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Students work together learning about electricity.
Page members of the Jagbot robotics team at practice.
Page students learn about non-profit organizations like the Barry County Animal Shelter.
Page students collect food items for families in need.
Students check out pig lungs as part of career day.
Pawn Storm members learn and practice chess after school.
Page students check out books for the Battle of the Books contest.
Classrooms vote for a non-profit organization to make donations to as part of the Circle of Giving.
Page Elementary spelling bee finalists take part in the school-wide bee.
Page students compete in the school spelling bee.
Fruit with Families gives this group reason to smile.

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Battle of the Books Begins!

Page students pick out books for the Battle of the Book competition taking place now through March.

Page students began checking out books today for the annual Battle of the Books that takes place now through the end of March. In the next two months, each student is challenged to read and complete at least two book summaries.

TK FIRST Lego Robotics Teams Ready for Contest

The Page Elementary FIRST Lego robotics team is ready for competition.

Two Thornapple Kellogg FIRST Lego Robotics teams are preparing for competition this weekend in Grandville. One of the teams is from Page Elementary and the other from the middle school.
Hundreds of students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade are expected to compete in the annual event that encourages students to apply science, technology, engineering, and math concepts (STEM), as well as use their imaginations to solve a problem. They also use team-building, presentation and creativity skills.

Page Career Fair Lets Students Explore Possible Futures

Page students check out some pig lungs during the annual career fair.

What do you want to be when you grow up? That's a question students are asked over and over again as they go through their educational careers.
While many won't make up their mind until high school or college, students at Page Elementary always get a chance to learn about some different career options straight from the professionals who work in the fields every day.

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