Next week we will be highlighting the LIFESKILL of Resourcefulness. Resourcefulness means to respond to challenges and opportunities in innovative and creative ways. Students who use resourcefulness search for information outside of textbooks, use materials in new and creative ways, and are innovative when creating projects. Real world applications of resourcefulness are reusing and recycling, and finding new ways to use technology in medicine, education, government, and business.
We are a school of readers so here are a few books that link literature with resourcefulness. Enjoy!
Dr. Kendra Hill
Brave Irene by William Steig
Stone Soup by Marcia Brown
Abel’s Island by William Steig
The Family Under the Bridge by Natalie Savage Carlson
Please stop by D Hall to see these smiling faces on display!
Mr. Schirmer and Ms. Molyneaux thank all the volunteer’s help to make this year's Field Day a success!!
When: April 21, 2018
Where: Bookman Road Elementary School
Time: 9- 12
What: We will be planting, picking up trash, spreading out mulch,and weeding a few of our gardens.
Things we need: If you have a blower, limb trimmer, working gloves, rakes, or extension cords- please bring them. Families are welcome to come! Children must be accompanied with an adult. Come out and join us in making our school yard beautiful!