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Earth Science

Ms. Bolz's third and fourth grade class has been studying a two week long unit over Earth Science.  The students have learned different concepts that range from weathering, erosion, renewable/non-renewable resources, plate tectonics, and the theory of Pangea.  As always volcanoes are one of the most popular subjects students love to learn about.  The class was split into groups and given the materials necessary . . .

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Century Club Membership Grows

Our Century Club Membership has grown to 18 students!  To be a member of the Century Club a student must have earned 100 Accelerated Reader points.  Once a student has earned 100 points they are honored at the morning assembly with a Century Club t-shirt.  We are very proud of our Century Club members.  They are listed below by rank: Waterson, Jessca 225.1  Autry, Taylor . . .

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Transfer Applications Are Now Being Accepted

Parents interested in their students attending Grandview-Hopkins Elementary for the first time may apply by completing transfer application forms and returning them to the school office at 11676 FM 293, Groom, TX  79039.   2017-2018 New Student Transfer Application   2018-2019 New Student Transfer Application

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Contraction Surgery

First grade is back in the swing and things are going quickly.  If you didn't hear at home, we had some awesome doctors show up in our class.  They even performed surgery right here in our classroom with masks and gloves!  All of our contractions are fixed up and put back together!   Be on the watch for more excitement in the next few weeks.  First grade gets crazy after Christmas! . . .

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Christmas at the OK Corral

The students had such a great time in the old west performing “Christmas at the OK Corral”!  The songs were fun and lively, the characters were humorous and entertaining, and the audience was captivated and amused!  The best part was the lesson we learned from Bubble Gum Bart, the Candy Cane Kid, and the townspeople…that if we all talk about our differences and accept each other for who we are, we can . . .

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The Gift of Caroling

   Our students went to Pampa on the last day of school and sang Christmas carols at various locations, stores, banks, nursing homes and at the Pampa Senior Citizens.  (Click on the photo to see slide show.)

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1st Grade Learns Through Art

  October was a fun and busy month for first grade.  We worked on nouns: making them plural, possessive, and proper.  We also worked on composing and decomposing numbers.  Mrs. Story is a little obsessed with Halloween, so we did several art projects to go with our math and language.  We had to use what we learned to complete our art projects.  Be sure to ask your student what number they had to . . .

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Dancing in the Halls

Wear Red Day

October 26th was designated as "Wear Red Day" at our school.  Students celebrated being drug free by dancing in the halls!

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