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TJES Tidbits: Science Fair - Ski Trip - Shake Up - Speaker
1 February 2005

Student skiing

      The North Dakota Native American Science Fair was held on Monday, January 17, 2005. TJES sent fifteen students from grade 4-8 to complete. Students competing were: Grade 4- Amy LaBlanc, Byron Everett, Marissa Crazy Thunder; Grade 5-Michael Cooley, Preston Smith, Cole Carlson; Grade 6-Alysha Crazy Thunder, Michelle Cooley; Grade 7-Shanese Parisien, Alyssa Elk Shoulder, Cassancra Saucedo; and Grade 8-Joshua Mountain, Francis Cubois, James, Ducois, Jaron Noisy Hawk. Judges evaluated each project according to: 1) Creative Ability; 2) Scientific Approach, 3) Thoroughness, 4) Skill and 5) Clarity.

Painting soccerballs
Four TJES students were awarded medals: Michael Cooley-3rd place in Engineering; Joshua Mountain-3rd place in Earth & Space Science; JaronNoisy Hawk-3rd place in Engineering and James Dubois-1st place in Earth & Space Science. Gold medalist James Dubois will advance to complete in the National American Indian Science & Engineering Fair, held in Albuquerque, New Mexico in March. Congratulation to all!

Another student skiing

      Every year TJES has a local science fair, and it's never too early for students and parents to be planning for the next Science Fair. TJES staff has access to books about Science Fair projects, ask if you'd like ideas for the TJES 2005 Science Fair.

Happy students

      On February, 21, Grades 4, 5, 6. 7. & 8 traveled to Huff Hills for their annual TJES ski trip. We understand a good time was had by all as indicated by the pictures. Ask our students about their experience with skiing!

      We encourage all TJES students and their families to attend the February Parent Breakfast to be held February 9th from 7:45 to 8:15 at the UTTC Cafeteria. We hope to see you there.

Student making shapes

      Saturday Shake-Up was held on January 29th. Students meet at the TJES Elementary School at 10:00 AM for a fun filled day. The younger students began activities by listening to The Greedy Triangle, which was about shapes and designs. Students then made their own shapes and designs with marshmallows, straws, and pretzels. Ask our students about some of the designs they made. After students made designs on paper, they then began painting their designs onto their very own soccer balls! While the paint dried, students had a sack lunch and then traveled to Midway Lanes to bowl. It was reported a good time was had by all!

 

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