Nassau Elementary School's blog

Noro Virus Alert

March 16, 2015:  Several children in our district are presenting with a stomach illness that resembles Noro-like virus. Symptoms of Noro virus can include any or all of the following: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, low-grade fever, dehydration and headache.  This illness usually lasts an average of 24–72 hours.  Noro virus is more commonly known as the 24-hour stomach bug. READ MORE.

Leprechaun Traps

After enduring several days of leprechaun mischief, Mrs. Drummond’s class asked Mrs. Scoralick’s class to help them create leprechaun traps to catch their pesky visitor.  Mrs. Scoralick’s 3rd grade class came to Nassau to work collaboratively with the kindergarten class to create unique and functional traps using a variety of materials. 

Family Fitness Night

Reminder Family Fitness Night:

Date:  March 6, 2015

Time:  Starts at 6:30pm, please arrive at 6:15pm

Who: 2nd graders and one adult family member

Come join in for a total body workout that will cover all three areas of exercise:  cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility! Read flyer

100th Day of School

From the very first day of school, our kindergarten classes begin keeping track of the number of days they've been in school in anticipation of the 100th day. The 100th day is more than just a milestone worth noting, it's a great time to have fun with the number 100. The 100th day of school is a great way for our teachers to teach numerical concepts with math activities that provide opportunities for our students to practice math.



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