Oxbow's Baffling Bill assembly was an amazing time! Thank you to the OPC for providing our students with this great experience.
Check our Mathletes playing Par 55 this morning. They are practicing attribute recognition and comparisons, addition, networks, and hypothesizing and experimentation.
Starting our Monday off with some Kings & Quadraphages to strengthen our problem solving, spatial reasoning and logical, observation skills.
Second session of Mathletes started this morning. Anthony and Lucas decided to challenge themselves (and Ms. Nicole) by both playing against her at the same time. Still time to register for this round of Mathletes. Come join the fun!
Even Hoot got in on the Halloween fun today! Hoot looks "bootastic" in his costume! =)
Happy Halloween from Oxbow Elementary!
Happy Halloween from Oxbow! Get lots of candy tonight and be safe!
Halloween at Oxbow is always a Spooktacular day!
Oxbow started the day Halloween ready!
Just a few pumpkins in the pumpkin patch! 🙂
Please check out this great opportunity!
Shout out to our Owls for exhibiting and leading with P2 character traits for the month of October! Our character board is full. Way to go!
Mrs. Stackpoole's 2nd graders drew Pigeons with Mo Williems, as part of their P2 creativity lesson. Way to go Owls!
Free choice for Division 3 this morning's Mathletes. After playing a round of Queens and Guards together, they each decided they wanted to challenge Ms. Nicole to a different game AT THE SAME TIME! Anthony chose Juggle and Sammie chose Contig 60. They're excited for another round of Mathletes to start next Friday and hope more friends will join!
Way to represent Owls! Go 2023 Broncos!
JK practicing their reading!
Ms. LaPratt and Mr. Marquis, two of the district's great music teachers, have invited the Missoula Children's Theatre to HVS for a week in November to do a show with some of our HVS elementary kids. Please see flier for more info.
Oxbow Mathletes are going strong playing Kwatro-Sinko this morning. As they try to make a line whose algebraic equation results in a total of 4 or 5, they are working on addition, subtraction, even and odd numbers, networks and observational skills.