Lisa Lin is back from the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., and James Howard of News Channel 9 interviewed her for “This ‘n’ That”. Check it out! http://newschannel9.com/this-n-that/recently-on-tnt/lisa-lin-who-just-returned-from-the-scripps-national-spelling-bee
Reading throughout the summer is a pleasure, and it’s essential to staying sharp!
Well, parents! The PTA met its goal with the Busy Parent Fundraiser. In return, every child in the entire school took a turn taping Mr. Paulson to the wall and enjoyed a Thrasher Blue slushy at recess! You can see the time-elapsed video of the duct-taping here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiBLBRkJpp8
The 5th grade students pictured above helped plan and will lead in this year’s College Week activities. Students explore colleges and universities across the United States through activities in Related Arts. Some of the highlights are designing pennants, college fact finding information, team competition, mascot match, and sharing college quick facts […]
These students recently represented Thrasher in Nashville at the State PTA Reflections Arts Program award ceremony. Eva was a State Winner and Stowe was a State and National Award winner. Both of these students earned these great awards in the Literature category. Thrasher is so proud of their […]
We’ve had loads of students involved in all kinds of competitions lately, and they’re doing quite well! Check this out: Thrasher Design Team competed against 31 elementary and middle school teams to design a playground. The competition was created by PlayCore and Bright Spark to encourage the integration […]
Thrasher’s Primary Chess Team earned 3rd place in our region, and our Elementary Chess Team earned 2nd place. That qualified both teams to compete at the State level in Crossville, TN. (The Stone family even cut their spring break vacation short to get Julia to the tournament!) Good job, […]
Lisa Lin won the regional spelling bee and is soon heading to Washington D.C. to compete nationally! Read more here: http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/opinion/columns/story/2017/mar/15/spelling-champ-got-late-start-english/417659/
Mrs. Welch headed up a Kindness Matters movement at Thrasher last week. 5th Grade students held signs to greet kids in the morning. All students write down kind things other students have done and put them in a Kindness box in the lobby. We have some great kids!
Thank you Dr. Welch for teaching our Kindergartners about oral hygiene. And who is that peeking around the corner taking pictures? Even doctors have moms!