Students have been learning about ecosystems and animals in classes. Today, Game and Fish came to East End Intermediate School to teach students about alligators. Students were able to see and touch a baby alligator. Thank you, Game and Fish, for coming and teaching us about this protected species.
We enjoyed seeing so many of our grandparents this morning at our Grandparent's Day Breakfast. Thank you to our Saline County officers who assisted with traffic and parking, Chartwells for preparing and serving a fantastic breakfast, and all of our staff that jumped in and assisted to ensure everything went smoothly. We enjoyed seeing so many smiling faces in our building.
We have a busy week ahead at East End Intermediate! Please click the link below to check out what is coming up. https://www.smore.com/ek0tr
We're so excited to see our EEI grandparents on Monday, September 18th! Parents, please pass the information along to grandparents concerning arrival and parking.
East End Intermediate wants to give a big thank you to Larry's Pizza and Stanley Sanitation! In August, Larry's Pizza provided our teachers and staff with pizza for lunch. Today, Stanley Sanitation provided our teachers and staff with donuts for breakfast. We love our local businesses and appreciate their support of our faculty and school!
Mrs. Avant's 4th grade students, at East End Intermediate, examined glaciers (ice water balloons) to learn how salt affects the ice. Mrs. Avant's science classes are learning about weathering, erosion, and deposition.
The following students were elected to serve on the 2023-2024 student council at East End Intermediate. We are so proud of all the students who applied and can’t wait to see what these students do!
Mrs. Hardin's class enjoyed having Mrs. McConkie (Mrs. Hardin's former 6th-grade teacher) come speak to them about the art and history behind Labor Day. They learned about a painting called "Builders" by Jacob Lawrence, sang and danced to a song about railroad workers, and created their own masterpieces using Jacob Lawrence's trichromatic method. She sparked some amazing creativity!
Ms. Burris held a Pass the Clap competition with all homerooms during music class at EEI. Mrs. Whitehead's homeroom won with a 2.35 second time. Great teamwork!
Another great week at East End Intermediate School! Next week students will be taking NWEA Map Growth Tests. Please check out the newsletter linked below to see what else is happening at EEI. https://www.smore.com/kyre0
Reminder: East End Intermediate is hosting a Grandparent's Day breakfast on Monday, September 18th from 8:30-9:30. Tickets will be sold online through Sunday, September 10th. Adult tickets are $8 and student tickets are $5. We look forward to seeing you then! bit.ly/3Z70SGr
East End Intermediate is excited to host a Grandparent's Day breakfast on Monday, September 18th from 8:30-9:30. Tickets will be sold online through Sunday, September 10th. Adult tickets are $8 and student tickets are $5. bit.ly/3Z70SGr
Another great week of school at East End Intermediate! Please click the link to check out what's going on next week. https://www.smore.com/97qwpc
Last week at East End Intermediate, Mrs. Hardin’s 3rd-grade class used the game 2 Truths and a Fib to review what they've learned about fiction and informational texts. Students worked in groups to give characteristics of each and had the class guess the “fib” for their type of text.
We've had a great second week of school! Check out what is happening at EEI next week. https://www.smore.com/z78y4
Mrs. Avant's 4th-grade students at EEI enjoyed a team-building activity while getting to know one another.
Students at EEI follow the Yellowjacket Way - Be Respectful, Responsible, and Ready. We want to say a big thank you to our first students to earn a Certificate of Appreciation for following the Yellowjacket Way. Way to go, keep being a good role model for your peers!
We had a fantastic first week of school at EEI! Click the link below to view our parent newsletter for next week. https://www.smore.com/2n63q
5th-grade EEI students, in Mrs. Easley's class, went over the Yellowjacket Way on Tuesday. They got in groups to talk about what it looks like to be respectful, responsible, and ready!
Fourth-grade students in Mrs. Potter's class read Math Curse and discussed ways that they use math every day. Some of them were really surprised at how much math they actually use or think about each day!