Recently, some students were tasked with a cool project: create hunting and/or fishing tools just like how native Abenaki tribes used to! Using items such as sticks, the students got creative and showed off their tools! Check them out below!
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The Department of Mental Health has sponsored an event for our students by Puppets in Education! Today, students will be learning about worries and anxiety. We are very thankful to have this opportunity, and encourage families to continue the discussion. It is a great opportunity for students to learn about […]
Please see the latest Rainbow Connection below. Rainbow Connection 5-6-22
Yesterday, May 5th, students had the opportunity to walk (or ride a bike) to school together as a group. Starting at the Shaw’s parking lot, students came out to walk with their classmates on the nice, crisp spring morning. What a great initiative and a great way to start the […]
Last Friday, the STAR Club welcomed back Al, the Respect Guy, and his ROAR show. Al had been to Poultney Elementary back in 2019 before the pandemic started, and the STAR club really wanted to invite him back, so they did! The ROAR show engages students with laughter, magic tricks, […]
Please see the latest Rainbow Connection below. Rainbow Connection 4-29-22
Please see below for the breakfast and lunch menus for May. May Breakfast May Lunch