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We are still posting lots of pictures and events!  Follow us on Twitter @SES_Scouts and Like our Steekee Elementary School community page on Facebook to see snapshots of daily events at the school.  This website will continue to host our updated calendar of events and links to many resources you may need.


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*Muffins with Mom -- Monday 3/2/15, 7:15-8:00 in the Multi-Purpose Room.
**Yearbook pre-orders extended to Friday 3/6/15.  Save money and guarantee you will get a copy with a pre-order!!
***The 3rd 9-Weeks grading period has been extended to Friday, 3/20/15.

We are back on a regular schedule starting Monday, 3/2/15.  See you at school :) !!!
Muffins with Mom
Event Update:  

We are moving Muffins with Mom one week later to Monday, March 2.  We hope you are staying safe and warm!
No School
Loudon County Schools will be closed on Thursday, January 29 and on Friday, January 30 due to illness.

School and all normal activities will resume on Monday, February 2.

International Skype
The 3rd and 4th grade students were able to Skype Mr. Feezell all the way from China. We were able to ask Mr. Feezell questions about their education system and cutlure. We know Mr. Feezell misses us very much, but we hope he is enjoying China! 


Costume Parade
After meeting in the hallway for our Friday pledge time, students participated in a short Costume Parade before going about their business of learning.  We had a great day!  Stay safe this weekend...

1st Grade

Mrs. Willis' first graders display their pumpkin projects.
Assembly and Pink Day
Enjoy these pictures of Pink Out Day, Science Fair winners, Carnival Ticket Sales winners, and Special Olympics bowling.

Ms. Jenkins' Class

2015 Carnival Video Contest
Congratulations to First Grade, the 2014 Winners!!!

Vote for your favorite video.  All 6 videos are listed together below.  See you on October 3 at the Carnival!


Flu Mist for students will be Monday, October 6

Fall Pictures will be Wednesday, October 8

PK/K Carnival Video
Voting starts this afternoon (September 30)!  

Enjoy our final video below.  All videos will be placed in order on our site for your convenience so you can watch them all and vote for your favorite!

1st Grade Carnival Video

Check back for a new video each week in the 2014 Carnival Video Challenge.  Voting begins September 30 for the best grade level video.  Enjoy!

Carnival Video Contest - 3rd Grade Video
3rd Grade Carnival Video

Check back for a new video each week in the 2014 Carnival Video Challenge.  Voting begins September 30 for the best grade level video.  Enjoy!

3rd Graders Helping SES
Natalie and Aspen participated in the carnival kickoff celebration.  Both girls have already sold enough tickets to spin the prize wheel.  We will see you at the Carnival on October 3!

Sweet Math
Mrs. Huff's class enjoyed division with candy corn.


Fun with STEM

Students in Mrs. Ratledge's Monday group were given the task of building a free standing structure using 20 spaghetti sticks, string, tape and a marshmallow.  The structure had to be able to support the marshmallow on top. STEM projects include principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

Steekee Pride Day


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Steekee Elementary -- Official Community Page -- Click Here

We have created a Community page and linked it to our Twitter account (@SES_scouts) to help you stay informed and see all the great things happening in our school.  Our page is not a discussion forum, but rather a place to showcase positive happenings and getting out important information.  We welcome your positive comments on our posts.  Like us, and enjoy!


Ms. Turpin's 4th Grade
Fourth graders in Ms. Turpin's English/Language Arts class practiced using their newly acquired vocabulary to tell their partners about their favorite Spirit Week dress up day- Princess and Pirate Day! 

Pajamas, Pirates, and Princesses -- Carnival Spirit Week


Decade Day -- Carnival Spirit Week


Western Day -- Carnival Spirit Week


Science is Kool
4th Graders in Mrs. Lorenz's class studied scientific methodology and data collection through a Kool Aid experiment.  Using data collection and reasoning skills, they "perfected" their formulas and each group submitted a sample for a blind taste test with the Prinicpal and SRO officer.  You are sure to enjoy the pictures of the students as they tasted their own drinks early in the process.


Carnival Spirit Week 2014
We are excited to announce our Fall Carnival Kick-Off Rally Friday, August 29, 2014! Leading-up to our carnival rally, students are invited and encouraged to dress-up daily. Below is a day-by-day theme:
Monday, Aug. 25Western Day
Tuesday, Aug. 26Decade Day (tie dye, 70’s, etc. Choose your favorite decade.)
Wednesday, Aug. 27Pajama/Hat Day
Thursday, Aug. 28Pirate/Princess Day (Students may dress up as pirate or a princess)
Friday, Aug. 29Steekee Pride Day (Steekee clothes, GO GREEN-as much as possible-be creative!)

Finally, on Friday each student will gather in the gym for the Fall Carnival Rally. Students will be given exciting information regarding ticket sales and prize incentives. Tickets and prize incentive newsletter will be going home Friday, August 29th along with important Carnival information.
Thanks in advance for your help and support!

Our youngest Scouts are already loving their school!

5th Science
Fifth grade has been learning about cells.  They have been discovering the similarities and differences between plant cells and animal cells.  

The students completed drawings of these two types of cells where they specified each of the main organelles by labeling and coloring.
5th Grade
Students learned about character traits. We discussed that good writers include great details in their illustrations and writing.

Parents used those details to decide which selfie and paragraph matches their child's characteristics.

Mr. Marvin Feezell from SES, Mrs. Stacey Ridenour from LES, and FLMS student Mark Ridenour joined a team to travel to Guatemala at the end of June to train teachers and help students in an orphanage.  Money raised by Steekee students during the 2013-14 school year purchased school supplies and two wireless tablets to benefit this sister school in Comalapa, Guatemala.  Those items were delivered on the trip and are pictured in the slideshow below.  Director Norma Rodriguez was grateful to the point of tears to Steekee Elementary and Loudon County for their efforts to help her students.  If you scroll down the page you will see pictures of her visit to our school earlier this year to learn about American schools, in the process making a connection with SES students and teachers.  This partnership has allowed our students to make a positive impact on the world by helping others.  We are very proud of our Scouts and all Loudon County students and personnel who serve others in the classrooms, in their communities, and around the world.


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