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Bringing Broadway to Mills Pond

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The magic of Broadway came alive at Mills Pond Elementary School as the fifth grade classes presented their “Broadway Bonanza.” Featuring music from “Annie,” “The Greatest Showman” and “The Lion King” the students wowed their classmates and invited guests during their performances with their song and dance numbers.

Young Builders Help Save the Three Little Pigs

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As part of a Project Lead the Way lesson, kindergarten students in Michael Hart’s class at Mills Pond Elementary School tested their engineering and design skills as they built structures for the Three Little Pigs homes to withstand the force of the Big, Bad Wolf. Students selected one of three building materials to use for their house and sketched their house designs. After building their final design, the strength of their home was tested by the force of the wolf trying to blow it down. 

Celebrating Chinese Traditions

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Fourth graders in Annette Lopez’s class at Mills Pond Elementary School celebrated Chinese New Year. One student in the class shared a PowerPoint presentation in Chinese, which he then explained to the class in English. He also spoke to the students about the meaning behind the Chinese traditions that are followed during Chinese New Year, such as red envelopes with yen inside. The student’s parent brought in decorations for the classroom as well as dumplings and noodles for the students to try with chopsticks. 

Success at the Mills Pond ‘Souper Bowl’

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The fourth graders in the Cares Club, a community service-based organization, at Mills Pond Elementary School held a “Souper Bowl” can collection during the last few weeks. The club collected more than 1,400 cans to feed those in need through Long Island Cares.

World Read Aloud Day