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Curriculum Night a success at FNES


Curriculum Night a success at FNES
Floresville North Elementary School counselor Karissa Jarzombek (l-r), Principal Michael Schroller, and Assistant Principal Laura Bippert don their Cat in the Hat costumes.


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Floresville North Elementary School held a Spring Family Curriculum Night on Feb. 27 for students in third through fifth grades. Parents were invited to campus for a fun-filled evening of discovery and playing educational games with their children. Administrators dressed up like Dr. Seuss to promote Read Across America Spirit Week and Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 3.

FNES school counselor Karissa Jarzombek started off the evening in the library reading Dr. Seuss books. Parents and students then traveled through academic learning sessions, including Creepy Critters, Math Games, Lava Lamps, STAAR Alignment, Science Bingo, Migration, and Think Through Math.
 

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