The Elkhart Elementary students that sold 15 or more items in the Big Kahauna Fundraiser were treated to a limo ride and a trip to Cici’s pizza for lunch.
The November students of the month made Thanksgiving turkeys out of toilet paper rolls. While eating their lunch they watched Tarzan 2.
The annual Pow-wow at Elkhart Elementary provided Head Start and Pre-K students a way to showcase their Indian shirts and headdresses that they had made for the program. They also entertained parents and grandparents with songs and dances. One of the highlights of the program was each student standing and sharing with the crowd the Indian name they had chosen for themselves. The Pow-wow closed with students singing a thank you song to parents and grandparents.
Harlee Paul is a 2nd grade student in Miss Edwards’ class. Harlee is a very responsible and sweet girl. She shows all students kindness. Miss Edwards says “ she can be trusted torun errands, stay on task, and help others when asked.” She is a straight A student, and a very kind hearted little girl. She is loved by her peers and Miss Edwards.