In science, second graders at Johnson are learning about reversible and irreversible changes in matter caused by heating and cooling. They enjoyed watching eggs, flour, and marshmallows change. Most of all, they enjoyed eating the pancakes!
Don't forget to keep track of your child's reading this month on their Reading Bingo sheet. Each week that they get a bingo, they can bring the sheet to Mrs. C. and claim a prize for that week. And the classroom with the most bingos at the end of the month gets a special ice cream party from the PTA!
It's National School Social Work Week, and at HVS, we have some of the best. These professionals help students deal with mental health and behavioral challenges and provide academic and classroom support. They also help in developing education policies and work with teams to support crisis interventions. Thank you, HVS social workers! #HVSProud
Some of Ms. McPherson's kindergarteners enjoy putting puzzles together during their library time.
Recently the Milford Cinemas have partnered with the elementary schools in HVS to rewards students for showing creativity and/or leadership with a "golden ticket." This entitles the student two movie passes, two popcorns, and two soft drinks (so they can take a guest) at their cinema. At Johnson, we award student PRIDE tickets for showing acts of Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Dependability, and Empathy. When they earn a PRIDE ticket they receive a PRIDE pencil and have their ticket added to our a drawing for either a pizza party with the principal or the movie tickets. Congratulations to this month's winners, Madelyn Best and Maxwell Walsh.
Mrs. Chynoweth has a lot of fun things coming up for March is Reading Month, including One School, One Book. Look for information regarding our One School, One Book to be sent home, including a reading schedule, daily trivia questions, and a copy of The One and Only Ivan.
For the Kid's Heart Challenge, Mr. Browne said if our goal of $13,000 was met, he would dye his hair red. Our Johnson Jaguars exceeded that goal, and raised over $15,700 for the American Heart Association. Today, Mr. Browne dyed his hair red in front of the entire school!
We're sending a great big 'Thank You!' to all HVS bus drivers and transportation staff today. Not only do they travel a combined 7,000 miles every day to get our students safely to and from school, field trips and sporting events, they also go above and beyond to support HVS families with their Angel Tree project every year. #HVSProud
Enjoy your long weekend. Mid-Winter Break is February 21 and 22.
All Huron Valley Schools are closed tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 18, due to weather and road conditions. School resumes Wednesday, Feb. 23, after winter break. Enjoy your snow day!
Throwback Thursday from October 2021 when we had the Kona Ice Truck out to celebrate reaching our Fun Run goal.
More pictures from Saturday's Kid's Heart Challenge. Johnson Jaguars spent the morning being heart healthy and having fun.
Johnson students raised over $15,000 for the Kid's Heart Challenge. Way to go Jaguars!
Don't forget, the Kid's Heart Challenge is tomorrow, Saturday February 12. Check-in begins at 8:30 AM at Milford High School.
Second graders in Mr. Mauller's Technology class enjoy coding for Ozobots.
Don't forget about the Kid's Heart Challenge this Saturday, February 12, at Milford High School. Check-in begins at 8:30. See you there!
All Huron Valley Schools will remain closed tomorrow Thursday, Feb. 3, due to weather and road conditions. Be safe and have fun!
No need to wear your PJs inside out or sleep with a spoon under your pillow. Due to the forecast of heavy snow, tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 2, is a snow day! Check your email for a letter from Dr. Salah and enjoy the day off!
Reminder that Friday, January 28, is a half day.