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Students clean up around Proctor

Students clean up around Proctor

Since Green Up day is tomorrow, May 7th, students went outside today to help clean up around the school and the community. Collecting trash both big and small, enjoying the nice spring weather, they worked diligently to help the Proctor community clean up garbage. Great work, students!

The ROAR Show!

The ROAR Show!

Yesterday, students at PrES welcomed Al, the Respect Guy, to the school to present the ROAR show. A fun, interactive presentation filled with magic tricks, laughter, and stories to portray the importance of respect and inclusivity. Al came all the way from Maui, Hawaii to help the students really learn […]

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A Busy Afternoon at Proctor Elementary

A Busy Afternoon at Proctor Elementary

Yesterday afternoon, many students were working on their reading skills. In Pre-K, students were listening to a story that was being read to them. In 3/4, students were working on their vowel sounds, specifically why we say “and sometimes Y”. In 4th grade, students were working on worksheets based on […]

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Living Wax Museum

Living Wax Museum

Yesterday, students in both Ms. Mullin’s and Ms. Elliott’s class created their own living wax museum to display to the rest of the school. Students dressed as different people whom they researched. From football players, to historical figures, to even musicians, students put a lot of work and effort into […]

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Leprechauns & Schoolwork

Leprechauns & Schoolwork

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Pre-K certainly had an eventful morning. Yesterday, they created traps in hopes they would be able to catch the leprechaun today; when they walked into the classroom this morning, the room had been turned over! Flabbergasted, the students checked their traps, only to find that the […]

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