Student Council candidates presented their speeches on Friday afternoon in front of their student peers. Twenty-seven candidates spoke to the students telling them why they felt they were the best candidate, asking for their vote on Wednesday, May 31st, All candidates did a fantastic job! Good luck to all!
Fifth Grade students at Bennett have the opportunity to join a "Lunch Bunch Book Club!" The book club meets on Wednesdays at 12:15 in the library. The fifth graders voted on the books that they wanted to read. Each week there is so much conversation around the book that it's hard to get them to stop talking! Imagine that .....fifth graders that excited about a book?! The energy is amazing and parents (guardians) have been invited to join the group in the library. We finished our first book Rain Reign .... and now onto the next! Read Read Read!.....select the link above for more
It’s Poem in Your Pocket Day! Poetry was all a buzz in Bennett as each student shared poetry throughout the day. They had a great time experiencing poetry in different ways. Poems lined the sidewalks throughout the day; graffiti boards in our hallways invited students to write favorite lines of poetry and some poems have even been found for reading material in bathroom stalls! What fun we had celebrating literacy! .....select the link above for more
The results of the homework survey are in the attached Power Point as a PDF document. I would like to thank all of those who participated and celebrate the change that has occurred from this shared input. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the principal, Mr. Gabriel Buono.....select the link above for more
Drama Club presented Complaint Department and Lemonade on Friday, April 7th. It was produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Denver, Colorado. Congratulations to all the students for a performance well done.....select the link above for pictures
In social studies, our 6th graders have been studying Ancient Egypt. Ancient Egypt was one of the longest lasting civilizations in the history of the world. We learned about the Ancient Egypt time periods, their religion, and everyday life. Their greatest natural resource was the Nile River which provided fish, transportation, and an annual flood that fertilized the land for growing good crops. During our studies we examined the architecture of pyramids and other ancient buildings.....select the link above for more
Artwork by fourth grade students from Bennett Elementary will be on display through the month of May in the library's community room gallery. Inspired by the life and artwork of John James Audubon, this project was organized by art teacher Roberta Ziemba.....select the link above for more
Student Government Officer Elections for the school year 2017-2018 will take place in May. The following timeline will be followed for elections ...
application in pdf form (type able)
Do you have a stack of books your child no longer wants or reads? Please consider donating them to Bennett's annual Book Boogie summer reading giveaway. Just drop off books to the Bennett office, to any reading teacher, or in Ms. Szakmary's office next to the cafeteria. Please mark the bag "Book Boogie." Thank you!
Special note for 6th Graders:
Ms. Mayone and the 6th grade team are missing many titles from their classroom libraries. Please return any of their books to them as soon as possible so others may enjoy reading them.
Protecting Children Against Child Abuse - Report Child Abuse:
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM BN PTA End of Year Potluck
3:45 PM BN PTA Meeting
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM BN 6th Grade Moving Up