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CJ Fox, about 10 hours ago

SENSE CHARTER FAMILY NIGHT Come join teachers, families, and staff as we celebrate an evening of scientific inquiry and discovery. Thursday April 25, 2019 5:00 to 7:00 SENSE Charter School Participate in some fun activities and projects including: - Seed bombs - Carton Planters - Spinners Check our new chicken flock and nature preserve! Feed your stomach while feeding your mind! Free pizza dinner. Be certain to bring money to purchase a rubber duck. $3.00 each for our May 11th duck race! More details to come. Hoping to see you there! CHARLA DE SENTIDO FAMILIA NOCHE Únase a los maestros, las familias y el personal mientras celebramos una noche de investigación científica y descubrimiento. Jueves 25 de abril de 2019. 5:00 a 7:00 SENSE Charter School Participa en algunas actividades y proyectos divertidos que incluyen: - Bombas de semillas - Jardineras de cartón - hilanderos ¡Consulta nuestra nueva parvada de pollos y la reserva natural! ¡Alimenta tu estómago mientras alimenta tu mente! Cena de pizza gratis. Asegúrese de traer dinero para comprar un pato de goma. ¡$ 3.00 cada uno para nuestra carrera de patos del 11 de mayo! Más detalles por venir. Con la esperanza de verte allí! view image

CJ Fox

CJ Fox, 1 day ago

Tonight's soccer game against Enlace Academy is canceled due to bad weather. view image

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CJ Fox, 4 days ago

Sergeant David Gard, from the Southeast District IMPD, came and spoke to our SENSE students, in grades K-3, concerning gun safety using the Eddie Eagle Gun Safe Program. The students were instructed that if they find a gun here is what they are taught do: STOP! Don’t touch. Leave the area. Run away. Tell and adult It is important to talk with your child about gun safety. Whether an adult does or does not own a gun, it is important to know the rules for gun safety. Pictured here is Sargent Gard and Yvonne Navarro, SENSE Office Administrator and SENSE parent. view image

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CJ Fox, 4 days ago

SENSE Charter now has a new Brownie troop that started this Monday. Thirteen 1st grade girls have the opportunity to participate where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls can build character and skills for success in the real world. Pictured here is the Circle and Friendship Squeeze. The Friendship Circle is often formed at the end of meetings or campfires as a closing ceremony. Everyone gathers in a circle; each girl crosses her right arm over her left and then holds hands with the person on each side of her. Once everyone is silent, one girl starts the friendship squeeze by squeezing the hand of the person to her left. One by one, each girl passes on the squeeze until it travels clockwise around the full circle. view image

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