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Second Grade Students Tracking Flat Stanley

Bayshore Christian School (BCS) elementary teachers focus on keeping learning fun for our students. In Mrs. Levine's second grade classroom, students read the book Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown. In this story, Stanley is flattened when a bulletin board falls on him, but never fear as this provides opportunities for endless adventures for Stanley, including traveling the world in an envelope! 

Our students made their own versions of Flat Stanley to send to a relative or friend. We hope each person who receives Flat Stanley will send a postcard or e-mail back to BCS, so our students can track his adventures. As a part of Mrs. Levine's social studies curriculum, students will be mapping Flat Stanley's travels and researching the areas he visits.

Young Scientists In Bayshore Christian Prekindergarten

At Bayshore Christian School (BCS) we afford our youngest students the same holistic approach to education as our high school students preparing for college. We offer a full-day prekindergarten for children ages two through four with a systematic, developmentally appropriate approach to learning. Our curriculum is unique to BCS, as we utilize an approach that puts the focus on fun, all the while preparing our students for the next steps in elementary classrooms.

Mrs. Lipke's two year old classroom exemplifies this student-focused approach to learning. Her students studied the water cycle in science, then conducted an experiment that utilized math skills, too! Here we see a few of our youngest students counting rain drops and enjoying their hands-on science studies.

If you have an interest in learning more about our prekindergarten and elementary programs, please contact our early childhood and lower division principal, Angie Bailey.