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  1. “Just Have a Blast” Day

    Posted on October 6, 2023 - School News

    During the recent early release day, the James H. Bean School had a “Just Have a Blast” Day! For an hour, staff led an activity reflecting an interest or hobby… Read More

  2. Forest Exploration and Weather Studies

    Posted on October 4, 2023 - School News

    Kindergarteners at the James H. Bean School have been learning about weather and seasons. They’ve painted fall trees and wrote about different types of weather patterns. The kindergarteners recently went… Read More

  3. The Recess Queen

    Posted on September 22, 2023 - School News

    James H. Bean second grade students in Mrs. Bibeau’s class learned about being kind in the classroom and on the playground. They listened to the story, The Recess Queen, and… Read More

  4. STEAM Team Building Challenges

    Posted on September 14, 2023 - School News

    Fifth graders at the James H. Bean school recently worked on team building skills while engaging in STEAM activities. Their challenges included “Saving Sam,” a spaghetti tower, and a cup… Read More

  5. Play, Learn, and Grow

    Posted on September 11, 2023 - School News

    Kindergarteners at the James H. Bean School have been learning that they come to school to play, learn, and grow together. #WeAreRSU18 #JHBdragons

  6. Fifth Grade Celebration of Learning

    Posted on June 12, 2023 - School News

    James H. Bean fifth graders in Mrs. Hopper and Mrs. Kanhai-Singh’s classes have spent the past few weeks doing research about influential people for an informational writing unit. Students then… Read More

  7. CMP’s Safety City

    Posted on May 16, 2023 - School News

    Fourth and fifth grade students at JHB were treated to a visit from CMP’s Safety City. Bob, from CMP, taught students how to be safe and what not to do… Read More

  8. JHB Literacy Event

    Posted on May 11, 2023 - School News

    The James H. Bean School recently hosted a literacy event for students and families! Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Morin, shares, “One measure of success can be captured by the number of… Read More

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