Way to go Mrs. Lane!!
Mrs. Lane recently received a DonorsChoose Grant for her project "Wobbling While We Work".
You can read more about it here :https://www.donorschoose.org/project/wobbling-while-we-work/2304790/?challengeid=20811493
We can't wait to see this grant in action!!
Way to go Ms. McCoy!
She was recently recognized as the ORE Board Spotlight.
In her role as K-2 Curriculum Support, she is quick to share her time, resources and knowledge with the staff of ORE on a consistent basis. She also helps to ensure that all staff members are up to date with local and state standards as well as best practices for teaching. She continues to grow herself as an educator by remaining current with the latest instructional strategies by seeking professional development opportunities, engaging in self-directed learning, and participating in professional learning communities. She shares the best practices that she learns with others and helps to facilitate a school-wide environment in which everyone is invited and welcome to share.
Ms. McCoy does a phenomenal job engaging her students. She works responsively with her students and tailors her instruction to meet their learning needs. She constantly searches for ways to reach the needs of all of our learners.
We are so glad you are part of the ORE family!!
Let's give a shoutout to 6 of our awesome student leaders! These 6 superstars served on a panel to share their ORE experiences with the Board of Education.
It takes a lot of courage to speak to a group of adults. We are so proud of them!!
Let's hear it for
We are so thankful for our partnership with Centenary UMC. Each week, they provide our teachers with duty free lunch, serve as volunteers in our classrooms, volunteer from home and do so much more!
Recently they collected books to ensure that all of our Owls have reading materials at home. On Tuesday, November 22, each and every student at ORE had the opportunity to choose a book for his/her personal library.
Thank you so much for your continued support!
Let's give a shout-out to our amazing Media Center Coordinator, Mrs. Whitney! Her DonorsChoose project was funded this weekend! Her project was titled "Creating, Collaborating, Connecting! A Library Makerspace."
Here's what she had to say...
"Stations will be designed to encourage students to use their imagination, to be innovative, and to experiment. The Makerspace area will also encourage students to communicate, collaborate, think critically, and solve problems. Students will take ownership of their learning as they read, think, and create in a fun environment!A variety of resources will be utilized in the Makerspace to impact student learning and creativity. The Lego Story Starter will encourage students to be engaged and confident storytellers and authors. These successful experiences will impact reading and writing in the classroom as well as self esteem. Goldie Box and the Builder's Survival Kit will generate interest in exploration and real world problem solving. The Lego Education Learn to Learn Core Set provides varied opportunities for focused hands on learning in a variety of subject areas. These tools will provide a wonderful beginning to a much needed learning environment which will motivate students to explore, create, collaborate, and connect with each other as they solve problems. Effective processes and procedures along with task cards will be in place to facilitate student learning!
The Makerspace will enhance student experiences and impact learning in critical areas!"
We can't wait to see this grant in action!