Coding taught at the elementary school

During the month of December, all students in grades K-6 completed the Hour of Code. Computer science is a very important technology skill, it teaches logic, problem solving, and creativity. It will help prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow. In January, students in grades 3-6 started a coding course. Mrs. Parry would like to …

Blue-Bot Robots

Students in grades K-2 continued to learn about programming using Blue-Bot Robots. The children used the directional and sequence buttons on the back of the Blue-Bots to program them to move across the mat and solve a problem. The Robots excited the students to problem solve.

Experienced educator Joseph Natale to lead OESJ in the 2018-19 school year

The Board of Education has turned to an experienced educator to lead the Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville school district (OESJ) through the 2018-19 school year, kick start the capital project and help mentor the next superintendent. Dr. Joseph L. Natale has been named OESJ’s interim superintendent through June 30, 2019. He began June 11th and succeeds David Halloran, who …

A ‘sweet’ time had by all at a Night in Candy Land

The OESJ Class of 2021 hosted an event for all PreK-6th grade students and their families. The theme of the event was, “A Night in Candy Land.” Little ones danced the night away to music donated by Pure Entertainment with their special guests. The prince and princess of Candy Land were there spreading joy among …

Elementary Students Study Augmented Reality

Students in grades K-6 learned about Augmented Reality in Technology Class. Students used the QuiverVision app on iPads to make their two dimensional drawings spring from the paper. Grades K-2 have been learning about animals and colored animals. Grade 3 and 4 have been studying the seven continents and colored maps. Grade 5 discussed the …

FactMaster Zachary Young

Fifth Grader, Zachary Young is the second student at OESJ Elementary to ever complete the XtraMath program. XtraMath is an online program used to help students master their math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Zachary has mastered all his facts and was able to complete each fact in 1.5 seconds. Congratulations Zachary, our …

Kindergarten Turn Themselves into Caterpillars

In the library this week with Ms. Russo and Ms. Johnson, Kindergarten library classes read the classic Eric Carle book, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”. Students put together their own caterpillar costumes as a follow up activity to reading the book. They were very excited to turn themselves into caterpillars!

OESJ Elementary March Wolf Awards

The March Wolf Award recipients are: Kindergarten: Dylan Williams, Kahlan Crozier, Ryan Clifford 1st Grade: Magdalene Young, Kamryn VanValkenburgh, Penelope Clauson 2nd Grade: James Thomas, Brooke Foote, Kamirynn Guyer-Baker 3rd Grade: Rebecca Johnson, Kendall Christman 4th Grade: Karyn Castellano, Mira Norris, Jordan May 5th Grade: Andrea Manners, Maddison Simonds, Lily Johnson, Jahdia Austin 6th Grade: …

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