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Students at Erie Intermediate Organize Clean Up

Today is Earth Day! Erie Intermediate students in Mrs. Martin's class led the charge by organizing a clean-up over their building last week. Let's lead by their example by attending one of the area clean-ups:

(Flyers for each included in this post):

1.) Ashtabula City: RSVP 9:00 a.m.-noon (Lunch Provided)
2.) Ashtabula River: April 30th 8:00-noon at Smolen Gulf Bridge
2.) Bridge Street Clean-Up: April 30th 9:00 a.m.

Buddy Bench Survey-Vote Erie

The Fair Housing Resource Center (FHRC) has a Buddy Bench Contest open to all schools in Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula Counties. Please take a moment to do the survey and help Erie Intermediate get a Free Buddy Bench. The survey ends on May 16th.
www.surveymonkey.com/r/BuddyBench2022.

AACS - NO SCHOOL Friday, April 15th and Monday, April 18th -

AACS UPDATE: This Friday there is NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 15th and Monday April 18th for AACS Students.
ERIE INTERMEDIATE, LHS, and MICHIGAN PRIMARY ONLY: Please see the attached slide which is for Erie Intermediate, Lakeside High School and Michigan Primary ONLY!

Poems Selected for Publication

Congratulations to Baileigh Wimer and Scarlette Thompson for having their poems selected for publication through a writing contest from Young Writing titled "Empowered- Dare to Dream". Students were asked to write a poem about what empowers them and what encourages them to dream. We are happy to announce that both students' poems have been chosen for publication! We are so proud of your creativity and hard work. Congratulations to both of you! "

STEM PROJECT

STEM PROJECT - ERIE INTERMEDIATE: Students in Mrs. MartinÅ› class had a STEM project where the kids had to build a track for a matchbox car that was 24 inches high and had to have two curves in the design. The car that makes it the farthest distance wins.
The students were split into groups of 3 and had to work on problem solving, teamwork, compromise and taking leadership roles in order to complete the task given the stipulations. They also all had the same amount of supplies that were given in order to complete the task. No more and no less. Students worked diligently and cooperatively to achieve their goals.
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