Second grade students in Kathy Shemwell’s class at Fayette Academy are studying the solar system in science. As a part of this unit they used their iPads and an augmented reality app to view the planets in 3-D.
Elementary computer is taught by Dee Evans.
Kindergarten Celebrates “100” Day
The Fayette Academy kindergarten students recently celebrated their 100th day of school. The day was filled with many exciting activities such as counting by 1’s, 5’s and 10’s to one hundred, jumping and clapping to one hundred, reading books about 100th day, coloring a giant snake that was 100 inches long and working on several fun worksheets about 100 days of school.
Each child created a project that contained 100 items. After they presented their project, they drew a picture of their project. The students danced for 100 seconds several times and sang songs about 100 days. At snack they ate some yummy heart-shaped cookies that were decorated with 100.
Front row: Keir Kee, Cole Campiche, Haley Grace Cherry, Oliver Williams, Walker Graves, Kallie Wells, Miller Derryberry, Ainsley Bryan, Bennett Perry, Buckley Goddard, Samuel Neill, Rusch Ocker, and Haven Pittman
Middle row: Brooks Culver, Carly Isom, Coley Russell, Mabel Grace Pattat, Waverly Smith, Caroline Robinson, Aiden Howard, Jamie Reeves, Jaelyn Martin, Adalyn Presley, Kit Acker, Kaylee Tarr, Greyson Rasberry, Anna Claire Phillips and Landen Pattat
Back row: Gibson Pennel, Carson Sullivan, Jac Crawford, Alexis Rich, Harrison Douglas, Gabe Davis, Gentry Roland and Haley Newman
Special Guest Reads to Kindergarten
Head of School, Courtney Burnette was the special guest of Kitara Acker, who is a student in Dinah Armour’s class. Mrs. Burnette chose Elmer and Wilbur to read to the students.
IPads in the Classroom
This week the First Graders at Fayette Academy were introduced to EPIC! on their IPads. Epic! is an app for children 12 and under. It offers a large selection of eBooks that can be instantly discovered, read, and shared with friends. They had a great time with their new app, and think it’s great that they can read a new book whenever they want to.
Students shown are in Mrs. Linda Gail Douglas’s first grade class.Dee Evans is the Elementary Tech.