We placed a random monster leg on the stairway to get the students thinking about what the theme could be this year.
We just completed our fall book fair! The air was filled with monsters as students competed in a Monster Mash contest, in which they were asked to create a monster at home out of everyday objects. The students would then vote on their grade level monsters and the winner would receive a gift certificate to the book fair. Take a look at the monsters that were created.
Noah and Nolan were our 1st and 2nd gr. winners.
More Amazing Monsters
Mr. Devine's 6th grade class led the pack for our All for Books Contest. This was a contest where we collected extra money to buy books and materials for the Media Center and the classrooms. Together Summit raised $459.01. This is also a service project because Scholastic will match that amount and donate that amount of books to kids in needy or distressed situations.
Our top contributors to the All for Books got to help mummify the principals on our morning announcements. The principals then visited the classrooms so students could enjoy the MUMMIFICATION! This was a reward for Summit students selling over 1,000 books at the fair. We sold 1556 to be exact. That equals 280,080 minutes read. Congratulations to all!
I love listening to students discuss books from the fair. This is a memory I have from my childhood and I want them to have it also.