Scavenger Hunt and Natural Science Night
On Friday, September 26th, the Camden Station PTA hosted a Nature Scavenger Hunt and Science Night! We had more than 250 people in attendance to come explore nature and science with us. There were many things to see and do at this event starting with a nature scavenger hunt where students were prompted to locate items found around the school grounds. Families could also visit various stations to explore science content further. Stations included leaf/flower prints on muslin, mashmallow popper math, life cycle of a plant, sink or float?, painting with natural objects, creating pet rocks and the KMAC Mobile MakeShop. There were also various food trucks present for families to make a night of it! We had such a fun time learning and exploring!
Summer Learning Celebration: Author Visits Camden Station!
Shannon Gambill, author of Boss Paws and the Mystery of the Bat Cat and the main character, Boss Paws (a dog) visited Camden Station Elementary on Friday. She shared her journey of becoming a published writer, including the importance of writing everyday and using ideas from your own life to develop plot and characters. The assembly celebrated students who read, wrote and built math fluency over the summer. All students also received gifts for their success! We are so proud of nearly 200 students who stretched their brains over the summer and were able to attend the celebration!
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