May 27th at 8:30-KSD Elementary Awards Program
5th Grade working on water cyles!
The elementary students visited the KSD green house to learn about reporting plants.
Happy Easter to our families!!
4th/5th grade students earned a Predicate Pizza Party this week. They have been working on identifying predicates in sentences, and classifying the predicates by type. To celebrate their hard work and mastery, their teachers threw them a pizza party! Way to go 4th/5th grade!
The Rock Cycle
The 4th and 5th grade science classes have been very busy! 5th grade science is currently learning about the rock cycle. 5th grade is currently learning about Producers, Consumers and Decomposers. We took a walk down to the creek on KSD property, and found different kinds of rocks. Saw a consumer, that 5th grade labeled an herbivore-a cute deer! We also saw a dead bird and although it was sad, students recognized that decomposers would soon come to clean up the body. A great day of learning for all!
KSD will be closed Feb. 3rd-4th due to expected weather. Families please stay warm and safe.
Miss Kentucky 2021 visits KSD!
Miss Kentucky read The Dairy Godmother by Viola Butler as part of our "I Love to Read Day"
Kappa Delta Gamma for our books for "I love to Read Day"
KSD’s elementary students are learning how to create Google Scenes. They are creating holiday scenes, outdoor scenes, and home scenes. We love Technology!
Trick or Treat
Our 4th grade science class is learning about Energy! We made catapults to show how we use our Kinetic energy to move objects. The kids had a great time!
We are learning about Matter in 5th grade science class. We made an orange drink and saw each state of Matter solid liquid and gas. The students liked the orange juice but did not care too much for it when they tried the orange drink with carbonation!
4th and 5th grade math students competed in a relay race, creating fact families for multiplication and division. They worked together as a team to create 2 division sentences, and 2 multiplication sentences, when given 3 numbers. Students (and teachers) had a lot of fun!