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Congratulations to the Seussical Cast, Crew, and Directors for a fabulous performance!!  Congratulations to the Band for an outstanding Spring Concert  8th Grade Bake Sale, Wednesday, May 25th

Enrolling now for the 2016-17 school year

Track team off to a great start!

Prayer Partners team up for Meals on Wheels service project

25th Anniversary of the Musical May 18, 19 and 20

Track Team off to Great Start

Upcoming Events

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Date: 5/30/2016
Memorial Day Remembrance - 12:20 in Church
Date: 5/31/2016
Pre-K Graduation-In The Gym 9:15 A.M.
Date: 6/1/2016
Grades 6,7,8 Field Trips
Date: 6/3/2016

Steaming Ahead

SPS will be launching our new STEAM Lab for the 2016-2017 school year.  The goal of the lab is to create an environment of hands on learning, creativity and collaboration in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.   Designed for grades K-8, the lab will include a library of resources that will engage our young learners and encourage exploration, experimentation and innovation. SPS is thinking well into the future as we prepare our students for a global community and an ever changing world.

To ensure a successful roll out this fall, teachers have been planning, training and working with students in the classroom as a team of early adopters.  The first generation STEAM Lab items have been received with excitement and enthusiasm by teachers and students alike. We encourage you to view the items currently being used by SPS students on the websites below:

Hummingbird Robotics:
From Carnegie Mellon’s CREATE lab, Hummingbird combines engineering and robotics with arts and crafts to engage a team of DIY creators to invent, rather than only use, technology.

The Finch:
A robot designed for computer science education by Carnegie Mellon’s CREATE lab, The Finch is an introduction to the art of programming.

littleBits Electronics for Education:
Snapped together with magnets, littleBits electronic building blocks enable students to create and invent smart devices (including remote controlled cars)!

This kit allows young inventors to take everyday objects (including food) and turn them into working touchpads for their computer.  It encourages students to be imaginative and creative with art and engineering!

Bee Bots:
Designed for younger children, Bee-Bot is a colorful robot used for the interactive teaching of sequencing, estimation, problem solving and more!

Stay tuned for STEAM Lab updates throughout the 2016-2017 school year! 

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