Articles from October 2015

Staff Wins Softball Match Against Students

Desert Meadows hosted their second annual Staff vs Student Softball game. Staff and students were able to compete for the championship. The game was very close and in the last 10 minutes, the students lead the game. The final score was 5-4, making staff the winners for the second year in a row. Good job Bobcats!

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David Glasser Athletic Complex Groundbreaking Celebration Scheduled for November 3

Laveen Elementary School District will hold a groundbreaking celebration for the David Glasser Athletic Complex November 3 at 9:00 a.m. The complex will be built on the site of the old Laveen School at 5001 W. Dobbins.

The new athletic complex will include a football/soccer field and two baseball fields. It will serve the various youth ball clubs of Laveen.

The complex is named in honor of fallen Phoenix Police Officer David Glasser who was killed in the line of duty in 2016 while responding to a burglary call within the Laveen community.

The public is invited to this special event. We ask those attending to R.S.V.P. at the link below for planning purposes.

Yes, I will attend.

 

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Meadows Celebrates Bobcats of the Month

Desert Meadows hosted its first Bobcat of the Month breakfast of the school year. Students are nominated monthly by teachers for their academic and social achievements. Parents were invited to join us in the library for refreshments and donuts to celebrate. Great job Bobcats, keep up the good work!

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Meadows Students Go Paw-to-Paw

Our PAW to PAW program is a platform for middle school students and elementary school students to collaborate. Middle school students visit elementary school classrooms monthly and discuss what it means to be on TRACK (trustworthy, accountable, collaborative, kind). We’ve found this platform to be an amazing way to tear the division in the age groups and create a strong Bobcat community.
Positive behavior throughout campus gives students the opportunity to earn Bobcat bucks from staff members. Middle school students serve as cashiers in the bobcat store. All students have the opportunity to go into the bobcat store, twice a month, and retrieve an item in exchange for their bobcat bucks.
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First Graders Create O’Keefe Inspired Works

Desert Meadows first graders are studying the works of American artist Georgia O’Keefe who is known for her paintings of flowers and landscapes of the Southwest. Students made large pictures of flowers with petals that went off the page.The flowers were then traced with oil pastels and painted with watercolor paint.

 

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