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The Young Fives students spend time in class doing "Busy Boxes", which are portable instructional activities that the students work on to develop various skills and review concepts explored in class. They include alphabet practice, sensory activities, math patterns, Geoboards, fine motor practice, coloring, and more! There one box per student and these boxes rotate throughout the months so each child has a chance to explore each Busy Box. Young Fives offers an excellent opportunity for your child to develop and practice skills, taught or shown in Preschool, as a way for them to gain more confidence in their skills and in their abilities as learners. We are currently enrolling students in our Young Fives class for the 2023/24 school year. ... See MoreSee Less

Do you want to build a snowman? The second graders had a great time with our new snow building a snowman, for fun of course, but also to explore the scientific method and different states of matter.
It was fun to make the snowmen outdoors, then bring them indoors for observations.
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What an amazing and special night for our dads/special “him’s” and daughters. The gym was packed for a beautiful evening of dancing, games, treats, and priceless memories! 💕 Thank you to PTF and so many others who made this night possible. ... See MoreSee Less

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Looks like so much fun!!! Good job to all who put that together!!!

So much fun!!

Thanks to everyone who worked hard to make this happen!

First grade Spanish immersion combined their love for recycling with their love for the community by creating a recycled art craft to share with residents at Christian Haven Home. Students created art projects, wrote “how to” books, shared those books, and played games with residents. What a great way to be community builders! The art projects will remain on site for the residents to enjoy. ... See MoreSee Less

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This was so special ❤️!


Great activity!

Fifth graders earned money to buy materials to make tie blankets for kids that are entering emergency foster care. They are excited to be making them for the Covered in Love pantry, which is part of Forest Park Covenant Church in Muskegon. ... See MoreSee Less

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They are all beautiful! Thanks for your service and sharing the love of God!so

How special! ❤️. B

How wonderful! Loved this school when I attended there.

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