Students in Second Grade showed off their research and writing skills at the Polar Animal Museum. Students researched a polar animal and reported on their appearance,...
Students in third grade learned about Chinese New Year and when it is celebrated. Did you know the Chinese New Year follows the lunar calendar? Legend says that a monster...
On Tuesday, January 29, the fifth graders from LaPerche visited Gillette Stadium. We had a large group of amazing chaperones who joined the staff and students and they all...
During writing time in Miss Martino's third grade, students became the teachers! Given some sample work, students worked in teams to comment on and score different written responses. The students provided impressive critical feedback. Together, they came up with a list of criteria for level 4, 3, and 2 work. Now that students had a better understanding of the criteria, students were given the opportunity to improve an old written response about Ben Franklin! The results were outstanding! view image
Mrs. Hegarty’s second graders celebrated Dr Seuss’s birthday by reading his book Batholemew and the Oobleck and then investigating this mysterious substance called oobleck. Is it a solid? Is it a liquid? Ask your second grader? view image
During fitness week at LaPerche, students were challenged by the 5 levels of the box jump. Students had to jump with two feet and land fully on the box increasing from one level up to five. Students spotted each other while offering words of encouragement as classmates moved from level 1 to 5. Fitness is an important focus at LaPerche as we develop the whole child; mind and body! view image
Students lead the class everyday in Mrs. Friel's kindergarten class. When student lead, they demonstrate understanding of the routines and are role models for their classmates. Here students lead the fundations lesson, the weather song and write the daily math equation to match the question of the day. Students also become comfortable public speaking, an important life skill. view image