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6 day(s) ago
After reading several versions of the story "Three Billy Goats Gruff" and learning about the letter G, Mrs. Gibbs' Kindergarten students were challenged to build a bridge for the Three Billy Goats Gruff so they didn't have to use the troll's bridge.

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6 day(s) ago
After reading several versions of the story "Three Billy Goats Gruff" and learning about the letter G, Mrs. Gibbs' Kindergarten students were challenged to build a bridge for the Three Billy Goats Gruff so they didn't have to use the troll's bridge. pic.twitter.com/8rM8Q2tjOd

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6 day(s) ago
After reading several versions of the story "Three Billy Goats Gruff" and learning about the letter G, Mrs. Gibbs' Kindergarten students were challenged to build a bridge for the Three Billy Goats Gruff so they didn't have to use the troll's bridge.

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7 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Middle School 7th grade science students were challenged to create a prototype "Protection Chamber". The device would protect fragile relief supplies for Dearborn County residents in the event of an emergency. Working in teams, students designed, built, tested, and modified their prototypes using an egg as their fragile cargo.

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7 day(s) ago
SDMS 7th grade science students were challenged to create a prototype "Protection Chamber" that would protect relief supplies for local residents in an emergency. In teams, students designed, built, tested, and modified their prototypes using an egg as their fragile cargo. pic.twitter.com/DelhmbQUkt

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7 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Middle School 7th grade science students were challenged to create a prototype "Protection Chamber". The device would protect fragile relief supplies for Dearborn County residents in the event of an emergency. Working in teams, students designed, built, tested, and modified their prototypes using an egg as their fragile cargo.

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8 day(s) ago
The SDCSC School Board Public Work Session will be live streamed via Facebook beginning at 6:30pm. ⠀ ⠀ Questions submitted in this Facebook group will not be answered. Please direct all questions to socialmedia@sdcsc.k12.in.us. ⠀ ⠀ The video will be live at 6:30pm on September 22, 2020. ⠀ ⠀ Sharable link: loom.ly/J_79ev8

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8 day(s) ago
After reading the story “The Storm”, Ms. Rogers' students completed a STEM activity called rain cloud in a jar. They learned about making observations and predictions as they predicted how many drops of food coloring it would take to cause it to “rain”.

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8 day(s) ago
The SDCSC School Board Public Work Session will be live streamed via Facebook beginning at 6:30pm. Questions submitted in this Facebook group will not be answered. Please direct all questions to socialmedia@sdcsc.k12.in.us. Sharable link: t.co/3LydV5URLP pic.twitter.com/twSApY0tHX

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8 day(s) ago
The SDCSC School Board Public Work Session will be live streamed via Facebook beginning at 6:30pm. Questions submitted in this Facebook group will not be answered. Please direct all questions to socialmedia@sdcsc.k12.in.us. The video will be live at 6:30pm on September 22, 2020. Sharable link: loom.ly/J_79ev8

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8 day(s) ago
After reading the story “The Storm”, Ms. Rogers' students completed a STEM activity called rain cloud in a jar. They learned about making observations and predictions as they predicted how many drops of food coloring it would take to cause it to “rain”.

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8 day(s) ago
After reading the story “The Storm”, Ms. Rogers' students completed a STEM activity called rain cloud in a jar. They learned about making observations and predictions as they predicted how many drops of food coloring it would take to cause it to “rain”. pic.twitter.com/u9r2JhDndu

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11 day(s) ago
Mrs. Hutton's 3rd grade students were challenged to create a game as a STEM project. The idea came from a story they read, "Roberto Clemente, Pride of the Pittsburgh Pirates", in which Roberto creates a game of baseball with a tree branch and soup cans.

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11 day(s) ago
Mrs. Hutton's 3rd grade students were challenged to create a game as a STEM project. The idea came from a story they read, "Roberto Clemente, Pride of the Pittsburgh Pirates", in which Roberto creates a game of baseball with a tree branch and soup cans. pic.twitter.com/bTjwwrAlIB

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12 day(s) ago
The current Aurora Elementary School 5th grade students traveled to Taylor Ball Fields last Friday to be a part of the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new playground. These students started their instrumental role in planning the playground when they were in 3rd grade with the help of their teachers Mrs. Hutton, Miss Schuman, Miss Curts, and Ms. Streitenberger. Thank you to all involved in helping these students see their project come to fruition including their 3rd grade teachers, former AES Principal Mary Bailey, Guinevere Emery, Nancy Turner, Mayor Mark Drury, and Derek Walker.

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13 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Community School Corporation is excited to announce the USDA approved an emergency waiver that will allow ALL students to receive free breakfast and lunch each day at no cost to the parent. See the linked document for additional information. ⠀ ⠀ loom.ly/M4147Nk

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13 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Community School Corporation is excited to announce the USDA approved an emergency waiver that will allow ALL students to receive free breakfast and lunch each day at no cost to the parent. See the linked document for more information.t.co/QYXEx2xOSw pic.twitter.com/BlxWSNJkqd

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13 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Community School Corporation is excited to announce the USDA approved an emergency waiver that will allow ALL students to receive free breakfast and lunch each day at no cost to the parent. See the linked document for additional information. loom.ly/M4147Nk

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