September 24th's “Beavercreek’s Best” features intervention specialist at Coy Middle School, Katie Rice. Continue reading to learn more about her! 🏫 NUMBER OF YEARS AT BEAVERCREEK CITY SCHOOLS: 13 years 🍓 WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST JOB: A corn and strawberry harvester for Suter Produce Farms. 📚 WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE AUTHOR OR BOOK: “The Nightingale” by Kristin Hannah 🏃♀️ WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE SCHOOL MEMORY FROM WHEN YOU WERE YOUNGER: My favorite school memory is from my senior year. I loved running cross country and I enjoyed seeing my team do well at meets across the state. 🐘 FONDEST MEMORY IN YOUR CURRENT POSITION: One of my most memorable moments in my current position was meeting up this fall with a past student athlete and his mom at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and spending the whole afternoon catching up. It's so rewarding to see your former middle school students grow into successful young adults! 🧡 WHAT PIECE OF ADVICE OR ENCOURAGEMENT WOULD YOU SHARE WITH ALL STUDENTS IN OUR DISTRICT: "Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out." - Coach John Wooden Katie, thank you for all you do! We are grateful to have you! #BcreekSchools
🇺🇸 Second-grade students at Fairbrook Elementary created a flag with their handprints in honor of Constitution Day. Students also wrote what they can do to be good citizens. Awesome job! 👏 #BcreekSchools #ConstitutionDay
🟠 ⚫ Principal Sweet recently joined a friendly game of periodic table bingo in Mrs. Fifarek's science class at Ferguson Hall. It looks like an ICoNiC time! #BcreekSchools
👏 👏 Our students are always going the distance! Trebein Elementary students helped the PTO exceed their fundraising goal in this #TBT from 2015 and had an amazing Fun Run! 🏃♀️ 🏃♂️#BcreekSchools
🧽 💧 Mrs. Zimmerman and Mrs. Powell students at the Preschool Center recently worked together to find out how much water sponges hold. Each student picked a sponge, predicted how much water their sponge would hold and recorded the data into charts. The class was able to compare the amounts of water that each sponge could hold. It looks like these future scientists SOAKED up quite a bit of new knowledge with this fun science experiment! 👩🔬 👨🔬 #BcreekSchools
“Explore. Dream Discover.” - Unknown 🚀 🔭 Today’s #MotivationalMonday features Mr. Streiff’s fifth-grade science class at Fairbrook Elementary! These future explorers answer questions about what it means to be an explorer, how to be an explorer in class and how to continue to explore beyond fifth-grade. They are even pictured in NASA space suits in the hallway along with their classroom mascot Commander Fox. 👩🚀 👨🚀 Each day they enter the door with the classroom motto, "Future Space Explorers Enter Here" displayed to remind them of the new discoveries that await. It looks like the sky is the limit for these students! #BcreekSchools
For the week of September 17, our “Beavercreek’s Best” features Sarah Johnson. Continue reading to learn more about her! 👇 🏠 Hometown: Beavercreek, Ohio 🏫 Role: Third-grade teacher at Shaw Elementary 📅 How long I’ve worked for Beavercreek City Schools: 3 years 😀 What you may not know about me: I ran a half marathon when I was 15 years old. 🏃♀️ 🧡 When I am not busy supporting our wonderful students, I like to read, exercise and spend time with my family. 📚 🖤 I love Beavercreek City Schools because...everyone has the same common goal - to help students succeed. Thank you, Sarah! Our district is lucky to have you! #BcreekSchools
School supply lists are NOW available! Visit the link next to the building your student will be attending this upcoming school year. ✏️ Ankeney Middle School ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/32ksjbx7 📗 Coy Middle School ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/57uz4v2u 📐 Fairbook Elementary ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/su6wn6 📙 Main Elementary ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/fcd3h64f 🖍️ Parkwood Elementary ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/4vbn2e7d 📘 Shaw Elementary ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/t5dyyk3e ✂️ Trebein Elementary ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/59rk9unh 📕 Valley Elementary ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/rnm74429 Ferguson Hall and Beavercreek High School students do not have specific supply lists. Students attending these buildings will learn of any school supply needs on the first day of school.
This week’s “Beavercreek’s Best” features Angela Creech. Continue reading to learn more about her! 👇 🏠 Hometown: I was born in Middlesborough, Kentucky but have lived in Dayton, Ohio since I was 5 years old. 🏫 Role: Business teacher at Beavercreek High School 📅 How long I’ve worked for Beavercreek City Schools: 38 years 😀 What you may not know about me: I come from a very musical family. Would you believe the first instrument I learned to play was the accordion?! 🎶 🧡 When I am not busy supporting our wonderful students, I love to: travel, practice photography, sing, act on stage and spend time with my sister, Lisa. I also love to attend Beavercreek activities, support my students and am very involved with my church. 🧳 📷 🎤 🖤 I love Beavercreek City Schools because...it is a great place to work. The staff and the students are wonderful. I am proud to be part of Beavercreek, and I really love what I do! Thank you, Angela! We appreciate all you do! #BcreekSchools
Beep beep! Make way for another #TBT! This memory is from 2017 when seven Beavercreek bus drivers competed in the West Region School Bus Rodeo! What a wonderful reminder that our drivers always go the distance for our students! 🚌 #BcreekSchools
Last month, fourth-grade students at Fairbrook Elementary received a visit from one of the owners of Jubie's Creamery. She spoke about entrepreneurship and owning an ice cream shop. Students received an assignment to make their own ice cream flavor and one flavor, BOOM SHACKA LACKA, debuted for a limited time! The delicious flavor quickly sold out. What a legen-DAIRY idea!
On the last day of school, Fairbrook Elementary fifth-grade students walked the hallways one final time and the entire building applauded the class of 2028 to wish them the best of luck in middle school. Parents greeted their students outside and joined in on the celebration.
Fifth-grade students at Main Elementary had a fun end to the school year. From field day to fun fest outdoor activities to a graduation clap-out walk, students made some great memories during their final days of elementary school!
Here's your weekly reminder to keep moving forward!
Does this memory ring a bell? 🔔 This #TBT features our Parkwood Handbell Choir performing for our Board of Education during the 2016-2017 school year!
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