Through the Title I grant, both 5th grade classrooms recently received classroom sets of Chromebooks. The Chromebooks will be housed in the classrooms for use with various projects. 5th grade also takes the Illinois Science Assessment online . . .
Students in Ms. Thurston's 1st grade class made paper lanterns and celebrated Chinese New Year.
Elementary students created Musical Hearts in Mr. Mellott's music class. All the art work was created using only musical symbols.
Second grade collected hats, scarves, and gloves as a Christmas service project. The items were donated to First Mid Bank to be distributed to families in need.
Second graders has been spending the past couple weeks researching an animal of their choice. Now they are creating PowerPoints about their animals to present to the class. They are learning about informational texts, informational . . .
Mrs. Lindsay's Fifth graders have been studying how matter and energy move through ecosystems. They had a chance to demonstrate their knowledge by creating their own African food webs. It was a great hand-on learning . . .
The elementary physical education department recently received new equipment through a WomenConnected grant. Among the items, were mats for sit-up and push-up training/testing, medicine balls with lessons, and a balance set for the younger . . .
5th grade enjoyed a beautiful day at Lincoln Log Cabin on Wednesday, October 18. They visited Shiloh Cemetery to see the burial place of Lincoln's parents, and then traveled to the cabin. The students enjoyed the activities of . . .
Students at Neoga Elementary School have been collecting change to help Juan Seguin School in Houston, Texas. Juan Seguin was damaged by the floods caused by Hurricane Harvey. The students at NES raised $638.74 to help the . . .
In second grade we’ve been talking about matter and the different properties that matter can have. On Friday, we planned and tested different materials to find the best suitable material for a pillow. As a class we discussed the . . .
Mrs. Walk’s third grade class just finished a chapter in the new science book of the next generation science standards on how to think like an engineer. Students demonstrated their skills in response to engineering challenge projects.
It's been a great week at Neoga Elementary School. We watched the eclipse, met our new teachers, and practiced the expectations through out the building so we can be Responsible, Respectful, and Focused! Have a safe and . . .
This week in elementary physical education, Mrs. Letezia trained students on the Project Fit America equipment. Cup stacking, a perennial p.e.favorite was also among this week's activities.