Numa Elementary

 

Girls Who Code – More Innovation from ChurchillCSD

By The Publisher | March 15, 2020 |

This story first appeared in the February 7th print edition of  The Fallon Post by Rachel Dahl Michelle Richardson, the Innovation & Professional Learning Facilitator for the Churchill County School District, has brought an exciting new program to the district called Girls Who Code. Richardson started two coding classes last year, one at Numa and…

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Numa Elementary Recycles

By The Publisher | February 25, 2020 |

Numa students continue in their efforts to see environmental pollution lessen. They collect white paper, #1 plastics, and aluminum from the classrooms and offices.               Never miss the local news — read more on The Fallon Post home page. If you enjoy The Fallon Post, please support our effort…

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Ode to Chocolate — Numa 5th Graders

By The Publisher | February 22, 2020 |

Students in Mrs. Mills’ 5th grade class at Numa Elementary learned about poetry recently, and practiced writing an “Ode.” Students wrote an ode to a piece of chocolate before they got to enjoy eating one, and then they followed that with an ode to the chocolate once it was eaten.          …

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Honor Roll–Numa & CCMS

By The Publisher | February 22, 2020 |

NUMA Elementary Q2 Honor rolls for 4th grade       A Honor Roll Allen, John Allen, Meghan Anderson, Nathan Bishop, Amillya Carreon, Carlos Coday, Keagan Collier, Jasmine Gardner, Allyssa Gonzales, Angela Graves, Tarron Grondin, Eva Hartzell, Jayden Johnston, Erik Jones, Sydnie Knachel-Harris, Paytin Kratka, Kynzlee Laplana, Isabella Lefort, Donald MacDonald, Raymi McCart, Adyson McClelland,…

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Numa 5th Graders Learn About Explorers

By The Publisher | February 16, 2020 |

Students from Mrs. Solinski’s and Mrs. Mills’s  5th grade classes completed a research project on early explorers. Students created life sized images and displayed facts about their explorer in a creative way. Other students will now use these facts to answer questions in class.                      …

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Numa 4th Grade Pioneer Project

By The Publisher | February 13, 2020 |

by Susan Weikel — Fourth grade students at Numa Elementary made a pioneer quilt. They are learning about pioneers, and how they lived during the 1800s. Quilts were made out of “memories”. Any material the pioneers had was used to make blankets. For example, wedding dresses, baby clothes, even clothes from people who had died.…

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Numa Elementary – 4th grade career unit

By The Publisher | February 9, 2020 |

Numa Elementary teachers kicked off a career unit  with community members joining the  4th graders to talk with the students about possible career choices. The presenters shared with the classes some their likes/dislikes about their jobs, what type of education is needed, how long they’ve been in their career, what they did before, and when…

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Numa 5th graders make poster presentations

By The Publisher | November 27, 2019 |

The Numa 5th graders in Leslie Brown’s class recently completed a project in which they were learning research skills, compare and contrast, and scientific classification. When they were done with the project, they learned presentation skills when they presented their posters to the class.                      …

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Numa 5th Graders write short stories

By The Publisher | November 27, 2019 |

These stories were submitted by Trudy Mills and were written by her 5th grade class at Numa Elementary school. The Train Ride — By Kari Bailey The night was cold all around me. I quickly looked around me trying to find a shelter. I made a fire,as I shivered I fell asleep. The next morning I…

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News from Numa Elementary

By The Publisher | November 16, 2019 |

Students from Mrs. Solinski’s 5th grade class gather the #1 plastic bottles. They are helping to reduce the waste from their school and reduce the amount of plastic in our trash.  Red shirt is Evan Innes. Other boy is  Noah Saili. After working through a science lesson on how scientists answer questions with investigations, Winter…

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