BULLPUP ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM GES AND THE 6th GRADE SINGING SANTAS!
GES kindergarten through grade 5 students enjoyed Body Venture, a 45-50 foot walk through exhibit sponsored by the Kansas Department of Education, Child Nutrition and Wellness Division. This exhibit represents the human body and promotes learning the skills for making choices for a healthy lifestyle. Thanks to Tabitha Clark, our school nurse, and our district wellness committee for taking on this big project and making this unique educational program possible for our students.
GES grade 5 students recently completed their D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) course taught by Deputy Max Skelton. Ruth Burkdoll and Matthew Beckmon were recognized for their essays, which they read to those in attendance.
Pictured below are the students from D.A.R.E. graduation who completed the coursework.
#USD 365 QUIZ BOWL CHAMPS
The USD #365 Elementary Quiz Bowl was held at GES on Tuesday, November 21. Although all teams competed well, Mrs. Smart’s Quiz Team won the event. They came out victorious against a good Westphalia team on a tie breaker.
SADDLE UP AND READ – Book Fair 2017
Mrs. Pracht is shown with a portion of the books for sale at the 2017 Book Fair.
Anderson County High School Art Students judged the classroom door contests. Some of the door entries are shown below:
Students are enjoying purchasing books and participating the Book Fair spirit days. Below are photos from Tombstone Tuesday Hat Day.
2017 Halloween Parade
For more photos – go to the Community Link
Our recent NED assembly pumped Bullpups up to:
N – Never Give Up!
E – Encourage Others!
D – Do Your Best!
RED CARPET SPIRIT DAY
GES students joined in on AC Homecoming Week Spirit Activities by “Dressing for the Red Carpet”.
Enjoy the photos below.
Mrs. Kim Barnes has joined our GES office staff. It is her smiling face you see when you walk in the office and the pleasant voice that will usually answer the phone! She is enjoying getting to know our students and their families.
What an exciting way to start off the school year! GES students enjoyed studying and viewing the solar eclipse. Below is a photo Ms. Burris took from our playground as the eclipse began.