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Kindergarten students got outside on a beautiful day to move their bodies, practice counting, and build relationships with their teacher! Students also get the opportunity to take mask breaks, and practice loco-motor movement!
Students in third grade physical education class are working on different locomotor skills such as running, skipping, galloping, and hopping with fitness relay races, while practicing and maintaining social distancing.
Mrs. Light's class has been discussing how to stay healthy. The students created their very own masked healthy hero to remind others to wear a mask.
6th-grade students started learning about Algebra this week by recording and graphing the number of jumping jacks a classmate could complete in 2 minutes. We have also been practicing completing assignments in Google Classroom and being familiar with online resources for remote learning!
Sixth grade is working on Planting Seeds in their Writer’s Notebooks. The assignment was to think about someone you admire. Write to explain the admirable qualities that this person has.
Mrs. Compton's 6th graders spent time exploring Google Slides and making All About Me slideshows to help their classmates learn more about them!
Mrs. Demmer's class did our interactive read aloud and response to reading in the great outdoors! We also did had a scavenger hunt and observed nature! Our favorite observation was three squirrels, who were very close to us, climbing trees!
Hamilton City School District is distributing Chromebooks to all K-12 students during the first week of school.
Hamilton High School is excited to showcase the talents of our student-athletes and event participants while following the mandatory requirements set forth by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health.
Please see the attached letter regarding the district’s initiative of issuing Chromebooks for all students in grades K-12 for the 2020-2021 school year.
Please read the letter written by Mr. Hopkins.
Here is the supply list for the 2020-2021 school year. There will be no communal supplies this year so it is important that your child has each item.
The Hamilton City School District would like to communicate an update regarding face coverings, classroom safety and transportation for the Fall of 2020.
Please click here for important parent communication. Haga clic aquí para una importante comunicación con los padres.
Crawford Woods 3rd Grade Teachers are excited about our online classroom! We have created a place for students to learn, explore and share. We can't wait to see how much our students enjoy all the new things we will be posting in the future!
Prior to the outbreak, on Fridays the fourth grade students in Dr. St. Laurent's class participate in a weekly STEM challenge.
Mrs. Meadows class is working on Kindergarten skills at home. Mrs.Meadows is uploading videos on Dojo for her students to watch.
3rd Grade students from Mrs. Schenk's class have been working very hard developing and building upon their skills in Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies through remote learning.
On Thursday, February 6th grades 3-6 had Intermediate Math Night. We had several 5th grade games that students played with their parents and family members! Fun was had by all!
Sixth Graders are working hard in the pod on dividing fractions.
6th grade students built edible soil samples using oreos, chocolate chips, graham crackers, and gummy worms to learn about the living and nonliving parts of soil and how soil is created.
January is job share month for the sixth graders at Crawford Woods library.
Amy Glaser, Crawford Woods School Psychologist, offers some insight to screen time and technology with young children.
This week Ms. Milders' students collaborated to correct paragraphs, used tiles and dry erase dots to solve addition and multiplication problems targeted at their level, read classic tales to determine an author's message, and got their very own books to take home as Valentine's Day presents!
Hamilton City School District Calendars 2019-2020 and 2020-2021
Here are this week's Caught With Paws-itive Character Winners!
Crawford Woods recently completed the first 20 weeks of Reading Recovery. A celebration was held for students completing this round to share their reading accomplishments.
Some first grade students practice their sight words using shaving cream and a board. Writing in the shaving cream is a messy and fun way to practice their sight words! Another great way to practice at home is by using table salt.
Kids reading and retelling The Ginger bread Man. We added the kids name and their teachers name to the story.
Resolution Opposing the State of Ohio EdChoice Scholarship (Voucher) Program was adopted at the regular board meeting at 7:00 on the 12th day of December.
4th graders used their measurement, perimeter and engineering skills to build turkey traps. #STEM
Do you know the FACTS about EdChoice and the impact on our public schools? Please take a moment to learn more.
Mrs. Roberts first grade Reading Recovery student, Leland, composes a written message in his reading journal
Mr. Cagle’s 4th grade class plays a competitive game of floor hockey.
The fourth grade classes has been having visits from the Cincinnati Museum Program on wheels.
5th Graders are building their own vocabulary and sharing it on the vocabulary streets at Crawford Woods (Figurative Language Freeway, Synonym Street, Antonym Alley, Suffix Square, Prefix Place, Greek and Latin Root Route).
Mrs. Robinson's 3rd grade Title I students at Crawford Woods Elementary School read and write new vocabulary through Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) lessons.
This is 6th grader Samiah Johnson's project that she created using a web-based DJing program called Soundation.
During Primary Literacy Night at Crawford Woods students created timelines based on Hamilton City’s history at the 3rd grade station.
Mrs. Demmer's students read about the re-opening of The National Children's Museum in Washington D.C.
Mrs. Brock and Mrs. Meadows class exploring Pumpkins.
Just a fraction of the fun we had in 5th grade this week!
This week in Miss Milders' class, students focused on multi-sensory ways to write sight words that don't follow standard spelling patterns.
Author, Zachariah Ohora, came to Crawford Woods to visit our first graders.
First graders in Mrs. Duris' room shared their math thinking on their desk!