• This Week’s Fox Hill K Book
  • This Week’s Fox Hill 1st Grade Book
  • When Teachers Join In
  • CS4All: Computer Science Education Week
  • One School, Many Cultures-Fox Hill Family Holiday Traditions Maker Day Event!

This Week’s Fox Hill K Book

This week’s Fox Hill K book is You Will Be My Friend by Peter Brown. Let’s Raise Readers! Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come – Nancy Carlson Stop Snoring, Bernard – Zachariah OHora Last Stop on Market Street – Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson Carla’s Sandwich – Debbie Herman and Sheila Bailey It’s Only Stanley – Jon Agee Larf – Ashley Spires Twenty Yawns – Jane Smiley and…

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This Week’s Fox Hill 1st Grade Book

This week’s Fox Hill 1st grade book is The Night Gardener by The Fan Brothers. Let’s Raise Readers! Wolfie the Bunny – Ame Dyckman and Zachariah OHora The Curious Garden – Peter Brown Library Lion – Michelle Knudsen and Kevin Hawkes William and the Missing Masterpiece – Helen Hancocks Even Monsters Need Haircuts – Matthew McElligott Read the Book, Lemmings! – Ame Dyckman and Zachariah OHora Mother Bruce – Ryan…

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When Teachers Join In

  There are may aspects of instructional coaching that make my job one of the best I could ever imagine.  That moment when a student “gets it” and their eyes light up.  Collaborating with teachers to select what content, skills, and strategies will work best in their classroom.  And then doing it again the next year because every group of students presents new and different opportunities and challenges. Working with…

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CS4All: Computer Science Education Week

In honor of global Computer Science Education Week, faculty and students engaged in a host of interactive activities today. During the Common Planning Period teachers discussed with Superintendent Eric Conti the school’s vision for CS4All and participated in a fun “coding a cookie” activity organized by Computer Science Teacher Shereen Tyrell. A focus on computer science in education means enabling students to engage in computational thinking, problem-solving, creative and critical thinking, collaboration,…

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One School, Many Cultures-Fox Hill Family Holiday Traditions Maker Day Event!

Mr. Murphy and I are excited to announce we will be hosting our first Family Holiday Traditions Around the World Maker Day Event at the Fox Hill Learning Commons the week of December 18th through December 22nd from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The purpose of the event is to give students the opportunity to create either a digital or analog artifact which represents the holidays, customs, and traditions of…

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This Week’s Fox Hill 1st Grade Book

This week’s Fox Hill 1st grade book is Mr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown. Let’s Raise Readers! Wolfie the Bunny – Ame Dyckman and Zachariah OHora The Curious Garden – Peter Brown Library Lion – Michelle Knudsen and Kevin Hawkes William and the Missing Masterpiece – Helen Hancocks Even Monsters Need Haircuts – Matthew McElligott Read the Book, Lemmings! – Ame Dyckman and Zachariah OHora Mother Bruce – Ryan…

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This Week’s Fox Hill K Book

This week’s Fox Hill K book is Even Aliens Need Snacks by Matthew McElligott. Let’s Raise Readers! Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come – Nancy Carlson Stop Snoring, Bernard – Zachariah OHora Last Stop on Market Street – Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson Carla’s Sandwich – Debbie Herman and Sheila Bailey It’s Only Stanley – Jon Agee Larf – Ashley Spires Twenty Yawns – Jane Smiley and Lauren…

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Pine Glen Fall Scholastic Book Fair

An amazing selection of books will be in our library/ learning commons on December 11th-14th! The book fair is a great way to get everyone excited about reading. Gift wrapping will be provided for books that are gifts. All proceeds go to the library/ learning commons as well as towards classroom magazines. Below is the schedule that includes the date and time child will be able to purchase books. You…

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Seesaw Spotlight: Fox Hill Grade 5

Mr. Murphy and I are excited to shine this week’s Seesaw Spotlight on fifth grade teachers Mr. Raymond and Mrs. Lee and their ELA stduents. Several days ago, Mrs. Lee visited Mr. Murphy and I in the Learning Commons and exclaimed with excitement, “I just uploaded an iMovie to Seesaw all by myself!” Why is this so significant? Well, it underscores the intuitiveness of Seesaw, how it seamlessly integrates with…

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