Elliott Point Elementary School ASPIRE Program 

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Hours of Operation:

Okaloosa County School days between August 15, 2016 – May 19, 2017

To join the A.S.P.I.R.E. program at Elliott Point ES contact:

Laurie Feldman

(850) 833-3355
Laurie.Feldman@mail.okaloosa.k12.fl.us

Calendars:

Newsletters:

November 2016 Newsletter      
October 2016 Newsletter

Student Projects:

End of the Year Activities

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These children practice staying active after school by rock climbing and playing outside.

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Measuring

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Experimenting with motion on 4H Day

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Decorated Christmas Trees for Convalescence Home

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Celebrating Fire Responders Day

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Reading to Construct Turkeys

Picture of students with turkeys they madePlaying vocabulary games with Chinese exchange teacher Mrs. Gu

Picture of students Playing vocabulary games with Chinese exchange teacher Mrs. GuPicture of students Playing vocabulary games with Chinese exchange teacher Mrs. GuPicture of students Playing vocabulary games with Chinese exchange teacher Mrs. GuFun with Geometry Shapes 

Pictures of geometric shapes students created


Doolittle Institute:  Innovative Dimensions Lab - Educating the next generation of Scientists and Engineers
FIRST® LEGO® League

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4-H Science Experiments

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National Youth Science Day’s Motion Commotion, video which shares information about the project which is designed to help students learn about physics, speed and safety. 

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Picture of Sandy Arteaga's contact information - 850-301-3008

 

Updated 10/6/2016