Student Showcase a success at Adairville School
By Adairville Elementary Staff


Posted on April 14, 2019 5:48 PM



 

At Adairville School, we recently hosted a Student Showcase event. We had over 300 people in attendance. This event focused on celebrating our students and showcasing projects they have completed throughout the school year. It was a very busy and fun night for all in attendance. Below is a brief glance into some of the activities offered at our Student Showcase.

Our Kindergarten students read books they had created in class throughout the school year. In our 1st and 2nd grade classes, students played math and reading games with their families. Our 3rd grade students presented their research-based passion projects, and our 4th grade students showcased their self-portrait artwork and writing pieces. With their families, our 5th grade students completed a scavenger hunt to learn about all of the exciting activities happening in their classes.

In middle school, our students had the opportunity to display and present  their career, family tree, local hero, and/or science projects. Our middle school teachers also hosted a short presentation for parents on Characteristics of a 21st Century Learner.

The book fair was open in the library, and we had a reading campfire room, where families were encouraged to sit around a “campfire” and read together. Every student who visited the campfire room received a free book. In the hallway, we displayed math trivia questions, and our families loved solving math problems together for a chance to win a door prize. Families were also provided with a meal, so they could eat dinner together.

At Adairville School, we value our relationships with our families, and we wanted to host a fun night where families could spend time together and see all of the exciting things their children are learning and doing while at school. We look forward to hosting more events like this in the future.




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