Congratulations to Pine River Elementary's Lancer Superstars for the month of September! Thank you for demonstrating daily positive character traits.
6 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Pine River students have been enjoying the new 9-Square playground equipment the BCEL/PR PTO purchased and installed.
6 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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After letting the cement cure, volunteers returned to Pine River Elementary to remove the forms and to cut lines into the cement.
7 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Pine River Elementary is excited to have Trinseo and Three Rivers employees volunteer their time and resources to provide a beautiful outdoor space for our students. On September 1, volunteers poured cement for the new area.
7 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Thursday, June 8, the annual Field Day/Picnic Day was held at Pine River Elementary. The weather cooperated, the food was delicious and a great time was had by all. A huge thank you to Mr. VanCise who organized the Field Day activities, the BCEL/PR PTO who funded the picnic portion and to all of the volunteers who helped make the day successful!
10 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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During the last week of school, the Pine River fifth-grade students prepared to showcase their talents through Reader's Theater. This dynamic activity allows these young learners to enhance their expression, fluency, and articulation skills. As they dive into various narratives and characters, their voices come alive, capturing the essence of each story. With each practice session, their confidence grows, and their abilities to engage and entertain flourish. Reader's Theater provide a platform for students to explore their creativity, foster a love for reading, and develop essential communication skills that will serve them well beyond the classroom.
10 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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A few Pine River Elementary fourth graders decided to do a service project to help pay off the lunch debt at Pine River Elementary. The girls decided to have a lemonade stand on the last day of school. They were able to enlist their siblings to help with advertising! Thanks to Dani Liphard for hosting the lemonade stand and for all who supported the students. A total of $216 was raised for the project.
10 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Fourth grade students finishing the year off bright in Mrs. Sushynski's class.
10 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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On Friday, May 26, second grade students visited Pine River Elementary to meet the teachers, explore the building, see the playground and meet new friends. We look forward to the students coming to us as third graders!
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Fifth graders from Pine River Elementary spent last Thursday and Friday at Mystic Lake. A great time was had by all and the support of the parent chaperones was greatly appreciated!
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Fourth grade student, Deegan, from Mrs. Miller's classroom, discovered in Health and Wellness that his favorite treat, a Slime Licker, has 84 teaspoons of sugar in it.
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Last week Pine River Elementary fifth grade students presented their science experiment on the Egg Drop. Fortunately, a large percentage of eggs did survive! Students had to develop a design and then create their plan to have an egg withstand a drop from the roof of the building (a big thanks to Mrs. Bradley!).
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Pictured are the Pine River Elementary 4th grade Lancer Superstars for the week of May 19th. Lancer Superstars are given to one student from each classroom who displays character traits which promote our school's PBIS mission. Congratulations!
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Pictured are the Pine River Elementary 3rd grade Lancer Superstars for the week of May 19th. Lancer Superstars are given to one student from each classroom who displays character traits which promote our school's PBIS mission. Congratulations!
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Pictured are the Pine River Elementary 5th grade Lancer Superstars for the week of May 19th. Lancer Superstars are given to one student from each classroom who displays character traits which promote our school's PBIS mission. Congratulations!
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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In Health & Wellness the fourth graders started talking about how Food affects our Mood. We've been focusing on sugar. Learning about where it comes from, what our bodies do with sugar and how to find out HOW MUCH sugar is in our favorite drinks, snacks & treats. In this game called 'Sugar' the student in the center is trying to sit in the empty chair while all the other students shift to the empty seat next to them. This game was a goofy way to demonstrate sugar trying to enter our bloodstream. With too much sugar in our diet it can form a build up which harms our health.
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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BCHS students, Kolton Riddle, Grace Stern and Natalie Williams set up a Book Give Away for the students at Pine River Elementary. Each student was able to select one book. A huge thank you to the high school students in their efforts to provide this opportunity for our students.
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Maier & Associates Financial Group's charitable organization, Just For Kids, donated two bikes for each grade level to be given to students who displayed good citizenship. Molly Rauschert, a board member on Just For Kids was on hand on Friday to help with the presentation of a new bike and a new helmet for the students. Thank you for your support!
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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On Tuesday, May 16th, Pine River Elementary 3rd graders had a "ball' at the annual School Kids Day Loons game!
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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Pictured are the Pine River Elementary 5th grade Lancer Superstars for the week of May 5th. Lancer Superstars are given to one student from each classroom who displays character traits which promote our school's PBIS mission. Congratulations!
11 months ago, Debbie Bradford
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