Mrs. Gould's Scott Elementary Kindergarten class had a blast practicing the parts of 5 using a fun memory game. #SESPride #19EveryStudent
2 months ago, Kindergarten Team
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Parts of 5
parts of 5
SES 3rd graders used what they have learned about circuits to design and wire their own game boards. Each game board has an LED light that shines bright to indicate a correct answer! #SESPride #19EveryStudent
3 months ago, SES Gifted
Student with circuit game board
Student with circuit game board
Student with circuit game board
Student with circuit game board
Student with circuit game board
Student with circuit game board
Student with circuit game board
At SES, we may be looking older, but we still know how to celebrate the 100th day of school in grand fashion in Kindergarten and 1st Grade! #SESPride #19EveryStudent
3 months ago, Kellen Kettwich
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SES Kindergarten students used their inventor thinking to create images inspired by the book, "10 Black Dots." They got to show their creations to a special guest from Arendelle! #SESPride #SESEveryStudent
3 months ago, SES Gifted
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Student drawing
Student holding drawing
Students with Elsa character
At SES, Mrs. Detering's class read the Fable, The Tiger & the Mouse. They worked in groups to recount the story to come up with the central message of the story! They added illustrations to support their understanding of the story! #SESPride #19EveryStudent
3 months ago, 3rd Grade Team SES <3
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Characters & Setting
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Motivational Speaker and Team USA BMX Cyclist Matt Wilhelm visited Scott Elementary last Friday with an incredible message for our students. Matt expressed the importance of never giving up and how positive words can make an impact on our world. He also dazzled the crowd with his amazing skills on the bike. It was a great day at SES! #19EveryStudent #SESPride
3 months ago, Kellen Kettwich
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Kindergarteners at Scott Elementary are exploring the concept of subtraction. This week they had fun using a real life game where they pretended to eat marshmallows from a cocoa mug. They even made their own take home game using directed drawings. #19Everystudent
3 months ago, Kindergarten Team
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At SES, the 1st grade Elf, Chippy, disappeared! 3rd graders helped the 1st graders follow clues to find him! We caught him!#SESpride #19Everystudent
4 months ago, Erica Stoviak
Game time in the gym!
Reading clues around the building!
coloring time with our buddies!
Game time!
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Fun times!
1st and 3rd grade teachers! ♥️
First and third grades have buddied up! Mrs. Brown's class and Mrs. Albers's class spent time getting to know each other by reading together!!
4 months ago, Erica Stoviak
1st & 3rd grade buddies!
SES Fourth graders had the opportunity to participate in Space Force's STEM to Space event where they were paired with a Space Force Guardian for a virtual visit. The students came up with fascinating questions for our Guardian, LT Hummel.
4 months ago, SES Gifted
Kids talk to speaker virtually.
Kids talk to speaker virtually.
Kids talk to speaker virtually.
Kids talk to speaker virtually.
Kids talk to speaker virtually.
Elf Alert at Scott Elementary! Santa's elves (who also serve as Kindergarten teachers during the off-season) greeted students as they arrived to school this morning. SES is lucky to have such a great team of dedicated teachers who go above and beyond to bring some holiday cheer! #19EveryStudent #SESPride
4 months ago, Kellen Kettwich
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Ms. Vogt's Scott Elementary Kindergarten class helped the Grinch's heart grow bigger and bigger by writing sight words that the Grinch left behind. They were rewarded with a treat that the Grinch left for them in the office. #SESPride #19EveryStudent
4 months ago, Kindergarten Team
Grinch Day
The SES PTO is simply amazing. Thank you to our PTO leaders, members, and volunteers for making Santa's Kottage a success this week. Our PTO does so much, often behind the scenes, to help make SES a great place to be! #SESPride #19EveryStudent
4 months ago, Kellen Kettwich
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Illinois Math and Science Academy gave some SES students in grades 3-5 the opportunity to attend a Saturday STEM Camp where they learned more about how their own eyes and brains work by dissecting cow eyes and sheep brains. We want to send a big THANK YOU to the Scott Spouses Club for helping to fund the program! #SESPride #19EveryStudent
5 months ago, SES Gifted
Student dissecting a cow eye
Student dissecting a cow eye
Students wearing lab coats and goggles
Student dissecting a sheep brain
Student dissecting a cow eye
Student dissecting a sheep brain
Student dissecting a sheep brain
Student dissecting a sheep brain
Student dissecting a sheep brain
4th Grade students at SES put on an amazing Winter Concert for students and family members last Friday! #EveryStudent #SESPride
5 months ago, 4th Grade Team
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Kindergarteners at Scott Elementary have many opportunities to work in cooperative groups. This week they were learning about addition equations while working to add feathers to turkeys. When an odd number of students requires a group of three students instead of two, they learn to share responsibilities and even get to play the roll of a teacher. #19EveryStudent
5 months ago, Kindergarten Team
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SES 3rd grade gifted students have been exploring electrical circuits and creating LED light sabers. They will use the force, and what they have learned in class, to create their own games! #19EveryStudent #SESPride
5 months ago, SES Gifted
Students assemble electrical circuit
Students assemble electrical circuit
Students assemble electrical circuit
Students assemble electrical circuit
Students assemble electrical circuit
There's nothing quite like the sound of 138 turkeys gobbling down the hallways for the annual Scott Elementary Turkey Trot! #19SESPride #19EveryStudent
5 months ago, Kellen Kettwich
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Kindergarten at SES had a blast Doing their ten frame "write the room" activity outdoors. Taking advantage of the nice November weather was a great way to encourage this math concept in a fun and unique way. #19EveryStudent
5 months ago, Kindergarten Team
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Write the room
There's nothing quite like the Veterans Day Assembly at Scott Elementary. Our 1st graders put on an amazing show for the student body and families today. Thank you to the Mascoutah JROTC for joining us. Our students definitely look up to this wonderful group of students. And thank you to all of our Veterans for your service to our country! #19EveryStudent #SESPride
5 months ago, Kellen Kettwich
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