What a wonderful Groundhog Day we had! We spent time making predictions to see whether or not the groundhog was going to see his shadow and learned all kinds of fun facts about them. We ended our fun with making a groundhog mask and parading inside our school!
Just some amaaaaaaazzzing poems by some amaaaazing students!!!!!
New Suffolk students are no strangers to working hard and working together!!!! Everyday, each student earns a chip for a job well done in math, science, and social studies with Mrs.Mauro. At the end if each week, the students count their chips and chart it.
We have been working really hard learning all about the water cycle and how it works. To "show what we know", we created water cycles in a bag. It is so much fun observing each day how much water has "evaporating!"
October 20th-October 24th was Step Back in History Week, celebrated through the Southold Historical Society. The 5th and 6th graders had a wonderful time visiting the oldest cemetery on Long Island and doing some really awesome grave rubbings. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders visited the old school house and practiced writing with a feather pen! Thank you again to the Southold Historical Society and our friends at Southold Elementary School for inviting us!
Students getting started with their grave rubbings.
October is "fire safety" month and our friends at the Cutchogue East School were so kind to invite us to join them for a fire safety demonstration. Thank you very much to the Cutchogue and Mattituck Fire Departments for taking the time out of your busy schedules to come and share your fire safety knowledge with us!!!!!