Temperance Elementary is pictured. Temperance Elementary is pictured.

March Newsletter

Author Visit

TES just wrapped up their One School, One Book program by reading Summer of the Woods by Steven K. Smith. Each child received their own signed copy of the book and participated in daily reading and comprehension activities. To culminate the program, the author came for a visit to teach students about his books, writing, and the joys of being an author! 

St. Jude Fundraiser

The students at Temperance recently participated in their annual math-a-thon to raise money for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Since 1993, TES has raised over $35,000. The students collectively raised over $3,000 this year to donate to this cause. The 27 students who participated were rewarded with an ice cream party, and the class with the highest totals enjoyed a bingo party. Contrats to 2nd grade for winning the bingo event! The student who raised the most money was Mariah, Mercer.

One School, One Book

During the month of February our school will be embark on a special project, an all school book club that is part of the Read To Them initiative. This program will promote family literacy and provide an engaging story that all students can enjoy. Temperance Elementary School will be participating in the reading of Summer of the Woods by Steven K. Smith. Every Temperance student will receive their own copy of Summer of the Woods to keep! Each book has already been signed by the author! The program will kick off on Thursday, February 7, 2019, with a special video.

February Newsletter

January Newsletter

3rd Graders Learn about Chinese Dress

After a unit on China, the third graders had the opportunity to wear authentic Chinese dress. 

Book Character Ornament Contest

Our students displayed their creativity while making their favorite book character into a Christmas tree ornament. One winner from each grade level was chosen based on a faculty and staff voting process. All ornaments are being displayed on our library tree. 

Jamestown Visit

Students enjoyed a hands-on visit from Jamestown. They experienced the many historical uses of natural elements for survivial. 

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