A GREAT DAY TO WORK TOGETHER TO SHOW APPRECIATION AND AFFECTION TO OTHERS - VALENTINE'S DAY! THANK YOU MS. BADER AND CHARLIE FOR SHARING A READING EXPERIENCE WITH OUR 1ST GRADERS!
Fourth graders research the lives and influence of the Native Americans in Texas. They use handbooks, almanacs, biographies and databases such as Pebble Go Next to "get the facts."
MAGNETIC MARBLE RUN was added to the 1st Grade MAKER SPACE. Students observe a real life application of physics and then change the paths by tilting and moving the pieces.
Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Holidays to All! Some of the Library's Volunteers and Teen Teaching Buddies were able to stop by the library for photos the last week of school. Best Wishes to FTE's Staff, Families and Friends!
Bill Perryman presented the life of Benjamin Franklin to 5th graders. In 45 minutes he immersed students in the life of the printer, inventor and statesman. The goal was to inspire students to investigate their own historical figures.
AUSTIN READS ALOUD with BOOKSPRING: Linda Anthony, Mayor of Westlake Hills, visits Forest Trail Library to read WILD ABOUT BOOKS and THANK YOU, SARAH.
The winning pet is DOG in the dog-cat mock election! The students were really proud to be voting citizens.