Dads! Celebrate and enjoy time (and breakfast!) with your child on Friday, May 31 at 6:45 a.m. in the NPE Cafeteria! Cost is $2.00 for adults and $1.25 for students! We look forward to seeing you!
Grant was one of several first grade students who visited the Learning Commons to research a topic of their choice. After researching and taking notes about turtles, Grant typed his book using the software application iBook Author on one of the MacBook Air laptops in the Learning Commons. You can choose to open the file in iBooks on your iPad!
If you are interested in participating in this class, please complete the registration form below and return it to the school office!
Join us Friday, April 26, 5:30-8:00 p.m. at New Providence for a picnic on school grounds, 5:30-7:00 p.m., followed by bingo in the cafeteria, 7:00-8:00 p.m.! You may pick your own meal or pre-order dinner from Zaxby’s. Look for order forms in your child’s bookbag. The Kona Ice Truck will be at the picnic as well, so bring a few extra dollars for shaved ice, alone with your camp chairs for outdoor games!
Children’s book author, Phil Bildner, visited NPES today! He is the author of a number of books for children and young adults. His books are awesome for sports lovers (especially baseball fans) and history buffs. Book titles include Shoeless Joe & Black Betsy, Magic in the Outfield, The Greatest Game Ever Played: A Football Story, Twenty-One Elephants, Shot Heard Around the World, and more. Visit his website to discover more about Phil Bildner and his books. Students in grades K-5 enjoyed listening to Mr. Bildner’s presentation about his books and his life as an author. He also visited 3rd grade classrooms, had lunch with selected students, conducted a Writer’s Workshop with 4th grade students, and autographed books! We appreciate this opportunity to meet and learn from a real-world author!
March 20, 2013 is the first day of spring! This is the time of year when the sun crosses directly over the equator. It is the Vernal Equinox. Equinox means means “equal night.” Because the Sun is positioned above the equator, day and night are about equal in length all over the world!
Enjoy these spring acrostic poems!
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What is your favorite time of day? Fifth grade Media Tech students wrote about their favorite time of day! Using the iPad, they took a picture of a clock, inserted it into a new Pages document, wrote a paragraph about their favorite time of day, and edited the text for font style, size, etc. They uploaded their work to our student network drive using the WebDAV app, and we created a flipbook using Youblisher to share their writing.