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4th-grade report – Fourth-graders are looking into classification of organisms and have constructed animal cell models out of Jello, raisins, chocolate malted milk balls and jelly beans. They moved next into the impact of humans on ecosystems and are investigating different forms of pollution and possible solutions. No phones – Keeping children safe is Fulton’s highest priority, and the staff thanks parents for their positive response to the school’s “No Phone Zone.” Calendar


Aug. 20: Family Fun Night Movie Night Aug. 23: Restaurant Night @ Kokomo


Sept. 3: Grandparents Day; Progress Reports go home Sept.14: September Birthday Book Club ––Lisa Shore


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Decades Dance – Fifth-graders host the annual Decade’s Dance from 5 to 7 p.m. on Fri., Aug. 27. Tickets go on sale after school beginning on Mon., Aug. 23 through Fri., Aug. 27, costing $1 each or 25 tickets for $20. Preorders for pizza are due Tue., Aug. 24. Catalog sale – The Fiesta Fundraising Catalog Sale for the PTO runs through Aug. 30. Items will be delivered the week of Sept. 27. Sing out – The Hancock Heat Harmony Chorus rehearses from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. in the Music Room, #15. The Chorus is open to any fourth-, fifth- or sixth-grader who likes to sing; no audition is required. The Chorus’ winter concert is scheduled for Tue., Dec. 14. Additional concerts will be scheduled throughout the semester. Music notes – The World Drumming Club meets during lunch recess and is open to all fifth- and sixth-grade students. Members learn to play music from around the world on authentic instruments from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean, and will play at various places around campus throughout the year. Making the grade – For the fourth year, Hancock received the highest rating of “Excelling” in the Arizona Learns school ratings. Hancock appreciates all that its teachers, staff and parents do for the school to make the grade. Celebrity visit – ABC15’s “Summer of Science” visited Mrs. Stow and Mrs. Lopez’s kindergarten classes. ABC15 Meteorologist Rich Dahlquist showed curious students a cool, at-home science project. Tax credit – Consider donating to the school through the tax credit program. Up to $400 can be donated for married couples or $200 for singles. Donations can be broken down into increments for budget purposes. Tax credit donations can also be charged on a credit card. —Suzanne Incorvaia


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KINDIELAND: Fulton Kindergarten students have been learning about shapes and colors the first few weeks of school. Avery Nellos is shown looking for shapes in her environment.


SOAKING WET: When a recent afternoon monsoon storm hit just as school was dismissed, every teacher ran out to help get children into their cars and busses, and safely back with their parents. Shown dripping wet, the teachers proved their dedication to their students by not letting a little rainwater stop them.


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