Thanks to Lt. Coulter, Officer Siler, and Officer Knowles for walking our halls and helping with our drill today! Advertisements
The 3rd Annual Eagle’s Nest Invitational Track and Field Meet. This meet is hosted by the Signal Mountain High School Track and Field family and is open to our 3-5th grade Elementary students. Last years event was such a wonderful fun, yet cold day, we anticipate a heart […]
We are so proud of all our students that competed in the Spelling Bee! Extra congratulations to 5th Grade Winners: 1st- William Fowler 2nd-Isaac Grant 3rd-Stella Mulloy …and 4th Grade Winners: 1st- Rocco Knoop 2nd- Joseph Sherrard 3rd- George Stowe William Fowler, Isaac Grant, Stella Mulloy, Bryce Davis, and […]
The PTA set up an “Appreciation Station” at recess, and kids volunteered to write thank you notes to teachers, staff, cafeteria ladies, and even the administration! All the notes were bagged, tagged, and hung on a tree in the lobby on Tuesday, which also happened to be the […]
If you didn’t come out to McCoy Farm on Nov. 2nd, then you missed more than a school project; you missed a community event! These fifth-graders researched historical people from the antebellum and civil war era and created an astonishingly good living history museum at the McCoy Farm.
Kindergarten’s Pow-Wow Day was another smashing success! Students learned about life in Native America over the course of a couple weeks through literature and classroom lessons. Then came the culminating project: Pow-Wow Day. Students ground corn, participated in spear-throwing games, and hunted the mighty buffalo among other actions. […]
A big thank you to Noah Long and his army of volunteers for running another successful tree planting this past week for Arbor Day! These red bud trees will be gorgeous as they grow!
Our ten-acre classroom continues to grow and improve. Student council recently purchased several outdoor easels that are permanently installed. Alex Moore, Eagle Scout of Troop 116, is building and installing more benches near the pond. We have plans to build a second pavilion near the pond as well! […]
Recently, we suggested to parents and faculty that our dismissal could be safer if everyone backed in to the front spaces. You all listened and took the safety of our children seriously. Thank you! We will be rolling out a broader dismissal plan soon. We’ll have signs to […]
Thrasher is fortunate to be situated in a neighborhood and on ten gorgeous acres. As we teach the children of our neighbors, we are not bound by the four walls of a classroom. Our “10-Acre Classroom” has a pond, the beginnings of a nature trail, a bridge, a […]