Numa Elementary


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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News from Numa 5th grade

By The Publisher | October 9, 2019 |

Mrs. Mill’s 5th graders at Numa Elementary have been writing fall poetry and working on leaf etchings. These are samples from Hayden Leach and Jackson Barbee.                   Support local, independent news – contribute to The Fallon Post, your non-profit (501c3) online news source for all things Fallon.…

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News from Numa – Shadow Writing

By The Publisher | October 3, 2019 |

Fifth grade students from Numa Elementary recently wrote Acrostic Poetry and did shadow writing to acompany their activity. A special thanks to Lisa Solinski for this contribution. Acrostics from Numa’s 5th grade:               Shy does not talk Has no personality Always following you Dark and black Only follows you…

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Numa Elementary Students Learn about Agriculture

By The Publisher | September 9, 2019 |

The 5th grade students at Numa Elementary learned the importance of agriculture in our community during their visit to the Fallon Cantaloupe Festival and Country Fair.  Fallon’s 4-H Club and High School FFA students, along with others, taught/ showed them how to tend to farm animals and how our local farmers and ranchers operate daily.        …

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Back to School information

By Editor | July 28, 2019 |

The Churchill County School District is asking parents and families to make sure their contact information is updated in the Infinite Campus parent portal. The district will be reaching out over the summer, and as the start of school nears, using voicemail, email, and texts messages to provide infomation regarding the start of school. In…

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Carson River Work Days

By Editor | May 15, 2019 |

by Leanna Lehman —  This week 5th graders from Numa Elementary School made their way from the four walls of their classrooms to the grassy banks of the Carson River for the annual Carson River Work Day. Hosted by the Lahontan Valley Conservation District, several agencies combined efforts to create a fun-filled opportunity for kids…

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CCSD Students Raise $12,000 for Heart Health

By Editor | April 18, 2019 |

Staff report —  The Kids Heart Challenge is an activity conducted with the American Heart Association (formerly known as Jump Rope for Heart). This was the first year for the Churchill County School District to participate in the Kids Heart Challenge. Robyn Jordan, parent-community involvement coordinator for CCSD said “the representative from the American Heart…

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Science and Literacy Night at Local Elementary Schools

By The Publisher | March 2, 2019 |

By Leanna Lehman —  Local elementary schools showcased student work and invited families to participate in Science and Literacy Nights at E.C. Best, Numa, and Lahontan Elementary schools Thursday night. All three elementary schools saw a great turn-out as many families made their way from one school’s events to the next. According to Lahontan Elementary…

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