360 Cedar Street
Duncan Falls, OH 43734
November 10 - November 14
District representatives (Cory Davis, Nick Hansel, Sharon McDermott, and Bob Walden) attended a session about Disaster Recovery Planning.
The last night of 3rd grade conferences was held on Tuesday.
Thank you PTO for bringing Secret Santa to DFE!
This week in first grade students are switching classes to learn about how different cultures celebrate Christmas around the world. Students are also sharing their timelines to tell about important events in their life.
In second grade, students will be completing a “Disguise a Gingerbread Person” activity. During this activity, students will be disguising their gingerbread person so that it will not be found and eaten!
Dibels benchmarking took place this week.
Ms. Fuller’s math students held a “Math Marathon” to help raise money for the library renovations. Students earned money for the points they scored on a computerized assessment. The students calculated how much they earned, counted out the money, and donated $19.60
Last week, special education teachers attended a district in-service.
In Miss Blake’s class, students created elves with pictures of themselves. Also, their classroom elf was interested in what they had learned and wanted to know “what stuck” with them from the day.
Congratulations to Chris Miller, FLCS Fiscal Officer, for receiving the Auditor of State Award. The award is presented for exemplary financial reporting.
Thank you to Mr. Bill Trout, FLCS Board Chairperson, for making a donation to support our student’s project based learning program.
Mr. Woods visited and met with students who are having attendance issues and also made time to conduct home visits.
Mr. Alexander went above and beyond by taking time to meet with a student who was having trouble dealing with a personal issue.
Mrs. Woodard attended a BFK workshop with other OAC educators to curate resources for classroom teachers on the BFK website. The finished product will provide grade level/content resources for common core, blended learning, FIP, and student motivation.
Miss Daw’s Physical Science students began their study of energy by determining the correct order in the steps of energy production using coal, natural gas, and hydro power. Once they had the steps in the correct order they compared the efficiency of each process.