Rea View Elementary School

Dr. Cindy Croffut, Principal

School Updates

  • Students at Wake Up to Ag DayThird grade students took a recent field trip to Wake Up to Agriculture Day, a unique experience that highlights the importance of agriculture in Union County and North Carolina.  Students connected with agriculture in many ways to learn about farming and other agricultural related topics.  They were introduced to a variety of animals as they learned about body systems.  They investigated plants and soil and learned about the interactions of living organisms in an ecosystem.  They were also introduced to agricultural machinery as they learned concepts related to force and motion.  This unique experience gave our third graders an opportunity to be immersed in aspects of agriculture they may not have seen or thought about before.

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  • Students and AIG projectsIn a display of student innovation and personalization, students in Mrs. Dascenzo's class have brought their passion for math to life through projects. Embracing the principles of student voice and choice, learners have explored diverse mathematical concepts, unleashing their creativity in the process. From designing intricate geometric patterns to analyzing sports statistics, each project was a testament to the unique interests and talents of the individual students.

    Students honed essential skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration. Students had an opportunity to provide feedback to their peers which offered a platform to share their insights, reflections, and constructive criticism with their peers while offering thoughtful suggestions for improvement.

     

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  • Student's projectOur third graders have turned into zoologists this past month! Our recent CKLA reading unit, Animal Classifications, has allowed students to be zoologists and learn about how animals are classified. Our recent project was picking out an animal and researching the chosen animal's habitat, life cycle, diet, and classification. Students then turned their findings into a poster to represent all their hard work. All in all, we had a spectacular time being zoologists!

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