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The second-grade TB classes have been busy creating goods to sell at their Market Day, as they learn about economics.

 





Toys for Tots Shopping

Pioneer Park's penny drive raised over $500 to help purchase toys for Toys for Tots! Members of the student council went to Walmart with Mrs. Horne to pick out toys.


Science Fair




4th Grade:

Participants: Clara MacKay, David Saxon, Ethan Frint, Roman Wheeler, Ewan Buss, Mia Pearlman, Ella Hernandez, Daniel Lyttle, Evie Pallak, David Snyder

Earth Science:

2nd place: David Saxon

1st place: Gemma Erickson

Energy: Physical:

1st place: Ethan Frint

Chemistry:

1st place: Mia Pearlman

District representatives:  Gemma Erickson, Ethan Frint, and Mia Pearlman

5th grade:

Participants:  Lily Hughes Kisicky, Nolan Knepper, Aiden Crawford, Isaac Bluemel, Evie Gilfillan, Jerrick Johnke, Claire Power, Dorsett Walters, Noah Huffman, Stella Courtney, Anayah McDonald, Abigail Martin, Karley Dobbin, Olivia Hicks, Maddie Robles, Jude Dixon, Mikaela Hernandez, and Jesenyah Fox

Behavioral Science:

1st place: Lily Hughes Kisicky

Honorable Mention: 

Abigail Martin

Physics: 

Honorable Mention: 

Anayah McDonald 

Materials Science:

Honorable Mention: 

Jerrick Johnke

2nd place: Claire Powers

1st Place: Isaac Bluemel

Biochemistry:

1st place: Mikaela Hernandez

Chemistry:

1st place: Olivia Hicks

District representatives:  Isaac Bluemel, Lily Hughes Kisicky, and Mikaela Hernandez

6th grade:

Participants:   Maggie Dixon, Macy Henschel, Potter Rieman, Case MacKay, Khloe Wilson, Juliana Jeffery, Boden Reiman, Bunther Buckendorf, Konnar Crow, Mikah Robles, Grace Russell, Ethany Frint, Ayden Gamo, Surya Kuchanur, Teagan Carney, Sophie Reynolds, Eli Collins, Emmett Buss, Tess Tearpak, Brody Connell, Braylon Metz, Anna Douglas, and Makenna Tiegs

Materials Science:

1st place: Boden Rieman 

Plant science:

1st place:  Khloe Wilson

Physical Science:

Honorable mention: 

Ayden Gamo & Surya Kuchanur

1st place:  Ethaney Frint

Biochemistry:

1st place:  Brody Connell & Braylon Metz

Animal Sciences:  

1st place:  Anna Douglas

District representatives:  Boden Reiman and Ethaney Frint



Students in Art class have been working on designing and decorating cornhole boards that were generously donated to Pioneer Park’s PE department. When completed we will have 10 fabulous designs to play on in PE!





Pioneer Park Lego Robotic's team earned second place in the state robot games and also won the pit decorating contest.


Pioneer Park Social Committee put together a special treat cart for Holly the Elf to push around to teachers.



Kindergarten students work on their team-building skills during STEM class, stacking cups to build a tower.



Mr. Campbell's sixth-grade class dissected sheep hearts as a part of their science and Ancient Egypt Unit.






Pioneer Parks Lego Robotic's Team placed First at the District Robotic Competition.

Mrs. McKay's sixth-graders celebrated the end of their Egypt unit by sharing elaborate projects at the "Pharaoh's Feast."


Kindergarten pumpkin gallery





Pioneer Park Halloween Fun!




3rd Grade trolley field trip


Mrs. Renner's 2nd-grade class grew kidney beans for their study of plant life cycles and plant needs.

Pioneer Park Spirit Week!

                   Book character day!

Principal Burningham with students in their Harry Potter outfits.

                    Animal Day

   Staff dressed up for historical/decade day.

Kindergarten teachers dress up for spirit week, Rainbow Day

Nurse Nadon shows off her Rainbow Colors with 6th-grade students.

Mrs. Renner's 2nd grade class colored chameleons after reading A Color of His Own by Leo Leonni.

We Rise by Lifting Others!

Pioneer Park First through Sixth grade students created a collaborative installation from hundreds of feathers with inspirational, uplifting messages that spread kindness to others.

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CHEYENNE, WY 82001

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