Rowe students learned about bicycle safety today with Lenora Felker of the Youth Cycle Project. #rowelearns #bicyclesafety
Annual field trip to Crescent Beach State Park, 2019! #rowelearns #oceanstudies
First graders learned about horseshoe crabs and their importance to the field of medicine from Coastal Carol and her assistant from Coastal Encounters. #rowelearns #experientiallearning #oceanstudies
Our May Community Meeting focused on ACES- All Children Exercise Simultaneously. It was hosted by our fabulous gym teacher Mr Lipman along with Mrs. Flanagan and Mrs. Saxe, our learning center teachers. We saw some examples of how children around the world celebrate ACES. #rowelearns #aces #communitybuilding
Kindergarten students experienced the intertidal buffet with Coastal Carol of Coastal Encounters. This is part of our school-wide Ocean Studies unit. #rowelearns #oceanlife #experientiallearning
First and seventh graders connected to celebrate the rejuvenation of the tulip garden they planted together last fall. In addition, time was spent playing, connecting, creating, and reading. #rowelearns #mentoringconnections
First graders made their own personal planets representing themselves, their homes, school, community, state, country, and world. #rowelearns #handsonlearning #socialscience
We have a mother robin nesting on our natural playground. This area is closed to students for the time being, except to take a quick peek at her. #rowelearns #signsofspringatlast #nature
The “Rainbow Garden” at Rowe is in bloom! #springinmaine #tulips
The Rowe School got a Ten Spin and a funnel ball for the playground this week! Many thanks to the Yarmouth PTO and Yarmouth Parks and Rec for making this a reality for our K-1 children. #roweplays #yarmouthpto #yarmouthparksandrec
The refurbished tulip garden appears on track to bloom the first full week of May, just in time for us to welcome a new group of children for kindergarten screening! Special thanks to parent volunteer Amy Sinclair and the HMS 7th graders who planted the new bulbs with our first graders!
We had another successful Rowe Show on April 10th. Many thanks to our music teacher, Michelle Mullane, our first grade teachers, and instructional support staff for making this special night for our first graders a reality. #rowelearns #musiceducation
Rowe students saw an encore performance of Yarmouth’s Got Talent at Yarmouth Elementary School on Friday. Special thanks go out to YES music teacher Erica Troy for organizing this special event! #rowelearns #yarmouthsgottalent
We celebrated healthy food choices aligned with specific colors last week. Each day was a different color theme, culminating with a rainbow of colors on Friday. #rowelearns #healthyeating #yarmouthnutritiondept
Kindergarten children explored questions about light and energy in their recent science lab with consultant, Debbie Landry: Thanks to @yef_maine for funding this project. #rowelearns #sciencelabs #yefmaine
We welcomed spring at our March Community Meeting hosted by Ms. Lee’s, Ms. Berry’s and Mrs. Uraneck’s first grade classes. We sang songs, learned greetings in ASL and enjoyed a ukulele performance!
Maine children’s author Chris Van Dusen visited the Rowe School this week. Thank you Yarmouth PTO for providing this amazing enrichment experience for our students! #rowelearns #maineauthor #yarmouthpto
Kindergarten writers are working on “How To” books. They choose a topic they have a lot of knowledge about to teach their readers. #rowelearns #informationalwriting
First graders share their writing and provide their partner with a compliment. #rowelearns #writers workshop
Rowe School first grader Isla Carter's artwork was chosen to be displayed at the Portland Museum of Art for Youth Art Month, a national celebration sponsored by Council for Art Education. Her work was chosen by Rowe art teacher Emily Landry and is entitled Magic Peacock, collage with ripped paper oil pastel pattern and watercolor wash. Congratulations to Isla!