Mr. Henry Arledge along with the Harrison County School Board recognizes Lizana Elementary for their Performance Rating.
Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Bingman have been implementing a two week unit of study on the story of the American flag. The Kindergarten students have learned that the American flag is a symbol for the United States of America and that the flag’s colors stand for different things. Betsy Ross even joined the class to discuss the similarities and differences between the first flag and today’s flag.
Understanding that the American flag can be used for different things, the Kindergarten students performed in a skit entitled, “The Stars and Stripes Speak Out.” After the skit, the class made an edible American flag using a pictorial recipe. The Kindergarten students used their experiences to create various thinking maps as a bridge to informative writing activities.
On September 25, 2013, Ms. Kelley's Kindergarten class celebrated Johnny Appleseed's birthday and the beginning of Fall with Apple Day. Wearing their Johnny Appleseed "hats" and with the help of several parents, the students participated in activities including apple tasting/graphing their favorite apple, making necklaces with Apple Jacks cereal and an experiment to discover if apples float or sink. (They float!!). The students ended Apple Day with an apple snack!!
Wild at Heart Animal Rescue
Ms. Farlow’s students learned about animals with hands on activities and observation discovery by the Wild at Heart. The students also donated items to support the organization.
Wild at Heart is a non profit wildlife rehabilitation organization that rescues, rehabilitates, and releases sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife back into the wild. All hours of the day and night they receive phone calls about wildlife animals in need. They also travel all over South Mississippi giving educational programs at local schools, girl scout troops, boy scout troops, library's, and home school groups. They are dedicated to helping animals in need and raising awareness about animal related issues.