great Day To Be A Miner!
Students in Mrs. Landis’ 2nd-grade class enjoyed learning about the 1950s today while celebrating the 50th day of school. They wore their best 50s attire, hula-hooped, learned some 50s lingo, had a bubble blowing contest, enjoyed root beer floats, and participated in a jukebox coloring contest! It was a great day!
Happy hump day from Linton-Stockton Schools!
Chris Stahl and Aaron Morris were guest speakers in Ag today. Thanks Chris and Aaron!
5th grade students have the responsibility of raising and lowering the flag each day. I have been impressed with their work ethic and their promptness when completing this task . They work in teams of three and then train the next three students. I want to say thank you to the students and Mr. Mair for taking on this responsibility. #proudprincipal