Camden Station News

2013-2014 Walk A Thon Update

 

Congratulations to our Camden Station Eagles who successfully met our annual Walk-A-Thon fundraising goal by collecting $19,662.86!  The results were revealed this week at an assembly where the top achievers were announced.  Prizes for students include PJ day, extra recess, pizza parties and a day of bouncy house fun!  Thanks again to all who contributed to our Eagles!

 

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Congratulations to Cate Brown,                            Our MC (The Pastor of Disaster) threatened to body slam Mr. Martin
 our top overall fundraiser!                                                           if the goal wasn't achieved!

 

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                                   Students were SO EXCITED to hear they achieved their goal!

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10-IMG 0450                                                                       Students won a chance to co-host the morning news!

 

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Kindergarten Pizza Party Winners                                                        First Grade Pizza Party Winners

 

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Second Grade Pizza Party Winners                                                          Third Grade Pizza Party Winners

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Fourth Grade Pizza Party Winners                                                        Fifth Grade Pizza Party Winners

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                                                                                          Top Lap Earners

  

 
Kindergarten Literacy Night!
 
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The Kindergarten team hosted a Literacy Night on October 1st to provide parents with information about what literacy looks like in Kindergarten.  The night began with students performing the Phonics Dance, a sequence of songs that students perform daily in the classroom to help learn alphabet and familiar digraph sounds.  Next the students moved into their classrooms to work on an activity, while parents learned about the Reading Workshop. The night culminated with parents and students working together to create bookmarks to use for home reading and a visit from Mrs. Shannon from the Oldham County Public Library.   Thank you to all the parents who attended to hear more about what literacy instruction looks like for your student and how you can help at home!
 
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Students perform the "phonics dance" for parents
 

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