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Students creating a volumne city.

Fifth Graders Create a Volume City

Ms. A. Jenkins' fifth-grade advanced math THRIVE groups have been learning about volume, area, and perimeter. Using what they know about these math concepts, they are planning, designing, and creating their own Volume City to demonstrate their understanding of the new concepts.
Children on Keyboards

Christmas Carols

The students are busy at Ninety Six Elementary School learning to perform Christmas carols on their keyboards. The students will have a recital for their class at the end of the unit.
Brickmasters participants

NSES Students Participate in the Brickmasters Competition

Ninety Six Elementary School students Solomon Howard (3rd grade), Max Manley (5th grade), and Stella Manley (3rd grade) participated in the Brickmasters of the Lakelands Lego building competition at the Arts Center of Greenwood. The competition was held in conjunction with the iMAGINE STEAM Festival on Saturday, October 21, 2023. Solomon earned Honorable Mention elementary division for his build showcasing the mobility of visually impaired people. Max’s futuristic build featuring a Martian Spaceport won first place in the elementary division.
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