Encore!. “Talent is something rare and beautiful and precious, and it must not be allowed to go to waste.” - The Cricket in Times Square , George Selden. Encore Classes.
“Talent is something rare and beautiful and precious,
and it must not be allowed to go to waste.”
-The Cricket in Times Square, George Selden
Encore classes provide engaging, hands-on experiences that take learning beyond theory and puts it into practice. In our classrooms, students have the opportunity to show what they know. This inspires confidence and a heightened appreciation for how learning can improve our lives.
Instrumental Music and Band
During computer class we use technology as a tool to
think critically, problem solve, research and create!
Essential Questions Guiding Activities
Jump Start World of Learning Kindergarten
Type to Learn
Microsoft Office 2013~Word, PowerPoint, Excel
This is where motivated girls and boys will begin to learn the fun of making music and the skills it takes to be on a great team: OUR SCHOOL BAND!
It’s not really like this, but do we have a great time while our students—your sons and daughters—learn to appreciate the artistry and beauty of making music!
Mr. Steve Tribble is a graduate of IUP and has over 30 years’ experience as a music teacher in the elementary through high school grades.
Physical Education…AKA– Movement, Inc -
Please be sure to have your child bring tennis shoes on gym day. Flip Flops and Sandals are unacceptable. They are an injury risk.
I use a card system for discipline. A green card means that the child did outstanding, a yellow card is a time out for not using ROARS behavior, and a red card means they must sit out the class.
We follow the SPARK curriculum at Hutchinson Elementary for physical Education. SPARK is an acronym for Sport, Play, and Active, Recreation for Kids. The focus is really on physical activity and movement by using lead up games and drills.
Teacher: Mr. Denny Little
EMAIL: [email protected]
In art class, students have the opportunity to think creatively, solve problems, visually communicate and critically observe and interpret the world around them. I hope to instill an appreciation for the richness, beauty and meaning that the arts bring to our lives.
I emphasize careful use and cleanliness with all art media. However, in their joyful and meaningful creative activities, students sometimes soil their clothing. With this in mind, please dress your child appropriately or send an apron or art shirt with your child on art days. I’m looking forward to a fabulous year teaching your children!
Students work with beat, rhythm, song, expressive movement, and pitched and unpitched percussion instruments to learn a variety of musical concepts.
Mrs. Michelle Sparrow
Instrumental Music and Band
Mr. Steve Tribble
Mrs. Sherry Thomas
Mr. Denny Little
Mrs. Cheryl Carnicelli
Mrs. Aileen Little