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Our Future is Looking So Bright

Students at Kelley Smith Elementary School are learning Computer Coding with Dot and Dash during their Media Special! 

Students participated in the global event, Hour of Code, during the week of December 5-11th.  Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science. During this hour students in grades Pre-K through Fifth grade used different games on iPads to program or code robots Dot and Dash to perform commands. Dash is a real robot that responds to voice, navigating objects, dancing, and singing.

Benefits of learning coding in the classroom include building confidence and creativity, problem solving and logic skills. Coding is an empowering skill that allows students to become fluent with technology and computational thinking. 

Coding

Shark Bites

Third grade students at Kelley Smith Elementary School enjoyed learning about marine life.
It's a Shark's Life
12/12/2016
Third grade students at Kelley Smith Elementary School enjoyed learning about marine life.
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A New Twist to Musical Chairs
12/11/2016
Students in kindergarten and first grade love browsing at new books purchased for the media center especially when they get to play musical chairs too!
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Oh My Stars
12/09/2016
Students in Pat Hudson’s first grade class have been busy learning about stars.
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SHARK SHOUT OUT....

Student of the Month
 Congratulations to December Student of the Month Gabrielle Parnell


Kona Ice
To all the KSES students who participated in the Kona Ice NO Referral Party
Way to go Sharks!
(pictures can be viewed in the photo gallery)