Throughout the month of February students at Morgan Kincaid have been learning about famous black Americans in history in honor of Black History Month. The messages of equality, compassion, and respect were delivered through the reflections on the impact made over time by famous black Americans at an assembly performed by various classes. The students found the assembly to be inspiring, entertaining, and educational.
Fun was had by all at Morgan Kincaid's Family Science Night. Science fair projects were on display, winners were announced, and science based activities were available for students and families to participate in.
Students at Morgan Kincaid learned about the right to vote in the United States. With a polling place at the school students were inquisitive and teachers responded with books about Election Day, activities, and even a mock election.
Morgan Kincaid kicked off Red Ribbon Week with a BMX assembly. Wheels of Freestyle came to Morgan Kincaid to help deliver the message of the importance of staying drug free and treated students and staff to a show of their skills.
The Rotary Club of Adelanto recognizes two Adelanto Elementary School District students, one on the third Wednesday and one on the fourth Wednesday of each month, throughout the school year. The students must meet at least one of the following criteria in order to be nominated for the S.T.A.R. award, "Striving To Achieve Results":
Literacy Night at Morgan Kincaid was a success. Guest readers including Trustee Jones, Trustee Glasper, and Dr. Gomez came and read to families. Students were able to purchase books from the book fair or win a free book at our book walk. Students also toured the campus as walking book reports and shared their love of reading.
Morgan Kincaid students and staff celebrated Black History Month with an assembly that was both educational and engaging. Student and guest performers gave the audience a glimpse at history emphasizing the importance of the civil rights movement and highlighting famous Black Americans. Mrs. McKenzie gave a portrayal of life before the civil rights movement. Mr.
Family Science Night at Morgan Kincaid was a huge success. Activities included rocket building and moon rock viewing. The moon rocks were on loan from NASA. Science Fair Project Awards were given including special awards from Boeing, Mojave Water Agency, and the Air Quality Management District.
This session is for teachers from: MKP, ERE, VME, DFB, WC, CMS, and MLMS
Melva Davis on Mon, Feb 8th, teachers in grades 3-8 who attended training to score the ICA's and would like additional support to score.