Showing posts from March, 2018

Congratulations Destination Imagination

Last weekend many of our students participated in the Destination Imagination regional tournament held at Goffstown High School. We are excited to say two of our teams placed high enough to move on to the DI State Tournament held on April 7th at Bedford High School. Congratulations to Team Emoji and The Pioneers of Treasure. Speaking of DI, a special congratulations goes out to PWS’s own Aaria Ahdi whose pin design received more than 10,000 votes from 14 different countries. Aaria’s design will be made into a pin that will be available at the Destination Imagination Global Tournament.
Here is her winning design:

PWS Student is Finalist for DI Design a Pin Contest

CONGRATULATIONSto Aaria Ahdi from Peter Woodbury School.  Aaria entered the "Design a Pin" contest on the Destination Imagination website and her pin made it to the Top 5.  Please click on the link below to vote for Aaria's pin.  After you vote for Aaria in the Elementary category, you must chose a pin to vote for in Middle and Secondary before submitting your vote.  Voting ends on Sunday, March 18th.

March Channel 180 News Broadcast

The PWS Channel 180 News Team has put together another great broadcast! Please excuse the sound issues, they continue to learn as they go.

Jump Rope for Heart 2018

The Jump Rope for Heart event kicked off this week in Physical Education class with a video about a Heart Hero, Camden, who is 8 years old and was born with a heart condition. Thanks to the kids who have raised donations for the American Heart Association in the past Camden was able to have surgery to help her heart.  
This week in Physical Education class students have discussed heart disease to help students understand why they are raising money for the American Heart Association.  We also hosted the Hip Hoppin’ Hawks jump rope team who performed for us after discussing why we choose heart healthy habits to live healthy lives.
Collection envelopes are going home this week March 5th-9th and must be returned by Friday, March 30th.
Online fundraising is much easier and more efficient since students don't have to remember to hand in money. Mrs. Ferenc has encouraged the students to register online and sign up to choose a healthy heart challenge and ea…