Pine River Elementary students and staff enjoyed watching the solar eclipse. Thank you to the BCEL/PR PTO for providing the glasses to all students.
10 days ago, Debbie Bradford
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Last week, Pine River Elementary 3rd grade students enjoyed their time during Creek Week at Chippewa Nature Center.
about 1 month ago, Debbie Bradford
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We are so thankful for our School Social Worker, Ms. Jolene Bjorge!
about 1 month ago, Debbie Bradford
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Congratulations to the winners of the Pine River Elementary 4th grade patriotic art contest sponsored by the Great Lakes Bay Veterans Coalition. Mr. Blanchard presented each winner with a $25 gift card for Pizza Sam’s. They will compete against all local winners for the grand prize of a $50 gift card in May. Thank you to GLBVC and Pizza Sam’s for your support.
3 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Students at Pine River Elementary enjoyed a visit from Santa on the last day before break.
4 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Students in Miss Camp's classroom enjoyed wearing their Grinch clothes and Santa hats.
4 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Mrs. Griggs led fifth grade students from Pine River, and fourth and fifth grade students from Floyd at the Dow Gardens Christmas walk on Thursday night. The students had so much fun spreading Christmas cheer as they sang many different Christmas carols for the community. Thanks to everyone who came out to sing or enjoy the carols!
4 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Third grade students at Pine River Elementary were excited to work with robots during Mrs. Kettler's Computer class.
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Pine River students are enhancing their reading fluency with repeated readings and engaging in Reader’s Theaters.
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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In recognition of National Kindness Week, yesterday was Step Up & Stand Out: Crazy Socks Day at Pine River Elementary. It's a visual reminder for each one of us to be an up-stander by stepping up and saying something when we see or hear someone being unkind.
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Students at Pine River Elementary enjoyed playing Minute to Win It during the lunch period.
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Dr. Bob Strom visited a fifth grade classroom at Pine River Elementary to discuss elements, energy and matter. Science Bob brought some neat experiments that got the students excited about science. We look forward to future visits!
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Fifth Grade students from Pine River Elementary participated in Northwood University's GO MAD day on Friday, November 3. The students rotated through six different activities and had lunch in the cafeteria. Thank you, Northwood University, for inviting us to participate!
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Congratulations to the Pine River Elementary Lancer Superstars for the month of October. Great job demonstrating positive character traits all month long!
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Fifth Grade students at Pine River Elementary also enjoyed dressing up for Halloween.
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Third Grade students from Pine River Elementary enjoyed the Halloween activities in their classrooms.
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Fourth Grade students had a blast during their Halloween parties.
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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The staff at Pine River Elementary enjoyed Halloween festivities.
5 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Students in Mrs. Bradley‘s 5th grade class have been exploring Indigenous people groups, the diverse regions they lived in, and the resources available in each region. Students researched the homes built by these groups and constructed replicas of homes to model the resources and materials used. We love your creativity!
6 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Miss Jen and Miss Karen from the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library recently visited the fourth graders at Pine River Elementary. Many of you already know about the free- and low-cost resources that the library has to offer, but did you know that adults can also check out board games, yard games, binge boxes, craft kits, discovery kits, and puzzles? They even have a telescope, hammock, and metal detector available! After that, the librarians showed the children how to search for items on the library's website: https://www.gadml.org/ Check it out!
6 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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