Kindergarten made “gingerbread” houses today. #rowelearns #familyhelpers #creativekids
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Creative designs
Many busy hands
A proud designer
The YHS chorus gifted us with their beautiful voices during first grade lunch today. #rowelearns #yhschorus
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Enjoying beautiful voices
First graders enjoy songs by the YHS Chorus
It is Pajama Day at the Rowe School! Happy holidays to all!#rowefun #holidaycheer
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Office staff in their pjs
Kindergarten swapped classes to learn about holidays this week. Each day, students visited a different k classroom to do a holiday project. #rowelearns #learningcommunities
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Glitter project
Crowns for Three King’s Day
Christmas trees with tissue paper
We had our Community Meeting this week. We learned about holidays around the world and sang some lovely holiday tunes. A special thanks goes out to Mrs. Landry and Miss Mullane for hosting! #rowelearns #celebrations
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Learning about Kwanzaa
Captive audience
Kindergartener Kyler Smith was Rowe Principal for the day this week. He did an amazing job and performed all duties with enthusiasm and pride!#rowelearns
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Sorting tooth treasure boxes for Mrs. Webber
Trying out flashlight reading
Asking questions
Duties at the computer
We shared expressions of gratitude, announced the amazing results of our recent food drive, and were led in song by our very own Mrs. Turkey Bird at this month’s Community Meeting. #rowelearns #communitymatters
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Mrs. Turkey Bird (Elder)
Our Rowe family
Mrs. Lemay shares a video on gratitude
Happy teachers and children after the announcement of the YEF grant recipients! This grant funding will allow for expansion of STEM practices at Rowe. We are so grateful for the support of @yef_maine #rowelearns #enrichment #earlyengineering
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Kindergarten grant writers Mrs. Lemay and Mrs. Bradford
Kindergarten students give a thumbs up to light laboratory materials.
Volunteer extraordinaire Mr. Urban gave Ms. Berry’s class a ukulele lesson today. #rowelearns #musiclessons
over 3 years ago, Susan Lobel
Learning cords
Learning how to strum
Our Rowe School voting results were 168 for the Ten Spin (similar to a merry-go-round) and 40 for funnel ball. A special thanks goes out to Ms. Berry, one of our first grade teachers, who came up with the idea of having the children vote! Our wonderful PTO group has made this addition to our playground possible. #rowelearns
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
School Bonds Approved: Thank you voters, for approving expansion of all four Yarmouth Schools. The real work begins now!
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
Rowe students voted on their preferred piece of new playground equipment. #rowelearns #citizenship
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
Ballot box
Kindergarten voters
First grade voters
Kindergarten children share their enthusiasm for writing en masse to the delight of first grade friends and Rowe staff.
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
We are writers!
First graders learn about and meet some amazing owls today! #rowelearns #chewonkifoundation
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
Saw Whet owl
Screech owl
Great Horned owl
Kindergarten students learned about bats from the Chewonki Foundation today. #rowelearns #chewonkifoundation
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
Our very own Rowe School “bat”
Fox bats- the largest in the world!
First grade readers and writers!#rowelearns #workshopmodel
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
Partners share their writing
Partner reading
First and 7th graders replenished the tulip bulbs in the rainbow garden in front of Rowe School this week. The garden was originally planted when the current 7th graders were first graders! This was truly an amazing event for all involved. A special thanks goes out to parent volunteer Amy Sinclair who headed up this project 6 years ago and again yesterday for our students.
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
Getting ready to plant
Origami tulip making
Digging holes
Team work
Rowe School Community meeting. We sang our school song, read a few poems and heard about teacher’s favorite fall activities. #rowelearns #buildingschoolculture
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
Teachers greet students
Teacher’s share favorite fall activities
Power outages continue throughout town, including all four schools, and power lines are down on West Elm Street. Therefore, school is cancelled in Yarmouth for Tuesday, October 16.
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel
Due to power outages throughout Yarmouth, there will be a two hour delay to the start of school today, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. If power is not restored, we will have to cancel school for the day. That decision will be made by 7:30 a.m. This message will be updated at that time.
almost 4 years ago, Susan Lobel