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The Denetso family of Snowflake and the Dixon family of Taylor performed at the jazz festival at the Arizona State Capital on April 26, 2017. They met several elected officials and were given a tour of the Senate by Senator Jamescita Peshlakai of Arizona District 7.
Amazing Race Competition
Check out these pictures of our SI students participating in an Amazing Race clue competition. The students read clues to find their next leg of the race. Each clue lead to a treasure. Ms. Obren and her aides were in charge of the competition. The students had a great time!
Ag Day Activities
The students of Snowflake Intermediate recently participated in the Ag Day activities at the high school. High school students planned and prepared these activities. Each class that visited received a plant to bring back to class to nurture and grow. Overall, the students had a very fun day! We want to thank Mrs. Heather Scott and her students for all their hard work.
Check out this great video highlighting the Samsung Solve event in Washington D.C. that several of our junior high students attended. Thank you to everyone for your help and encouragement. Our students worked very hard and did a fantastic job!
Junior High Wins National Samsung STEM Contest
Our junior high students were one of three winning teams in a national STEM competition hosted by Samsung! They won a total of $170,000 in technology for their school. Read the full article on AZCentral. We are so proud of our junior high group!
Students from Mrs. Berger's 6th grade classroom spent time researching, choosing, and building kites following instructions with materials available from the classroom. Students enjoyed the day outside, whether or not their kites actually flew. Some did, some did not! Overall, it was a fun day, and that was just as important as all the learning and creating that went into the kite building.
Kahoot It! Competition
5th grade students competed in a Kahoot It! competition on March 31. Five finalists from each homeroom earned the chance to compete with the other top five winners from each 5th grade classroom. The top five finalists earned a trophy. The competition was on states and capitals, and each student was able to answer questions that were projected and then select the correct answer on their computer screen that had four possible choices. The top fastest, correct winners were displayed after each question, so a running list and motivation to continue to do well was offered.
West Region Hoop Shoot Winner
On February 25, 2017, Kenadi Stuart competed against California, Hawaii, Nevada, and Utah in the West Regional Hoop Shoot held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Kenadi shot 21 of 25 to win the title and will represent the West Region in the National Hoop Shoot Competition in Chicago on April 22. She competed in the school, local, regional, and state shoot outs in order to advance to the National Level. Kenadi is a 4th grade student that attends Snowflake Intermediate.
Lowell Observatory Field Trip
The fifth grade classes at Snowflake Intermediate took their yearly field trip to Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff. They spent the day learning about planets, stars, and other areas of study that the observatory participates in. The students and teachers are able to interact with the equipment and get a hands-on, in depth discussion about the observatory and the important contributions Lowell has had in discovering and recognizing planets.
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