Mrs. Pease's and Mrs. Selhorst's first grade class looks into what an owl eats by dissecting an owl pellet. Animal studies sure is fun to learn about.
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Soar with the eagles this month. We are happy to highlight the following students who recieved their eagle way t-shirt.
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Congratulations to our Eagle Winner.
Demonstrating the Eagle Way. Ginger is the keeper of the Eagle for the week.
Welcome to this years Safety Patrol Members.
First Row: Mia, Emily, Emma, Adelaide, Adyson, Isabella, Kaydence, Brooke, in the second row Jack, Jameson,Jacob, Logan, Pierson, Colton, Landon, Ethan, Hayden and the last row Paul.
But where is Mr. Jordan?
Luckey Students visited a school pumpkin patch for Halloween fun. Pumpkins grown by Mrs. Berry and Mrs Brown. Every Student recieved a pumpkin.
Select a pumpkin with us..............
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For Red Ribbon Week, Luckey Elementary adopted the theme "Land right, no drugs in sight!" In keeping with this theme Mr. Ward, 4th grade teacher, brought in his drone and snapped some pictures high above the school. Students were lined up on the basketball court and spelled out Eagles!
The Luckey PTO is once again sponsoring a public testing center for Math Kangaroo in USA. This is a mathematics competition held every year in March for students in grades 1-12.
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Mrs Selhorst's students wearing the hats they made..ready to set sail...................
BGSU students trained in the Reading A-Z program work with students one on one.
Working with Luckey students two to three times a week.
Thank You BGSU.
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Locate books using call letters.....Learning fun with a plate of gourds and of course find the matching book. Yes you get to keep the gourd too!
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Join our Book Club:
Any student who loves books and is willing to participate in the discussion is welcome at Book Club. Friends and siblings from other schools are also welcome to join us. It is okay to have an adult read the story or to listen to an audio recording if the text is too challenging to read alone. Several copies of each month's book will be held at the Pemberville Library, but students are also welcome to purchase a copy. Book Club will meet in the Luckey Library at 3:45. A student who wishes to stay after school must submit a signed noted to the office. Parents must pick up their students by 4:45
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