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step 1 enter your name

step 2 then click either mouse or shrimp

step 3 eat orange circles to get bigger and turn into diffrent animals

step 4 survive to get the best animal ever


Summer Reading by: Lylah

Summer isn’t far away and you are going to need to read over the summer so you can keep being smart.  Over the summer reading should be very fun so I suggest you choose a book that you enjoy, and that is at your reading level so you can read it very easily.  It can be sometimes very hard to find a book you like, so what I do is that I remember what the last book I read and relate it another book or I ask a libraran to help me.   Summer reading is very important so you also need to take it seriously.  Summer reading is fun and interesting so I suggest you do it over the warm summer, and have a amazing and fun filled summer!

Zones of Regulation Signs by Dallas


The sign’s outside of the cafeteria and including every room in the school. If your a teacher you might even have these sign’s in your room (Mrs.Girbino room). There are 4 sign’s in each room of the school. One sign is the blue sign which means you are sad or upset and the hand motion is your thumb in your palm and 4 fingers 

The next one is the color red which means angry or mad. And the next color is Green this color is what you should be in every day. It means happy and nice. The hand motion or that is your thumb and first finger with your 3 fingers in a fist. and the two fingers moving. Yellow is the next color which means really excited and misbehaving with laughing. The hand signal for that was your pinky up and your thumb up with your 3 fingers forming a fists down and shake your hand side-ways.

Writing in Code

Writing in Code

hï ∈∇∈ßݺñ∈! It is hard to type a code with special characters, like I just did. But the code I typed was an easy one. However, in case you couldn’t figure it out, it says, “Hi everyone!” Yup, it’s me, Anne Onymus. Sorry I was out for some time. I was in (removed for identity reasons) for a  (also removed for identity reasons). Anyway, back to work. Here are some links on how to develop secret codes.


My secret identity:

Zezmgrpz X!

To decipher the above, go to:


Well, –. — – / – — / –. — .-.-.- / –. — — -.. / .-.. ..- -.-. -.- .-.-.-

That is Morse Code.


Lemonade Stand by Luke

Leighton Elementary is holding a lemonade sale to raise money. The money is going to go and help a few different foundations. The first foundation is ALSF (or Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation) is the one that started the lemonade stands and the reason why is to stop childhood cancer. The second foundation wants to find a cure for Downs Syndrome, the name of the foundation is called The Upside of Downs. The final foundation is called Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and they are trying to stop Cystic Fibrosis. If you buy lemonade, your money will go to one of these three foundations. No, we don’t have grapes.

Goat and a Pig Summer Vacation By Mackenzie

“Ring!” The bell rang. Goat and Pig raced outside. “School is over!” Pig exclaimed. They ran home too Pig’s aunts. They knocked on the door, “Guys guess what?” Pig’s aunt yelled. “What?” Goat asked, eagerly. “You two are going to Hollywood!” She said. Pig and Goat eyes widened. “Seriously as in Hollywood Stars, Hollywood?” Goat asked. “Yep!” “When?” Goat and Pig said at the same time. “Tomorrow!” Pig’s aunt said. Goat and Pig screamed in excitement. “Pack your bags!” She said chucking their small duffel bags. “Good luck!” She said. “What do you mean ‘good luck?'” Goat asked. “You are going to Hollywood to me on a hit TV show, Survive.” Pig’s aunt said. Her smile faded when she realized Goat and Pig’s faces were long. “What’s wrong?”

“Survive, is a horrifying show! I mean it is awesome to watch, but still! You are off the grid for a weekend, can’t bring anything except water, food and clothes. I mean no Phones! I would die!” Pig complained. “I’m sorry, but once you sign up, there is no going back.” Pig’s aunt said. “Well we did not sign up.” Goat said. Pig’s aunt facial expression was mixed with guilt and worry. “Auntie you didn’t.” Pig said. “I’m sorry you guys always talk about how cool the show is and I thought it would be a good gift for you to be on it, so I signed you up.” Pig’s aunt said. “Do we have to?” Pig complained. Pig’s aunt reluctantly nodded. “There is no way we are doing this!” Goat said.

The next day

“I can’t believe we are doing this.” Goat complained. “We are so dead.” Pig said staring at the sign ‘Survive’ it read. “Goat and Pig.” A animal in a black suit said. “Here.” They unwillingly said. “Okay I am Cow. I will need your phones and other electronics.”

“Why cruel universe.” Pig whined as he handed over his phone. Goat frowned as well. “Okay guys stand over here.” There was a long line of animals. “Okay guys remember you are stuck in this arena. Unleash the humans!” Another animal said. “Humans! Oh my gosh! They are so wild and exotic!” Someone yelled in the croud. “Now run! And… Action.”

“Ah!” Goat and Pig ran. The exotic humans crawled on the floor and grabbed Pig! “It is okay! Leave without me!” Pig said. Goat did not hesitate to leave his friend in the dust. “Wait I didn’t mean it get back here!” Goat went back and tried to pull him free. But the humans caught up and grabbed Goat. Goat and Pig were dragged by the humans.

To Be Continued……

How to Watercolor By Haaris S.

Watercolor paint is very fun, if you know how to water-color, and know how much water you need. First, you need to get a cup of water to wet the paint and clean off your brush with. Then, you add paint on your paint brush. After that, you dip your paint brush in water and make sure that your paint brush is wet enough so the paint will go on your paper. We are watercoloring in fourth grade art right now, and also for Language Arts reports.

Here is a great site to get you started: https://www.artforkidshub.com/how-to-paint-with-watercolor-for-kids/

American Greetings Coming to Classes by: Chris

An American Greetings team came to 2 classes in each grade. The team came to mine and taught us how to make cards. They gave you supplies and you make any card you wanted for whoever you wanted. Some of the cards students made were birthday cards, Mother’s Day cards, and even a Harry Potter card. 

here is an app for designing cards (and infographics): Canva

Interview with Mrs. Curry. By Austin N.

Q. 1. How long have you been a counselor

A. 10 years

Q. 2. How long have you been in the Aurora school district?

A. 8 years.

Q. 3. What is the strangest thing you’ve encountered?

A. I haven’t really encountered anything “strange”.

Q. 4. How many incidents have you encountered?

A. This year : 10. Overall : Over a hundred.

Q. 5. What are some problems you’ve seen while being a counselor?

A. Friendship problems, problem-solving and boy/girl drama, to name a few.

Q. 6. Have you ever seen someone being arrested for bullying?

A. While I was a social working, yes.

Q. 7. Do you encourage students to get in-between fights to try and stop them?

A. No.

Q. 8. Why?

A. It is unsafe for them, they should use the S.A.F.E strategy.

Q. 9. Whats your favorite candy?

A. Tootsie Roll.

Doggie Birthday Cake by: Halley

Today I am going to teach you how to make a doggie birthday cake. Before we start make sure you set your oven to 350 & have an adult monitoring the use of the oven.

For extra-safe suggestions for homemade treats check out–https://www.personalcreations.com/blog/dog-cake-recipes

First add your ½ cup flour, 1TSP of baking soda and 1 egg then mix well. When that is done mixing, add ¼ cup of applesauce and ¼ cup peanut butter. Mix that with the flour, baking soda, and egg.  When that is done mixing, put the mixture into the round baking  pan, but before you do, spray the pan with “Pam”. Put the cake in the oven for ten minutes. While it is baking, get a bowl, and add one block of cream cheese and 2 TBSP (tablespoons) of honey. Stir and put on cake.


  •  ½ cup Flour                                           
  • 1TSP Baking soda                                 
  • 1 egg                                                        
  • ¼ cup applesauce                                  
  • ¼ cup peanut butter                             
  • block of cream cheese                         
  • 2 TBSP of honey                                   



  • Baking tray
  • Pam
  • Mixing bowl
  • Spatula
  • knife