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We had a successful Solar System Arts & Crafts Walk-Though! Thank you, parents and staff, for always supporting our students program. 

Donavan has become an expert in gardening. He is always teaching us about gardening. 

We are waiting in anticipation to receive the rest of our rock donation in order to complete our beautiful READY Rock Garden. 

Update on our READY Garden 



Thank you to Sue and Eldon for always caring and helping our students and our staff learn about nutrition. We are thankful for all the hard work you put into our program. 

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Mrs. Silvia challenged her students to engineer a moving car. Students were only able to use tape, glue, straws, bottle caps, balloons, and cardboard for their materials. 

Orange is the most common carrot color, but did you know that you can also get them in purple, white, and yellow?! There are around 20 species of carrot worldwide.

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 Did you know that because the tomato has seeds and grows from a flowering plant botanically it is classed as a fruit not a vegetable.


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READY's monthly snack schedule

We are excited to have another parent night soon! Our students are going to learn about the Solar System in March. At the end of the unit, we will showcase our student's hard work in the cafeteria for parents and staff to see!

                                    Unit of Study in March 

                                         SOLAR SYSTEM

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JR Explorer Cadet Challenge 

Elf on the shelf: Day 7

Peppermint Slime!

Elf on the shelf: Day 6

Wooden Ornaments 

Elf on the shelf: Day 5

Creating snowball launchers only using a cup and a balloon 

Elf on the shelf: Day 4

Students created Christmas wreaths

Elf on the shelf: Day 3

Each class decorated a cabinet door

Elf on the shelf: Day 2

Elf on the Shelf: Day 1


JR Explorers Cadets 2021 - 2022

Help save lives. Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick.

For the month of November and December our students unit of study is STEAM.  Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) impact every aspect of our daily lives and the reach of these subjects knows no boundaries across the world. With rapid changes in these areas transforming our global workforce, it is critical that all of our students understand and ideally experience the importance and breadth of STEAM course offerings and digital literacy opportunities through their educational endeavors.

We completed our Grossology study of unit, on Friday! Not only did our students learn about snot, poop, ear wax, scars, and wounds but had the opportunity to replicate all these concepts hands-on. Down below are examples of what a student's Fun Friday looks like. Our students created fake wounds, fluffy

slime, and made yummy caramel apples. 

Mrs. Jessica taught our students 
how to create art using 
glue and salt.

Haunted House Paint Night, 
with Mrs. Jessica!

Snot is one part of your daily diet

that you never think about. Snot? Yep,

you swallow about a quart of it each day. 

How to Plant Cauliflower! 

We had a successful art show!

Thank you, parents, for supporting our students.

If you didn't have a chance to stop by, no worries,

you can see it on the video down below. 

As a program,

our students worked together

on creating a 3D agamograph picture.



Miss. Erica's class did a fantastic job making a training video for the READY Program.