Carnegie Picture Lab is getting geared up and excited for the 2015-2016 school year!
Every year three artists are carefully selected by the Curriculum Committee to provide a balanced art enrichment experience. Over the course of six years, no artist is repeated – giving children in the program a broad range of art education through their K – 5 years. A Picture Lab presenter visits each classroom in each participating school three times over the course of the school year.
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PTA AND YOU: The Prospect Point PTA is an amazing group of parent volunteers whose work and support of our school and its activities have provided students with a rich learning experience. We are always looking for new volunteers to help carry on the traditions of the past and help build new traditions for the future. If you are creative, enthusiastic and able to lend a helping hand, we NEED you! Our first PTA general meeting of the year is scheduled on Wednesday, September 16th in the Prospect Point Library beginning at 7:00 pm. There are many ways you can show your support for our school and PTA.
Here is the classroom supply lists for the 2015 - 2016 school year.
Learn More in this month's Principals Corner
The report includes a brief statement of the mission of the school, enrollment statistics, expenditures per student for the school year, student attendance and historical information on the school building and an invitation to all parents and citizens to participate in school activities. They also list district and building goals as well as highlights from the previous school year.
Visit the Walla Walla Public Schools website for information on Bullying Prevention, Reporting Procedures, School District Procedures, Safe Schools, Web use and Social Media Guidelines.
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Our Students will be using - My Math - this year, from McGraw Hill Education. Here are some links to help familiarize your family with this new resource.
Moby Max will deliver instruction and practice that is tailored to your child’s individual needs. Since Moby Max is a web-based service, your child can access it from your home computer at any time. Moby Max now includes both Math and Reading practice modules, and lots of fun games.
The Center for Game Science is supported by the UW Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Here are the games we have tried in the school computer lab
All these games are available free of charge. Give them a try!
Computer science develops students’ computational and critical thinking skills and shows them how to create, not simply use, new technologies. Here are links to resources our students have used.