Basket Weaving learning about Cherokee and the many things they went through.
Day one of Spirit Week: Crazy hair day! We have some really creative students (and parents)!
Falcon Spirit Week March 13th-15th Spring Break Here We Come!
Shout-out to Mrs. Wicker, our illustrious English Language Arts (ELA) teacher. Thanks to Mrs. Wicker we were gifted with the presence of a Shakespearean acting troupe. Middle School students in grades 5-8 got to see a live performance of "Much Ado About Nothing".
Hear ye, hear ye… Reader’s Theater has been gifted our own “resident techie”! Joseph has volunteered to piece together an iMovie via an Independent Study. Gotta’ love his initiative!!!
2nd Graders are learning to draw quadrilaterals and triangles on mini geo boards.
Our makeshift stone castle is getting upgraded by some Reader’s Theater participants.
This next week in Reader’s Theater, kiddos will explore “masonry”. It’s time to design and build the Giant’s castle. We are going for an authentic stone castle, using sponge paints and pre-cut templates. The model is prepped and ready. Our rocks will have texture and reflect a variety of sediment!
Big day in 6th grade Science class- Re: lab with “burning question” (Q): How do molecules from food and air get to the cells in the body? Scientists will need to breakdown intake and reconfigure molecules to pass through the villi, alveoli, & cell membranes. Then they will need to back it up with evidence!!! (part 2)
Big day in 6th grade Science class- Re: lab with “burning question” (Q): How do molecules from food and air get to the cells in the body? Scientists will need to breakdown intake and reconfigure molecules to pass through the villi, alveoli, & cell membranes. Then they will need to back it up with evidence!!! (part 1)
There are heroes among us! Thanks Nicole & Teri (cooks) for helping me gather supplies for taste tests in 6th grade Science. Amino acids rock and help us with metabolism!!!
More interactive pictures from indoor recess today- part 3.
More interactive pictures from indoor recess today- part 2.
Spring Picture Day is coming! Dear Parents and Guardians, Spring picture day is just around the corner! WHEN We are excited to announce that Addison School Portraits will be hosting Spring Picture Day on Thursday, March 2nd Heritage Academy. PHONE REMINDER To make it easier for you to remember, we have created a QR code (you can find it below) that when scanned, will add the event to your phone’s calendar and provide a reminder the day before. WHAT TO WEAR Spring picture day is free dress, and we invite all students to dress their best for the day and to be ready to create memories that will last a lifetime. ORDERING Proof order forms will be available several days after picture day and ordering can also be done online. We will have multiple background options to choose from and you will have the chance to select from two poses for their portraits. QUESTIONS If you have any questions, Addison’s staff is happy to help. firstname.lastname@example.org, or by text/call (208) 733-4522. We look forward to capturing your child’s smile. Scan this to add picture day to your phone’s calendar!
More upgrades happening at Heritage Academy. Swapped out the purple wall carpet with a coordinating shade of blue.
Does your student need a uniform approved hoodie? Order a Heritage Academy hoodie now! Orders are due by March 2nd. Order forms are located at the office. Cash or checks are accepted.
Valentine's Day Celebration with Second Grade
This will be a Free Dress Day!
Heritage Academy is full of molecular biologists. Check out these 3D cells that our resident scientists-in-training made by way of paper mache’!
Reader’s Theater obtained a new benefactor, thanks to one of our resident thespians. One of our students made an appeal to her grandma for paint. A hero lives among us! Kris Tygret- former Board Member, rose to the challenge. Thanks to this generous heart, our Goose will have golden eggs! Donations of paint are always welcomed! Students wrote Thank-You notes! #JackandtheBeanstalk