Kingston Elementary students "travel" to other countries, make snow flakes for CHKD, enjoy Barnes and Noble book fair

December 19, 2017

Quinn Anderson, Anna Egerton, Steven Christopher and Joe Pickering work with Mrs. Cherry to make traditional Mexican crafts. (Courtesy photo.)


Kingston first-graders "visit" Mexico, Italy, Philippines


First grade students at Kingston Elementary School, located in the city's Little Neck area, recently made suitcases and passports so they could “travel” around the world to learn about holiday traditions in other countries. They visited Israel, Mexico, Italy and the Philippines. Each first grade classroom was transformed into a different country and students learned about traditional celebrations, played games and made crafts.  




Najma Mohammed, Quinn Aunapu, Grace McVey and Hailey Lortscher show off the snowflakes they made. (Courtesy photo.)


Kingston second-graders make snowflakes for CHKD


Students from Mrs. Daves' second grade class recently made snowflakes to hang in the activity room at the Children’s Hospital of the Kings Daughters.




Ms. Nye, LMS, and Mrs. Schoeffel, ITS, pose with Kingston AP Mr. Baker, dressed as a cougar, the Kingston mascot. (Courtesy photo.)


Ms. Klee, a fifth grade teacher at Kingston, reads a book to students at the Barnes and Noble event. (Courtesy photo.)  


Book Fair Night at Barnes and Noble turned out great


Kingston’s recently held Barnes and Noble Book Fair night was a success! Students and their families were able to listen the fifth grade strings and chorus, work on holiday crafts, hear books read by teachers and get gifts wrapped, all while supporting Kingston!


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