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
By Mikayla Stolle Have you ever just whispered what you need to the lunch ladies half a cafeteria away , and the lunch ladies seem to magically know what you said? I have, and it is amazing how they do it! It’s like they are a super hero trio, here to vanquish bad behavior, and … Continue reading Super Hero Lunch Ladies!
By Alex Raley The 2016-2017 Eagle Council has chosen members based on an essay kids wrote. If you are in a lower grade, it is a great idea to consider joining Eagle Council when you are in 4th or 5th grade. You also have to get a letter of recommendation from a non family member … Continue reading Eagle Council Has Been Established
By Brayden Rogers Some kids at our school would rather be outside than in class. Almost all day at Heritage, we have class after class. At Heritage, we offer P.E. twice a week for 45 minutes. Our P.E. teachers are very kind and they play fun games. So, if you are looking for someone to … Continue reading P.E. at Heritage Elementary
By Brayden Rogers If you have a stomach ache, head ache, or a scratch look no further. Here at Heritage Elementary we have a school nurse. Her office is right behind the front desk in the office. She will help you in any way she can to make you feel better, and she is very … Continue reading Heritage Elementry Has A School Nurse
By Addison Church and Annie Kate Foley Mrs. Jen has worked at Heritage Elementary School for almost seven years and she has helped our school in many different ways. She has been a very big part of our school, and now she is going to stay home to take care of her family. We interviewed … Continue reading Thank You Mrs. Jen McCoy