On Wednesday, October 23rd, Genoa Elementary held their annual fall math and literacy night, “Booooooooks Are Fun.” Students and their families arrived in costume ready to learn and have some spooky fun! Families interacted together, engaging in various math and reading activities, to promote and encourage learning together. Students created Halloween trading cards; tasted, compared, and described varieties of apples; used estimation to guess candy corn quantities; scoured the building on a Halloween Riddle Scavenger Hunt; to name a few of the activities designed to delight members of the whole family. The highlight of the evening was “Stories Behind the Curtain” where students were entranced, listening to spooky tales spun by kindergarten teacher, Nicole Netzly on our “haunted” gym stage, magically transformed thanks to our PAGE parents. Fun was had by all, and we look forward to our next event in the spring. CLICK HERE TO VIEW A SLIDESHOW FROM MATH AND LITERACY NIGHT!
Latest News for Genoa Elementary
The Perry Gymnastics team wold love for you to joins us on Saturday, November 16th for a fun filled morning of gymnastics. Each child will have time to try all four events (floor, balance beam, uneven bars, and vault) and receive instruction on basic skills from Perry gymnasts. Cost of the clinic is $35 and is open to any girl in kindergarten through sixth grade. CLICK HERE for more information and a registration form.
To ensure the safety of our students and staff, Perry Local Schools will be implementing a new building visitor policy. Effective Monday, October 14th, visitors entering a Perry Local School building must submit a state/federal photo ID to the designated school building employee. Visitors must also sign in and out when entering and exiting a district building. The photo identification will be returned when the visitor signs out to exit the building. Thank you in advance for supporting this security change in order to better protect our students and staff.
Congratulations to the Genoa fourth graders in Miss Shannon Mitchell’s class who won the second annual Global Cardboard Challenge at Malone University on Saturday, October 5th. With help of Mrs. Aimee Sauls students worked in teams to design and create an arcade game using recycled materials. The Global Cardboard Challenge is an annual challenge that invites kids around the world to design and build awesome creations using cardboard, recycled materials and imagination. The challenge culminates in a Global Day of Play on October 5th, marking the 2nd anniversary of the flashmob in the “Caine’s Arcade” short film, bringing communities together to celebrate the creativity and imagination of children around the world. CLICK HERE TO VIEW A SLIDESHOW!