Featured image of article: Serving Temple’s Senior Residents

Temple Elementary School has a long-standing tradition of providing a Thanksgiving Feast for the senior residents of Temple, NH. Because of the pandemic, we have been unable to hold this tradition for the past two years.

With the help of Temple’s Recreation Department and Temple Elementary’s Parent-Teacher Team, we decided to serve the senior residents in a different way.

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Featured image of article: 4th Grade Flag Duty

Fourth-grade students are taught how to raise and lower the American flag.

Each day, under adult supervision the fourth-grade students take turns raising and lowering the American flag. They are taught to honor the American flag by handling it with respect and not letting it touch the ground. The students are also taught how to fold the flag when they bring it in at the end of the day.

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Featured image of article: Reading Fluency

Mrs. Guathier’s 4th-grade students have been practicing their reading fluency.

The students enjoy working together and helping each other. One student will read while the other student runs a timer.

Practice, practice, practice makes better!

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Featured image of article: Senses for Learning

Mrs. Woods’ Kindergarten class practiced using their senses during outdoor learning.

The students then had the opportunity to fingerprint about what they learned. We have some fantastic artists.

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Featured image of article: Blood Drive

Temple Elementary School is hosting a Blood Drive on Thursday, November 4, 2021

Please call or go online to make an appointment. Your donation is very important.

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Featured image of article: American Symbols

Student at Temple Elementary School are learning about American symbols.

The students have been working very hard on this project. They have been drawing American symbols, like this beautiful Bald Eagle. They will then write some facts about their illustration. Once they have completed this process for each symbol, the students will then put the pages together to create a booklet.

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Featured image of article: Flashlight Friday

Mrs. Bruns’ third graders are enjoying “Flashlight Friday” during D.E.A.R. time. 

D.E.A.R. stands for Drop Everything And Read. This is time in the daily schedule that is for students to do some independent, silent reading. Flashlight Friday is their reward for following the TES goals of being Caring, Respectful, Responsible and having Perseverance.

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Featured image of article: Let It Snow!

When winter gives you storm after storm…compare snowflakes.

Students in Mrs. Perreault’s class have been examining snowflakes during the recent storms. How are they different? How are they the same? Does the temperature change how they look? Science is so interesting, especially outdoors.

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Featured image of article: Halloween Story Walk

As part of Temple Elementary School’s Halloween festivities, the students were taken on a story walk featuring “The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything”, by Linda Williams, illustrated by Megan Lloyd.

Along the path, the students found the same items that were in the book; boot, pants, a shirt, gloves,

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Featured image of article: I  Pledge Allegiance…

Mrs Woods kindergarten and first grade students are reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.

At Temple, the students have been taking turns leading the Pledge over the PA system so we can participate as a whole school. We have some great student public speakers here at T.E.S.

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