Featured image of article: 3rd Grade Hawk Watch

Third graders had a successful trip on their hawk migration hike at Crotched Mountain.  We met naturalist Susie Spikol of the Harris Center for Conservation Education.  We collected data, used scientific tools including binoculars, and discussed thermals used by the hawks to help them fly long distances with minimal energy.  Did you know that hawks can fly for many miles without flapping their wings?

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Featured image of article: Title 1 Raffle Winner

Title 1 held a raffle during Pierce School Open House on September 19th.  Parents who signed up for a Literacy Games Workshop to be held in October were entered into the raffle for a basket of exciting games and homework aids. In the drawing, first grade student Ryan Harrington’s ticket was chosen making him the winner of the Title 1 Raffle basket! 

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