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  1. Pride Shines in JHB Pre K

    Posted on December 4, 2019 - School News

    On November 26, JHB Pre K held an Open House. Pre K students were excited to show their families all there is to LOVE about Pre K! Families experienced many fun learning activities. A special cooperative project was started….to be finished after Thanksgiving and displayed in the hallway. Connections were made as parents met and… Read More

  2. JHB Fifth Graders Enjoy Keyboards

    Posted on November 30, 2019 - School News

    Fifth-grade students at the James Bean School have been given the opportunity to extend their classroom learning of the keyboards. Mrs. Paradis has opened up the music room to students from 2:30-3:00 pm to work on music from their self-paced binder of songs. There have been anywhere from a handful to a roomful of students… Read More

  3. Election Day 2019 at JHB

    Posted on November 26, 2019 - School News

    There was only one item on the ballot this year at JHB…students voted on a school mascot. Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 had an opportunity to enter a hand-drawn school mascot into the race. Eight candidates made it onto the official ballot. Candidates included the James H. Bean Badgers, the Howlers, the Buffalo,… Read More

  4. Colby Cares About JHB

    Posted on November 24, 2019 - School News

    JHB is very excited to have collaborated with the Colby Cares About Kids (CCAK) program at Colby College. We have several Colby students who make the trek out to Sidney every week to spend an hour, sometimes more, with their mentees and mentees’ classmates. Smiles from ear to ear can be found on both our… Read More

  5. “Let the Wild Rumpus Begin”

    Posted on November 14, 2019 - School News

    The Kindergarten students at JHB participated in a creative movement and imaginative play activity making a “Wild Rumpus”! They used their paper bag puppets inspired by Maurice Sendak’s  Where the Wild Things Are!. Mrs. Roberts, the art teacher, added a few new events to the play by having the “Wild Things” come back to Max’s  room… Read More

  6. Team Building in 5th Grade

    Posted on November 7, 2019 - School News

    Team building is in full swing in fifth grade! Every Friday, students work in teams to participate in engaging challenges as they work together to get to know one another and improve communication skills. Students were randomly placed on teams that participate each week in activities developed to foster communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills. Teams… Read More

  7. Lunch and Listen

    Posted on November 6, 2019 - School News

    Lunchtime at JHB can be a lively and, at times, loud time of day as students busily chat and laugh at each other’s antics. In an effort to provide a quieter, calmer atmosphere, every Friday, students have the opportunity to eat their lunches in the library during our weekly “Lunch and Listen.” During this time,… Read More

  8. Skeletons are Alive and Well at JHB

    Posted on November 1, 2019 - School News

    The head bone connected to the neck bone, the neck bone connected to the backbone, the backbone connected to the hip bone……Or should we say the Cranium connected to the clavicle, the clavicle connected to the spinal cord, the spinal cord connected to the ilium? Students in the fifth grade at James Bean School were… Read More

  9. PTO Hosts “Fall Carnival 2019”

    Posted on October 31, 2019 - School News

    JHB students had a “spooktacular” time at this year’s Fall Carnival. Teachers and students took part in a classroom door decorating contest with third grade teacher, Mrs. Erskine, and grades 1 and 2 teacher, Ms. Flemming, receiving the most votes.  Carnival events included a costume contest, a chance at putting a pie in Nurse Jodi… Read More

  10. Calling All Superheroes!

    Posted on October 31, 2019 - School News

    Pre-K teacher, Linda Click, perfectly explained the goal of our most recent fundraiser, “In an effort to honor the amazing, brave superhero kids who need care at the hospital and to celebrate the amazing braze superhero doctors and nurses who provide wonderful care for so many children.” On Friday, October 25 JHB held a fundraiser… Read More

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