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Students wore their favorite tie dye shirts to the walk-a-thon.
Fruit with Families is a great way to start the day.
A student puts the finishing touches on her bowl.
Page students work on a papier mache project in art class.
Page Principal leads his team as they prepare for their game in the Battle of the Buildings.
It was a groovy theme for this year's walk-a-thon.
Page students visit Carveth Village residents to sing carols and hand out ornaments.
Page librarian Diane Knight exaggerates her age and teams up with art teacher Kathy Bailey at the Battle of the Buildings.
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Students enjoy ice cream sundaes served in their handmade bowls.
A Page student talks with a resident of Carveth Village.
Fruit with Families is a great way to start the day.
Families enjoy spending time together at Fruit with Families.
Page students learn about different careers at the annual career fair.
Students work on their blogs.
Page students sing Christmas carols for Carveth Village residents.
Students learn how to follow directions in a recipe.
A Page student concentrates as he finishes his clay bowl.
Every year, Page students create their own bowls then have an ice cream party using their bowls.
Page students cheer on their teachers at the Battle of the Buildings.
Students conduct a science experiment using cranberries.
School is more fun with a good group of friends.

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Students Learn the Gift of Giving

A Page Elementary students gives a handmade ornament to a Carveth Village resident.

Wearing a bright red Santa hat and his biggest smile, Brody Biermaker offered a handmade ornament to Carveth Village resident Dorothy Barlow. "It's for you. You can keep it," he said proudly.

Students Focus on Gratitude and Respect

Page Elementary fourth-graders participated in the character assembly focusing on respect and gratitude.

With the upcoming holiday season, Page students are being reminded to think about the character traits of gratitude for all they have and respect for others who may face difficult or stressful times during the holidays or who may celebrate in different ways.

Fifth Graders Get Head Start on Career Exploration

Dr. Jayne Courts shows students how the lungs and heart of a pig work.

From the time they enter school, students are often asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" With the help of some professionals who volunteered their time, Page fifth graders got a glimpse into what certain careers might look like, what education is needed, and how students can pursue their goals.

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