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Congratulations 4th and 5th grade Honor Roll


4th and 5th Grade Honor Roll Students

4th and 5th Grade Honor Roll Students

A BIG congratulations to the following 4th and 5th grade students for making the 2nd Trimester Honor Roll! These students worked their tails off to get A’s or B’s in all of their core subject classes. Great job putting forth a commendable Charger effort, 4th and 5th graders! These students completed their homework, asked questions, and studied; they showed responsibility in every way! We can’t wait to see this list grow for third trimester.

“A” HONOR ROLL 

Thomas Hoops

Karly Fisk

Owen Freyling

Shawney Mason

Ame Schaap- Jones

Sage Sidlauskas

“A/B” HONOR ROLL

William Brinks

Nadelynn Brinley

Mason Sullivan

Analiese VanHarten

Kaden Winters

Lilly Coffee

Jacob de la Rosa

Meghan McKinney

Brenden Rizzon

Zachary Gibbs

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CSPS Ski and Snowboard Club


 

For 4th grade students and older.  CSPS students have the opportunity to be part of the school ski and snowboarding club at Cannonsburg Ski Area; six Thursdays beginning in January.

For more information and club sign up forms, visit https://goo.gl/2xbv2Z or contact

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Teacher “Raps” for her 4th Grade Students


Mrs. Nielsen, a 4th grade teacher at Cedar View Elementary knows that it is difficult for many students to learn how to do long division.  To get her students fired up and excited to learn long division and have a little fun with it, Mrs. Nielsen showed them a YouTube video of a teacher doing the “long division rap.” After showing the video, Mrs. Nielsen told her class if everyone in the class learned how to do long division she would dress up as a “rapper” and sing the long division rap in front of the class.
“My class really must have wanted to see me make a fool of myself because I have never seen students work so hard to learn anything before!” said Mrs. Nielsen.
By the end of the unit, every single student in her class was able to pass the long division test. Mrs. Nielsen kept her promise and performed the “long division rap” in front of her class. The students really got a kick out of how many “takes” it took for her to get it right! Congratulations to Mrs. Nielsen’s 4th grade class! You proved that you can do anything you set your mind to!

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