The kindergarten class enjoyed a field trip to the Hintz farm to watch sheep shearing.
As part of the lessons for the letter Zz week, Miss Muhs' kindergarten class made zithers. They "built" the zithers with tissue boxes and rubber bands. Miss Muhs gave each of the students about 5 minutes to practice . . .
Third and fourth graders from Pierce Elementary traveled to Bloomfield on Friday, April 7 th , to take part in “Life on the Farm”, an Ag Literacy Festival. The event was hosted by the UNL extension offices of Pierce, Antelope, and . . .
The Spring Music Concert, directed by Mrs. Terri Haselhorst, was held on Thursday, March 30. Grades K-6 entertained the audience with songs based on the theme Teacher's Voice Choice. All of the teachers were asked their favorite . . .
Pierce elementary students were given a few words of encouragement on Tuesday, February 28 when they walked into their classrooms. P.A.T.S. - Parents And Teachers for Students - presented an unexpected gift to each student to encourage . . .
Mrs. Fehringer's third graders have been studying sound in Science. They were assigned to make a musical instrument at home that makes sound. Their instruments made sound by either blowing, hitting, or . . .
Fourth graders have been studying force in science: most specifically friction, inertia, gravity, and magnetism. They presented skits/demonstrations to help teach some of those concepts to their classmates. Scenes from some of the skits . . .
It is important to learn about your heritage. That was the message Jenn Fritz left with the fourth grade students at Pierce Elementary recently. As part of their Nebraska History studies, fourth graders had . . .
Mrs. Zimmer's 5th grade class has had some very special guests over the past few months. They have been eating dinner and planning special activities with some of the residents of the Norfolk Veteran's Home. We are so . . .
By Parker Sackville & Kaila Spieker On Friday, December 9, Mrs. Peters’s sixth grade class sponsored a “Book Swap” with K-6 students. This is the 3rd year that Mrs. Peters’s class . . .
Fourth graders listened and watched as Clayton Carlson's dad, Jerome Carlson, showed rocks that would be put into a tumbler with grit and water. These rocks will go through several different stages of tumbling and polishing, which will . . .
A group of fourth graders read "Honest Abe's Words", a biography of Abraham Lincoln's. The students read important facts and details about Abe's life.They learned his view on slavery and about the treatment . . .
Second grade had a "snow day." They read the book "Snowman at Night" and did many activities with it. They ended the day by making snow and creating snowmen. They are hoping that their snow day brings in more . . .