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Students in Mrs. Key and Mrs. Ortega's class have studied various artists throughout the last couple of weeks. The students made a variety of their own art work and hosted an Art Museum for their families.
Students from Rogers State University held a Teddy Bear Clinic at our school. The purpose of the clinic was for kids to have the chance to interact with medical personnel in a positive way. The students made a birth certificate for the . . .
AC ECC exceeded our goal of 1 pound per student...we have 295 students. We collected 488 pounds!!! Thank you to our families; WE DID IT!!!!
This year for Read Across America, we honored Dr. Seuss with many opportunities to make his books come to life. We had Silly Socks Day, Wacky Wednesday, Cat in the Hat Day (wear a hat), and dress like a Dr. Seuss character day. The . . .
Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Gwynne's class celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing up like they were 100 years old. The students created portaits of themselves as if they were 100 years old.
We love spending time with our families!! We hosted a Love and Literacy family night for all of our families to come spend quality time together and see how much their child has grown this year. There were several stations that each family . . .
This month's enrichment presentation was from the Tooth Fairy. She taught us how to keep our teeth clean and how important it is to get our teeth checked yearly. The students enjoyed pretending to be teeth while the giant toothbrush . . .
As a part of our enrichment program; this month we had special guests from Theatre Arts come and teach the students about music and movement. They taught the students how to sing and dance to part of the song "Oh I Just Can't Wait to . . .
As the end of our year approaches, we at ACECC like to take time to celebrate the season with many fun activities. This year many students got to particapate in building and creating Gingerbread people and houses. They also made several . . .
Aspen Creek ECC hosted a NFL (Night of Family Learning) event to provide an opportunity for families to spend a quality evening together at their child's school. The families were able to choose from many sessions throughout the . . .
Our annual Veteran's Day Breakfast and Parade went off without a hitch. It is an honor and privilege to recognize these self-less and brave individuals. The students honored our Veterans by waving red, white, and blue streamers and . . .
Troy and Cynthia, puppeteers, from Kids on the Block visited ACECC and put on a puppet show.The two programs they proformed were Sticks and Stones and Bad Strangers. Students learned to say, "Stop please! I don't like that! . . .
Mrs. Christian class has been learning about different types of clothing. She had a guest speaker come and teach the students about Africa. "Leena’s Dad is from Zambia and his tribe is the Lozi. We learned about . . .
Mrs. Dick's and Mrs. Offi's class had a great week learning about Spring. They planted flowers and released butterflies that the students watched grow from a caterpillar. As they released the butterflies, all the students wish them well.
Mrs. Dick's and Mrs. Offi's class have been learning about measurement for the last two weeks. They have talked about capacity, standard units of measurement, non-standard units of measurement, weight, and length. To . . .
The teachers at Aspen Creek ECC have brought in many guest speakers to engage students on many themes they have taught throughout the year. We are so thankful to be part of a community that volunteers their time to help educate the future.
To celebrate everything they learned during our art unit, our class decided to create an Art Museum. They worked for 2 months to create both individual and group projects to display, featuring art inspired by Van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, . . .
Teachers and students celebrated Earth Day by being creative with many items throughout the day. All lessons were hands on and invited the students to lead the lessons. Many students planted flowers or gardens, some students painted rocks or . . .
Mrs. Clark's class has begun their study on flowers and plant growth. They have officially opened the Tiger Garden Center and are making deliveries. Mrs. Whaley received her flower bouquet this week from delivery girls Lydia, . . .
We have been celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday with crazy socks, silly costumes, guest readers, and lots of laughter. We love rhyming and having fun!
Officer Brian Surber (of the ONB) visited Mrs. Clark’s class at Aspen Creek ECC. He talked to the class about his career as an undercover police officer and arranged for the Oklahoma Narcotics Bureau helicopter to do a special . . .
Mrs. Rowe's class planted two new trees on our playground. The children enjoyed getting their hands in the dirt and helping out with this project. They planted a Redbud and a rare Seaside Alder, which was donated by the Nature Conservancy. . . .
Last Wednesday, we had our ribbon cutting ceremony. All of the students and staff formed a "spirit line" in front of the school. Mrs. Gateley, our principal, had the honor of cutting the ribbon to open our new school. . . .