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This group of Page students enjoyed their ice cream sundaes.
Page staff get some book learning about basketball moves before their game.
Students watch as Dr. Courts inflates a pigs' lung.
A younger Page students looks up to older students at homecoming.
Fruit with families is always a great way to start the day.
Students loved the bubble machine at the Walk-a-Thon.
Page staff enjoy Battle of the Buildings.
Students take a hands-on approach to science lessons.
TATU members share lessons about dangers of tobacco use.
Page students enjoy ice cream from their handmade bowls.
Students learn about transfer of energy.
TK Trojan mascot gives high-fives to students during the Walk-a-Thon.

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Battle of the Books Champion Crowned

Finalists competed for the Page Elementary Battle of the Books championship.

This year’s Page Elementary Battle of the Books champion is fourth-grader Lucy Teunessen with the runner-up, fourth-grader Elise DeBoer. Students read books during March’s reading month celebration, then had classroom competitions where they answered questions about the books. The winner from each classroom the competed in the school-wide finals competition.
The battle encourages students to not only read, but also encourages retention of facts and information from the books.
The 16 finalists took turns answering questions about the books they read, taking 13 rounds before the winner was crowned.
Other finalists were Emma Reil, Aaron VanderWalt, Colton Wieringa, Grace Rabley, Devon Barnill, Aveline Jordan, Abigal Dumond, Tyler Voss, Caleb Summerhays, Hudson Thomas, Cohen Hautau, Kaylee Green, Hailie Zahl, Evelyn Callahan.

Next Generation Standards Encourage Learning by "Doing" Science

Page students work in groups to study science in stations.

Ellie Baranek rubbed her hands quickly together until she felt the heat building up in her palms. The fourth-grader quickly realized her action created friction that in turn created heat. "It's motion energy to heat energy," she deduced.
Her classmates rotated around the room to six different stations where they tried to answer the question "How do we know energy is present and moving in a system?" They also gained an understanding of how energy is transferable.

3Doodle Pens Let Students' Creativity Flow

A Page student creates a 3-D structure using the 3Doodle pen.

Imagination and creativity got a boost in Stacy Sikkema's fourth-grade class with 3Doodle Pens. With the help of a Donor's Choose grant, Sikkema purchased 12 pens and supplies to be shared with the 28 students in her class.

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