Kennett High School Auditorium
September 12th, 2018
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Bancroft Elementary School’s students and staff celebrated the end of the 2017-2018 school year with a Morning Meeting assembly on Friday, June 15, 2018. Everyone had a great time singing the school’s song, watching their friends perform dance routines or read poems, listening to Principal Mrs. Leah McComsey read aloud several fifth grade students’ Bancroft Proud essays, watching the “End of the Year” movie slideshow (see link below to watch), and a movie about what Bancroft Elementary School staff do during the summer to keep reading and doing math to stay ready for school in August. Everyone left feeling extremely Bancroft Proud!
As the school year draws to a close, students enjoyed a “Famous Children’s Books Field Day.” Students moved between activity stations designated by famous children’s books. Stations included water games, tug of war, sack races, and volleyball. Students also experienced bubble stations and rest time. Thank you, Mrs. Leigh Castle, Physical Education and Health Teacher, for all the time and effort you put in to ensure that the students had a wonderful field day experience!
Students from the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center who will be attending Bancroft Elementary School next year visited the school for a glimpse into first grade. They experienced first grade first-hand, starting with breakfast. Next, the kindergarten students visited first grade classrooms and spent time with current first grade students. They ended the day with a tour of the school before boarding the buses for the trip back to the Kindergarten Center. The next time they arrive at Bancroft Elementary School they will be first grade students. We can’t wait to have them as full time students!
As the 2017-2018 school year ends, Bancroft Elementary School students were still diligently reading and taking Accelerated Reader (AR) comprehension quizzes. Each book has a quiz worth varying points depending on the difficulty of the book, and the students knew that they still had time to win the trophy for top class and top student for each grade level. It was an exciting year of reading and our top class and student per grade level are featured below. Please join me, Mr. David Livergood, Bancroft Elementary School’s library media specialist and AR coordinator, in congratulating these diligent and intensely committed readers on a job well done!