Nov 16 - Class News

Posted on 11/16/2018


Classroom News


1st Grade - International Space Station Simulation - During this week's Makerspace, with Mr. Dunbar, students worked together in several interactive centers, intended to simulate being on the Space Station.

1st grade makerspace     1st Grade Makerspace


2nd Grade - Pioneer Days - Second grade concluded their Westward Expansion Unit  by having a Pioneer Day celebration. The children dressed as pioneer children; participated in activities such as making butter, eating Johnny cakes, making corn husk dolls and cup and ball games.  They also preformed two reader's theater plays as well as participated in pioneer songs and square dancing.  The day ended with a chuckwagon lunch and stories by the campfire!!! 

2nd grade Pioneer Days     2nd grade Pioneer Days


6th Grade Roller Coasters6th Grade 
- Motion, Force and Energy!  Students designed and built roller coasters in Science.  Results were measured and analyzed.  


6th Ancient Greek Olympic Games6th Grade - Ancient Greece - Did you know that the Olympic Games first began as part of a religious festival in honor of Zeus, the king of the Greek gods?  Sixth graders have enjoyed learning about Ancient Greece and in their PE class they participated in some original Greek Olympic events such as;  javelin throw, discus throw, long jump, 50 yard dash, 100 yard dash, and wrestling.  Thank you Mrs. Best for an exciting day!


Middle School Art - Congratulations to Jaden Best and another student for being selected, by a vote of staff, to represent RMAE in the Youth Art Month Exhibit in the rotunda of the state capitol building. The YAM Exhibit will be on display from February 21 - March 7, culminating in a reception on March 7 from 4:00 - 5:00 PM. Thank you to all the students who made art for the contest. The exhibit was limited to two artworks per school so it was a difficult decision for staff. All of the art submitted was worthy.

MS Art Contest Winners     MS Art Contest Winners

More Exciting News!  Out of these two entries, Jaden Best's drawing was one of twelve selected to be displayed at the National Art Educator's Conference in Boston. There were a large number of of entries from schools across Colorado, so this is quite an honor.


Snowshoeing Elective - FINALLY, WE HAD SNOW!!

MS Snowshoeing Elective

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