Tuesday, March 28, 2017 1:25 PM
4-H Dollars and Cents
This year the 5th graders went on a feild trip to a 4-H camp called Dollars and Cents. Some of the 5th graders said they learned a lot about spending money and they all said they learned how to save money. Maybe in the 5th you can go visit the Dollars and Cents reality store.
Posted By Letitia Rudie at 1:25 PM
Monday, March 27, 2017 1:04 PM
In Camp Webb you do all sorts of fun activites. If you like swimming, fishing, archery, and learning about hunting safety then.Camp Webb is the place for you. This camp is in the summer and lasts for 4 days. The fee is $250 and they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Every night they show movies and hand out snacks. If you enjoy staying active then Camp Webb is the place for you.
Posted By Letitia Rudie at 1:04 PM
Thursday, March 16, 2017 2:29 AM
By Matthew J. and Elizabeth P.
This year the 5th grade went on a field trip to Wolfpen Woods Pioneer Village. Wolfpen Woods is a place where they educate students on how people lived in the old days. They also teach you about Native Americans and other cool things like the tools used by the blacksmith and the musician who played the fiddle.They explained to us how the log cabins were built and explained punishments given to people in the village and showed us how the punishments worked for the people who got in trouble. We enjoyed learning about social studies topics. You should really go check it out!
Posted By Letitia Rudie at 2:29 AM
Tuesday, March 14, 2017 4:00 PM
By Erin H. and Cayden B.
Snakes ALIVE is a program that will teach you all about reptillian creatures.Snakes ALIVE brought a geico, two bearded dragons, and an estimated amount of ten snakes.If you look on Class Dojo (if your child is in fourth grade),Mrs.Hale's class held a fifteen long snake!Also Mrs.Rudie spoke in the mic.
Posted By Letitia Rudie at 4:00 PM
Monday, January 9, 2017 1:50 PM
Congratulations you are a Bug student! So what is a Bug student you may ask? A Bug student is were you try you best to bring up grades. For example let's say that you have a C in your math class and in reading you have a B and you bring up that C to an A. You can't let any of your grades drop. If you have all A's on your report card you will be a SUPER BUG! If you are a Bug student you will get a certificate, a Bug pin and a free Chick-fill-A kid's meal! That's not all! You also get a chance to win a bug t-shirt or an mp3 player! Have fun bringing up those grades!
Posted By Letitia Rudie at 1:50 PM
Friday, December 16, 2016 3:56 PM
By: Hailey L. and Mohammed W.
Today was Leadership Day December 15, 2016. Leadership Day is where students can showcase what the Leader in Me program is to the visitors. There were many jobs that were assigned to the student leaders including tour guides and data notebook presenters.
The tour guides took the visitors around the school to see presentations from other student leaders. The data notebook presenters explained our data notebooks and what was inside, for example; homework, attendance data, and records of math, science, reading, and Accelerated Reader tests. The visitors had a great time at the Catlettsburg Elementary Leadership Day.
Posted By Letitia Rudie at 3:56 PM
Friday, December 16, 2016 1:40 PM
I decided to do my science project on gummy worms to test some ideas. I thought gummy worms would dissolve when put in a liquid so I chose five liquids to put my worms in; Mountain Dew, water, saltwater, and I put vinegar also with a touch of water. I thought the gummy worm in Mountain dew would dissolve the quickest. I filled five cups with my five liquids and put one gummy worm in each cup overnight. I made sure I labeled my cups so I wouldn't make any mistakes. The next morning, I got the worms out of the cups and recorded my results. To my suprise my gummy worms did not dissolve, they grew! Well some did, and some got really slimy and some barely did anything. The rest of them grew! I was very surprised that I won the science fair project! That was the best day of my life!
Posted By Letitia Rudie at 1:40 PM
Tuesday, November 15, 2016 3:39 AM
Catlettsburg Elementary had a Veteran's Day Program. First, each grade had a song or a poem to present to the Veteran's. We have a great music teacher, Mrs. Johnson, who planned our Veteran's Day Program. Mr Boblett, our safe schools coordinator, was our guest speaker. He too, was a Veteran that fought for our country. Our school choir sang America The Beautiful to end our Veteran's Day Program. Our school would like to thank all the great and brave Veteran's that fought for our country.
Posted By Letitia Rudie at 3:39 AM