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OAK Director of Field Operations Cade Dammen talks with Page Elementary fifth-graders about careers in construction fields.

Construction Projects Provide Opportunity for Learning

Page students have been watching construction projects near their school all year. They’ve seen the new Learning Center take shape on ground just south of their school and more recently have watched as excavators and bulldozers began preparing ground just west of their school for the new tennis courts.
Classroom champions competed in the all-school Battle of the Books final.

Page Battle of the Books Overall Champion Crowned

With dramatic “Survivor” music playing in the background, 18 Page Elementary classroom champions stepped up the microphone on the high school auditorium stage. In front of all their classmates and some family members, the contestants answered detailed questions about books they read.
A 4th grade student examines a pig lung used to demonstrate damage that can be caused by tobacco use.

Teens Deliver Strong Message to Younger Students

One by one, Page Elementary fourth-graders used their gloved hand to feel a blackened pig’s lung and watch as a high school student inflated the lung using a foot pump. One side of the lung plumped easily while the other side was used to show the effects of tobacco on the lungs.
Page Student Council members present a check to Mr. Fitzgerald to help with the sculpture to honor his wife Janis and her work with Battle of the Books.

Page Penny War Honors Reading Enthusiast

Battle of the Books is on again this year at Page Elementary, but without the guiding hand and thoughtful questions from the person who passionately introduced and organized the program at Page more than 10 years ago.

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A message from Page Principal Gregg Bruno

Page Elementary School
Welcome to Page Elementary School!
Our school, filled with fourth and fifth graders, is encouraging, nurturing, and a great place for students to learn. We want all our students to feel safe and welcomed into the TK family. As students embark on their last years at the elementary level, they'll develop independence, critical thinking, working in small groups, and creating projects. Through our Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, we celebrate success and positive behaviors to build a safe and caring environment for all. We reinforce positive character traits and prepare students emotionally, socially, and academically for middle school.
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