#WelcomeHome, Mrs. Abromaitis! #proudcardinal https://thecountypress.mihomepaper.com/articles/board-president-hired-as-principal-at-dryden-schools/
We are delivering 15 pizzas for the search crew by 12:30 p.m. ♥️ the Dryden Community Schools Staff
Happy #NationalIceCreamDay! What's your favorite flavor, and where's the best place to get ice cream?
Back-to-School Walk-In Immunization Clinics at the Lapeer County Health Department
Monday means a new #proudcardinal summer challenge! Where is your happy place? Extra credit for a photo! #MyHappyPlaceIn5Words
It's time for #proudcardinal summer challenge #2! How did you celebrate Independence Day? Tag us in your post!
Happy #IndependenceDay to our #proudcardinal family!
Our Summer Food Service Program is up and running! Food pick up is in the back of the school due to the work on the sidewalks.
Here's your first #proudcardinal summer challenge! What is your favorite way to relax? Maybe a hammock, pool, or lake? Or just enjoying the air conditioning? Snap a photo and tag us!
Day 1 of the elementary’s summer program was a success!
Happy Father's Day to our #proudcardinal families!
Check out the last Dryden Elementary Newsletter of the year! https://www.smore.com/cxr87-dryden-elementary-school-newsletter
Dryden Community Schools is proud to be participating in the Summer Food Service Program. It starts Thursday, June 17. Food pick up is at the elementary school and can be picked up between 10:30-12:30 for anyone 18 years old and younger.
Thanks to the Four County Community Foundation for supporting our students with materials for this Geometric Design and Scaling Project! The students really became involved in designing and implementing their circle designs. They took to this project and were very excited to be able to apply the properties of circles that we learned during class to their original designs they created. They were tasked with creating an original design on paper using only a compass and straightedge. Once the designs were created, the students then had to decide how to scale their design up to create a copy of their designs on the school lawn. The students also had to come up with a plan to reproduce these designs onto the lawn. This included brainstorming the best way to create a compass and straightedge large enough to draw ten to twenty foot designs on the lawn. The students soon came up with the idea to use dowel rods and string to create the circles and straight lines they would need to reproduce the designs. Armed with a plan, they were off to create art on the lawn.
#proudcardinal students learned about the Spanish tradition of castle building in this Los Castells de Tarragona activity.
Congratulations to the NCTL All-League #proudcardinal Varsity Baseball team members!
This week, elementary students selected up to 6 books to take home for summer reading. Check out how excited they were!
We had a great drive up LEAF Deposit Day yesterday for our K and 1st grade students! Thank you to Elga Credit Union, LCCF, and the LCISD for making this possible! It was great seeing the Money Marvel!
Schedule your free student heart check. Free for all students ages 12-18.
Check out this week's Dryden Elementary School newsletter. https://www.smore.com/p9a2h-dryden-elementary-school-newsletter