Kindergarten and 4K enjoyed our Homecoming dress up days this week!
7 days ago, Casey Harvath
fun
fun
fun
fun
Last week, we brainstormed techniques we can use to learn new words. From using resources like the dictionary to practicing new words in conversations with friends, GAC students know the tricks. Here is our freshman class practicing our favorite strategy, playing word games!
10 days ago, Jamie Slawinski
Nick has a good word! Joey, Nick, and Jaivyn Scrabble
Lauryn and Hailey Scrabble
Brainstorming strategies for learning new words
10th grade physical science are learning about electrical fields and currents.
11 days ago, Jason Slawinski
Minna 's hair learns about electrical fields
Minna saying, "come to me and get shocked by the current running thru me".
Kyle is demonstrating a perfect example of electrical current.
The 5th and 6th graders made a shadow clock today. After testing it with a flashlight, they were able to go outside to use the sun to help them tell the time!
17 days ago, Casey Harvath
clock
clock
clock
clock
Today, students in the cooking club practiced flipping an egg with the pan.
18 days ago, Brian Wirch
Egg flipping 1
Egg flipping 2
Egg flipping 3
Mrs. Majewski’s 3rd and 4th grade class made shirts to identify different leaves last week.
18 days ago, Amy Wysocki
T-shirts
t-shirts
3rd & 4th grade learned about Henri Matisse in Miss. Johnson's art class this week. They made a collage with cut out letters of their name and used different cut out shapes to create their collages.
21 days ago, Miranda Johnson
3/4 with their collage name project based on the artist, Henri Matisse.
3rd and 4th grade collage name project based on Henri Matisse
1st and 2nd Grade Art Class with Miss. Johnson: Drew, colored and glued 3D snails on leaves they made. They got to take their snail pals home this week.
21 days ago, Miranda Johnson
1st and 2nd Grade: Designed their own leaves and snails for a fun project to practice working with scissors and a fun way to make a 3D project.
1st and 2nd Grade: Designed their own leaves and snails for a fun project to practice working with scissors and a fun way to make a 3D project.
Kindergarten Art Class with Miss. Johnson: We read the book "The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear" by Don Wood. Then they got to color in a drawing of a mouse and it's tail. Then practice cutting it out with scissors and gluing the tail on.
21 days ago, Miranda Johnson
Kindergarten class
The 4K/K finished up their week on The Three Little Pigs.
21 days ago, Amy Wysocki
Three Little Pigs
The ELA room is under construction. Students in all classes are working hard to create the Reading Road Way! Each week will work to hit our reading goals for independent reading and race around the room.
28 days ago, Jamie Slawinski
rest stop
yellow lines
Happy travels!
under construction
Fun times in Middle School science. Tower building. The students were building towers with dominoes to see who could get the highest and survive an earthquake (a basketball bounced on the table). They had 25 dominoes and the winner hit 41 centimeters - outstanding.
29 days ago, Jason Slawinski
observing the aftermath of the "earthquake"
Measuring a first attempt
Getting taller......but did it survive the "earthquake"
Mrs. Slawinski’s ELA class finalized their classroom expectations after negotiating how we can all be safe, be respectful, and be responsible in ELA.
about 1 month ago, Jamie Slawinski
Mr. Slawinski photo bombs our expectations reveal
ELA Classroom Expectations Reveal
GAC welcomes back Linda Majewski as the 3rd/4th grade teacher!
about 1 month ago, Casey Harvath
Teacher
GAC welcomes our new 4K/Kindergarten Teacher, Heather Amundson!
about 1 month ago, Casey Harvath
Teacher
GAC welcomes Annette Braaten as the new Business Education Teacher and Student Support Staff member!
about 1 month ago, Casey Harvath
Teacher
GAC welcomes our new 7-12 Math Teacher, Rachel Melcher!
about 1 month ago, Casey Harvath
Teacher
GAC welcomes our new K-12 Art Teacher, Miranda Johnson!
about 2 months ago, Casey Harvath
Teacher
Are you interested in becoming a substitute teacher? CESA 8 in Gillett is offering a substitute teaching training on September 14, 2022. For more information please visit https://www.smore.com/v9mgc .
about 2 months ago, Amy Wysocki
Substitute Teacher
We invite all GAC students and their families to celebrate with the GAC staff at the Welcome Back to School Night, Wednesday, August 31st! Bounce house and obstacle course, Corn Hole, Dummy Tackling, Food and more. All Free to GAC students and their families.
2 months ago, Amy Wysocki
Back to School Family Night