Please save your oatmeal containers and coffee cans. The elementary art room will collect them when we return to school.
Olivia was nominated by her peers to be a DAR Good Citizen, as she exemplifies all of the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. She was chosen as the county winner! She is pictured with representatives from the other schools.
Girls on the Run was a new program at Adams Central Elementary this year lead by Mrs. Carrie Aschliman. The program encourages girls and helps build confidence. They held a 5K to celebrate their accomplishments.
Jim McMillan shares some key aspects of intentional questioning in today's Literacy Links video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bvItzbMO9c The PDF of questioning techniques can be found here http://bit.ly/LiteracyLinksQuestioning
Macbooks are ready for the seniors who purchased theirs!
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Marissa ready for her turn in the 300 hurdles at the state track meet!
Congratulations to these three student shooters on a fine outing today against the best in the state of Indiana. Way to go Laci, Keaton, and Jake!
The school year may be over but these hard-working ladies are continuing to give back to their community by donating their time off by volunteering at the local food bank. Thank you to these Sunshine Society members for a job well done!
Moving over the summer? Call the elementary office at (260) 692-6629 and leave a message.
Lumen Prints have a long history dating back to the cameraless times of the 1830s. Students created their compositions using fruit, flowers/foliage, and kitchen spices. These items were then placed on sensitized darkroom photo paper and taken outside to develop in the sunshine. Once students were happy with the color changes of the paper, the pieces were then taken inside, scanned, and went through post-production. Students learned how to use an editing program to further develop their projects.
6th graders learned about the color wheel and how to create value using one color with the addition of black and white. Students had the opportunity to design their own landscape for the painting.
Innovate WithIN is an entrepreneurial competition to high school seniors to pitch their ideas for a chance to earn money to get their business started. It was a tough competition. Congrats to Trevor Eisberg, Sydney Jauregui, and David Sheets who mate it to the regional round.
Dates have been set for the start of the 2021-2022 school year! Mark your calendars for Elementary Registration and Back-to-School Night!
8th graders learned how to use the color wheel as a tool for mixing colors then were given the primary colors (yellow, red, blue), black, and white to create landscape paintings. They also learned about Vincent van Gogh and post-impressionism to add detail and texture.
Adams Central Elementary has a preschool teacher aide position available! For more information, visit our website at www.accs.k12.in.us and click on the employment button. Please share!
Mrs. Herring's class came up with questions to interview the prom king and queen. They were talking about biographies and students recorded the information so that they could write about them.
Adams Central Elementary has classroom teacher positions available! For more information, visit our website at www.accs.k12.in.us and click on the employment button. Please share!
Adams Central Elementary is looking for an art teacher! For more information, visit our website at www.accs.k12.in.us and click on the employment button. Please share!