by Mattilyn Moyle & Adrian Crowner We interviewed a fourth grade math teacher, Mrs. Magee . We asked her questions and she told us answers to the best of her ability. We asked her what is her favorite part of being a fourth grade teacher. She responded, “Getting to work with the best teammates ever and … Continue reading Getting to Know: Mrs. Magee
by Addison Church I have recently noticed a lot of students at Heritage have been getting ice cream every day in the cafeteria at lunch. Although ice cream is a tasty treat, it is not the healthiest. Hope Pinckard recently said that it is just not healthy. Instead of ice cream, have some fruit or … Continue reading Healthy Habits
By McKenna Kaufman The Academic All Star award is for someone who is respectful, responsible, that shows teamwork, someone who is nice, and someone who works hard academically. Alexis Milani is Heritage Elementary’s 2017 Academic All Star. I interviewed her and here are the results. “Did you feel nervous when you where up there?” I … Continue reading Academic All Star Award
By Madison Burnett, McKenna Kaufman, and Andie Weaver We interviewed two third grade Eagle Pride winners, and asked them five questions about their accomplishment. How did you feel about winning it?” I liked it,” said Hope Hood. “I felt really good about winning,” said Cannon Spidle. Were you nervous going in front of the … Continue reading Eagle Pride for Third Graders
By Adrian Crowner and Diana Mendoza How do you think it feels to be a kindergarten teacher? Mrs. Wallace, Heritage’s new kindergarten teacher, knows. We interviewed her recently. She reports that she’s excited and proud to be a kindergarten teacher! She also loves how excited the students get when they learn something new!
By Mallory Baynes and Brylee Goldman She is awesome, decorative, and new! Fourth grade part time teacher, Ms. Trent! Mrs. Trent is a new fourth grade writing teacher who came to our school after winter break. Her room is located beside the office. We interviewed a student from Mrs. Millar’s 4th grade class who said Ms. Trent … Continue reading The New 4th Grade Teacher: Ms. Trent
By Addison Church Black History Month is a time we celebrate all the African Americans that have made a big change or difference in the world. For example, Rosa Parks was an African American who stood up for what she believed in, when I heard her story it made a little mark on me to … Continue reading Black History Month
Take the following survey to find out! You usually say the first thing that comes to your mind. A. all the time B. Never C. Sometimes You like being alone A.True B. False C .Sometimes You would consider running for class president. A. True B. False C. Sometimes Your friends consider you a great listener. … Continue reading Are you a introvert or an exrovert ?
By Andie Weaver, McKenna Kaufman, and Madison Burnett Have you ever wondered if your friend is a true friend? Well, now you will know. There are many ways to find that out. For example, how much does your friend know about you? If your friend knows some of your favorite things, they are probably just … Continue reading Is Your Friend a True Friend?
By Mattilyn Moyle Recently, I interviewed a fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Hamilton. I asked her questions and she answered. I asked her what does she like about fifth grade, she replied teaching math, the students, and the wonderful team of teachers. I also asked her, “What do you like about math and science?” She said … Continue reading Getting to Know: Mrs. Hamilton
Happy Birthday Mrs.Darnell! This is a very special shoutout to Mrs Darnell! She is a very special teacher, and she has worked at our school for six years since she was twenty-four and is now turning a special age- 30! She is an amazing teacher and does a lot for our school! Her Birthday is … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Mrs. Darnell
By Annie Kate Foley & Addison Church Have you ever thought about how fantastic our office staff is at HES! They do a lot for our school everyday. In the morning, they make sure you get to class and in the evening they make sure you go home safely. We interviewed them to understand their point … Continue reading Getting to Know: The HES Office Staff
By Fatima Gutierrez To be a hero at Heritage Elementary doesn’t mean that you have to fly or have super speed. To be a hero at HES means to to do the right thing even when no one’s looking. It means to be a leader. It means to be respectful, and the most important thing … Continue reading How to be a Hero at Heritage
By Addison Church and Annie Kate Foley Recently, we interviewed Madison Burnett, our fifth grade J.A. Biztown mayor, and asked her some questions. The first question we asked her was, “How does it feel being elected mayor?” She said, “It feels AMAZING!” Next, we asked her, “Was it scary in the election?” She said, “YES, … Continue reading Mayor of JA Biztown
By Brayden Rogers Could you imagine being the teacher for the day? The grading of the papers, telling kids to be quiet…is it madness? Well, I don’t know what it is like because I am not a teacher. However, I can ask other teachers and see if they like it. But first, I think it would … Continue reading What Is it Like to Be a Teacher?
By: Ava Grace Diplock Dolly Parton once said, ” I have always believed that charity begins at home.” She sure does stand by her word. You must be living under a rock if you haven’t heard about the fires in Gatlinburg, TN. Roughly 15,000 acres were burned in the scorching fires, 700 buildings were … Continue reading Gatlinburg Up In Flames! Dolly Parton Saves the Day!
¨I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction.The world will have a generation of idiots.¨-Albert Einstein ¨Be the change you want to see in the World.¨-Mahatma Gandhi ¨We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.¨- … Continue reading Quote Wall
By Jolee Oldham Fifth grade has been showing a lack of respect to the specials teachers. The teachers have made a rule for fifth grade in every specials class. The rules are based on strikes, the first strike is an email to your parents. The second strike is a phone call home. The third strike … Continue reading What Has Happened to 5th Grade Behavior?
By Addison Church & Annie Kate Foley Do you remember PreK and how much fun it was? Well, it’s not only fun, you learn a lot too! Where do you think you learned colors, shapes, and lots of other things? You aren’t born knowing that stuff. Here at Heritage Elementary our PreKers learn about many … Continue reading PreK
By Andie Weaver and Madison Burnett Ms. Dolan is a new first grade teacher in our school. We interviewed her and here are our results.” Ms. Dolan, how many schools have you taught at?” we asked her. “I have taught at three schools, not including Heritage,” she answered. “Stuart Burns, Ecole Publique Jean Albany, Ecole … Continue reading Ms. Dolan: The New Teacher