MES Award Ceremony

MES hosted their end of semester award ceremony Friday, January 19th.  Students were recognized for perfect attendance, positive behavior both in the classroom and in specials, outstanding academics, and putting forth their best effort.  The administration and faculty were thrilled to share the students accomplishments with the families and friends present!  We are charting a course for an even more successful second semester!

Reading Night

Come join us this Thursday, Jan. 25 from 5:30-7:00 for our Title I Reading Night!  We will have engineering activities in the subjects of Reading, Music, Art and STEM Lab.  Students K-2 will enjoy the Reading and Music Engineering Activities while students in 3rd-5th grades will participate in the Art and STEM activities. There will be fun and learning for all ages!

Congratulations to the following Spelling Bee Winners.

Elliana Middlebrook
Kyler Hall
Nathaniel Vontomaszewski
Dylan Rice
Niyaira Waller

STEM in Pre K

The Pre-K children participated in a Santa’s Sleigh STEM project.  The children were given various materials and were designated the task of drafting a plan for Santa’s sleigh and then building the sleigh using whatever materials they chose from a classroom supply.  Once the projects were complete, the children tested out their creations.  We then wrapped up by sharing our results and discussing why some Sleigh’s were more effective than others.
The children also participated in a candy cane experiment.  We placed a candy cane in three different liquids and documented what each cup looked like on a data sheet.  The children checked the candy canes throughout the day, discussing their findings each time.  At the end of the day, the children documented the end results as well.

Bowling Green Christmas Parade

Madison Elementary School was well represented in the Bowling Green Christmas Parade this weekend.  Students from Running Club, BETA Club, the Student Council Association, Choir, and Star Performers participated in the event.  All of the students were able to share in the holiday cheer and spread their Mustang Pride to the members of Caroline County.