The following students from State Street Elementary School collected $100.00 to $275.00 for the American Heart Association, when they participated in the Jump Rope for Heart Fund Raiser in their gym class. We are proud to announce that State Street Elementary School raised$1,567.00 for the American Heart Association. In doing so, we also received $100.00 in much needed physical education equipment.
4P- Tyler Park,Jacee Serak, John Barnhart, 3H- Sofia Chickos,2S- Lily Park,Noah Sye,1C – Camden Mawhinney,Kaileigh Hamilton.
Congratulations and a BIG THANK YOU to all that participated!!!
State Street Elementary entered in the Beaver County Bar Association Law Day contest for 2013 with students from all public and private schools participating. There were both Bookmark and Essay competitions. First place for the essay contest was 6th Grader David Brock and Honorable Mention, Hannah Connolly. 5th grader Bryce Waychoff won third place in the Bookmark competition and Honorable Mentions were Haley Racioppo and Madysn Tusick. For 4th grade, John Barnhart placed with an Honorable Mention in the Bookmark competition.
What a fine representation from State Street. We are so proud of all of you!!!
On Friday February 8th, State Street Elementary School second grade students performed the world premiere of the musical Pennsylvania State Day.Mrs. Baney, the music teacher at State Street Elementary School, wrote and directed the musical for the second grade students!The performance included songs listing Pennsylvania state symbols, and took listeners around the state to the cities of Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and Philadelphia!Narrators shared historical facts and cultural practices within Pennsylvania.Congratulations second graders!
Congratulations to State Street Elementary for their outstanding showing at the Martin Luther King Jr. Oratorical Contest in Rochester. In each division, the students submitted a paper on a specific topic, and if it was chosen, read their speech at the semi-finals.
Eight students from the 5th and 6th grade were chosen as semi-finalists in this year's competition. Jaden Hubbard, Ryan Racioppo, and Jesse Verner were the semi-finalists in fifth grade. In sixth grade, the semi-finalists were: Jenna Head, Taylor Lindsey, Madison Perry, Taiyah Persi-Roberts, and Kasey Wagner.
In the fifth grade division, Jaden Hubbard won the first place award and $50. The fifth graders wrote papers and addressed the topic, "Who was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and why do we celebrate his birthday?"
We also did a fantastic job in the sixth grade division. These students answered the question, "What was Dr. King's Dream, and in what ways do you feel it has or has not become a reality?" Madison Perry was the first place finisher and earned a $75 prize, while Taylor Lindsey placed second and received $25.
All prize winners recited their speeches and received their prizes at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Banquet held at the Holiday Inn in Beaver Falls. Congratulations to all who participated. We are very proud of you!
Congratulations to Mrs. Stacey Brock, fifth grade at State Street Elementary, for receiving the "Teacher of Excellence" award on Sunday from the Martin Luther King Celebration Committee. She was honored with a Proclamation from the Pennsylvania Senate sponsored by Senator Elder Vogel Jr. and a Proclamation from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives sponsored by Representative Rob Matzie.
Due to the inclement weather we are expecting tomorrow evening, Friday Fun Night has been postponed and rescheduled for FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1st 6:30 to 8:30 pm. If you have already registered your child for Jan 25th and are still attending for Feb 1st – you do not need to re-register. For anyone that has registered for Jan 25th but cannot attend Feb. 1st – you will receive a full refund.