Mt Vernon Elementary School

What is coding? Coding is what makes it possible for us to create computer software, apps, and websites. If you like building blocks, you will like coding! Students in Grades 1-5...

The focus of this lesson was to teach the students color mixing, craftsmanship with their paining skills, as well as the terms Tint and Shade. Students helped me define the term...

5th Grade Students at Mt. Vernon Elementary School were challenged to learn perspective of drawing a person with legs and arms angled backward, as well as expressing their individuality. They were...

Every morning Mrs Linder takes her students into the multi- purpose room to practice yoga. It is a great way for the students to learn how to focus, relax and get...

We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding...

    Snowflakes on Tongue Grade: 4   This project was not only silly and funny, but gave us an opportunity to change our drawing perspective. We started with a circle...

On Dec. 20, 2017, Mrs. Hood’s 1st Grade at Mount Vernon Elementary School presented two Reader’s Theatre stories to their parents and grandparents. They also shared copies of a book published...

Fifth grader Ryder M. is our “Best of the Bunch” Bananagrams Tournament winner for Mt. Vernon Elementary School.  He and 4th grader Mya J. competed in an exciting championship round.  Ryder...

I CAN CALM MYSELF DOWN, I HAVE THE STRENGTH TO CONTROL MY EMOTIONS! These busy second graders are learning how to regulate their emotions, handle frustrations, realize the control they have...

Did I Do That? Using Videotaped Lessons as a Teaching Tool Susan Lockhart, Literacy Specialist for Mount Vernon and Wayne Elementary Schools, received a MEF Grant of $300.00 for her project,...