Our school (Bishop Elementary) had a roller skating party. Many people came, and it was fun to see all of them there. There was music, skating games like skating limbo, skate dancing, and even a bake sale. I liked it a lot. The roller . . .
The Fun Run was a great experience, and it got the whole school active. The Fun Run is one mile. Kids can run, walk or jog. This year the EMU Eagle . . .
Bishop's First Upper House Field Trip
All 174 Upper House (4 th and 5 th graders) students at Bishop Elementary traveled on four busses from Bishop Elementary to High Velocity Sports Arena in Canton, Michigan. When we arrived at High Velocity the coaches split all 174 . . .
Bishop Elementary families swung their partners 'round and 'round for the benefit of fighting poverty around the world. The $1 admission fee for the annual Hoedown September 28 went directly to the Heifer Project, raising $265 for the . . .
Smiling faces swinging their partner round and round for the 2012 annual Bishop Elementary Hoedown was fun, fun, fun. We danced to lots of songs such as: (my favorite) Cotton Eye Joe, the Hokey Pokey, the Virginia Real, and Solomon Levi. The . . .
Lincoln Multi Age students, families and staff enjoyed a soup themed evening of reading and dinner in celebration of National Reading Month in March. Highlighting the affair was the revolving selection of soup themed stories narrated by . . .
Puffs of rainbow colors dot the horizon; truffula trees grow tall over Grickle-grass beside ponds of Humming-fish and Swomee-swans. No, this is a not a vivid and crazy dream, but rather, it is the land of the Lorax, a fictional setting . . .
Lincoln MultiAge Middle House students (2 nd and 3 rd graders) have been exploring heritage during the month of March. Each student has been tasked exploring his or her own heritage -- heredity, culture, kinship, history and . . .
On Friday, February 18, 2011, the Lincoln MultiAge (LMA) Middle House hosted its Annual Science Fair. Students in 2nd and 3rd grades created a variety of displays on their teacher approved subject. Displays included the properties of wind, . . .
Fourth and fifth grade Upper House students of the Lincoln Multi-Age School held their science fair on December 10, 2010. Each student selected a project of interest to them for the purpose learning how to conduct experiments and solve . . .
Lincoln Multi-Age’s Middle House (2 nd and 3 rd grade students) recently completed a science unit on water. They learned the properties of water and kept water journals, noting every time and place they used water for a number of . . .
On Friday, November 5, 2010, Lincoln Multi-Age hosted its Second Annual Fun Run with several hundred students in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade participating. “The Fun Run is a way that we can bring parents and students together to . . .