Prior to our visit, we used this experience to learn about our executive branch of government and the roles of the Governor and First Lady. The students learned about the history of the State House and were very excited to see first-hand what we had talked about in the classroom. They found the stained glass dome of the rotunda, made in 1888, very beautiful and an incredible sight to see! We couldn’t leave without taking a picture on the steps outside the State House to capture the moment.
After an exciting morning we could not wait for lunch! We stopped at Steak ‘N Shake in Martinsville and had a delicious meal. The staff at the restaurant was very complimentary of our students’ manners and behavior.
This trip was truly an unforgettable experience for all of us!
One of the advantages of the new Harmony 3 Family Access is that it allows parents and students to have separate accounts with their own user names and passwords to access information as well as set notifications. Because the accounts are separate, students will not be able to make changes to any of the settings made by parents.
In the new program you will be able to add all your students into one login and to see the following:
The new site link is:
The link is also posted on the corporation as well as each building website.
We hope you enjoy the features of the new site.
Thank you to the men and women who have laid their lives on the line to make The United States of America the great country that it is today. Our freedom would not be what it is today without your sacrifices.
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Submitted by: Mrs. Ware
Students and staff recently attended a convocation from Jim “Basketball” Jones entitled, “Three Pointers for Life.” While Jim put on a great show with some amazing basketball skills, there was a deeper message he was able to deliver. Jim worked alongside the students and staff to explore the values of making good choices, respecting others, being responsible, and being safe. Students were encouraged to “own their effort.” This means they can have pride in their school and themselves, encourage others, and think before they act. Students and staff walked away with the ABCs of his presentation: Apply Kindness, Be Yourself, and Challenge Yourself. The students and staff had a great time singing, dancing, participating in some amazing basketball tricks, and most importantly, learning some great lifeskills along the way.
A special shout-out to Nicholas Latimer, Haylie Shoemaker, and Kenzie Jacobs for doing an awesome job on their shutterbooks!
Submitted by Mrs. Watkin - grade 3
SES believes it is important to celebrate the successes of our students and staff. Activities like this allow the students to see the great work they are doing, but also have a little fun along the way!ate the successes of our students and staff. Activities like this allow the students to see the great work they are doing, but also have a little fun along the way!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
from Stinesville Elementary School!
Sinesville Elemetary students and staff collected 3.068 pounds of food for Hoosier Hill Food Bank. The Food Drive began on November 3 and ran through November 14. WOW!!! What a great job! Lucky's winner (gradesK-2) was Mrs. Butler's Kindergarten Class and Lucky Jr. (grades 3,4, & 5) to Mrs. Ferguson's Class. Thanks to all the students and their families for making this a great success and a wonderful way to help other.
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