Seely Place News
Enjoy the fall edition of the Seely Signature Newsletter here.
The Edgemont Elementary PTA held the first ever Panthers’ Pay-it-Forward last week, uniting sixth graders from Greenville and Seely Place Elementary Schools to meet and mingle while packing meals for those in need.
First grade teacher Alexis Langer introduced her young students to the concept of engineering with a hands-on project that was a ton of fun for everyone.
Our fourth grade students participated in a hands-on learning activity with the Hudson River Clearwater team. The students had the chance to examine aquatic invertebrates and fish drawn from the estuary of the Hudson River.
Take a peek inside the classroom at Seely Place. So much learning, so many happy faces!
Our students were tasked with drawing a model of a bridge that would be able to stand at least 14 cm long and not touch the ground. The student then took their design and brought it to life with toothpicks, cups and marshmallows. The creativity in the class was outstanding!
Our fourth grade students built contraptions to keep an egg safe from a two story drop.