Monday, November 30, 2020

Slideshow: CES Fall 2013 Field Trip

On Thursday, Oct. 17 Carroll Elementary fourth graders attended a field trip to the Dallas World Aquarium. The visit concluded lessons on Ecosystems including food chains and food webs. The students were able to participate in a real life experience of the ecosystems. Below are photos of the field trip provided by Carroll Elementary School.



The Giving Spirit at Carroll Elementary

Carroll Elementary made the holidays brighter for 140 children through Christmas is for Children.

CES kindergarten teacher Mrs. Meacham and her class adopted a holiday “angel” again this year. The recipient is a 6 year old boy.  All students helped with purchasing items and wrapping them for the child.

The photo slideshow below features pictures from the Christmas is for Children drive as well as snapshots from Mrs. Meacham’s class.

Classroom Feast for Carroll Kindergarteners

Students at Carroll Elementary School enjoyed a special lunch last month.

Kindergarten students in Mrs. Meacham and Ms. Small’s classes shared a classroom feast just before the Thanksgiving break.

The students learned the story of the first Thanksgiving, including the arrival of the Pilgrims on the Mayflower. All of the students took part in role playing by dressing up in costume.

Carroll Elementary Artist Wins Prize

Artwork by Presley Baldwin, 2nd Grade CES

A Carroll ISD student will have her artwork featured in a 12-month calendar printed and distributed by the Texas General Land Office.

The Texas Coast Children’s Art Contest named Presley Baldwin a winner in this year’s event. Her drawing (pictured right) of two sea creatures was selected as a finalist in the contest. Presley is a second grader at Carroll Elementary School.

Presley and 39 other finalists will receive a ticket to the Texas State Aquarium in Corpus Christi, two all-day passes to Schlitterbahn Waterpark in New Braunfels, two tickets to the permanent exhibit hall at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, a certificate of recognition and prizes from the Texas General Land Office.

Contest judges reviewed over 4,000 entries and picked 10 winners in each of the four categories: kindergarten, first-grade and second-grade, third-grade and fourth-grade, and fifth-grade and sixth-grade. The grand prize winner was a fifth grade student from Dallas.

Presley Baldwin, art contest winner

The annual contest is organized through the Texas General Land Office’s Adopt-A-Beach program. The contest began in 1996 to mark the 10th anniversary of the Adopt-A-Beach program. The competition encourages Texas students to learn more about the Texas coast and express what they have learned in their art. Click here to view all the winning artwork.

The artwork of all 40 finalists will be on display in the State Capitol’s South Central Gallery from 3 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22 until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29.

For more information contact the Texas General Land Office at 1-877-TXCOAST or visit their website at www.texasadoptabeach.org.