Florence Elementary Students attend virtual Fuel Up to Play 60 Health Conference
Florence Elementary Students attend virtual Fuel Up to Play 60 Health Conference
Florence Elementary 6th Grade D.A.R.E. Graduation
Florence Elementary 6th Grade D.A.R.E. Graduation
Florence Elementary Students take art class outside
Florence Elementary Students take art class outside
Florence Elementary Art studentstake art class outside
Florence Elementary students take art class outside
Florence 5th & 6th Grade students in front of Lambeau Field Atrium.
Florence Elementary participated in the Fuel Up to Play 60 Wisconsin Student Ambassador Reward Summit at Lambeau Field.
Florence Teacher Kim Cook, Stephanie Tomczak, Green Bay Packer Mason Crosby and Florence Elementary 5th & 6th Grade Students
Florence Elementary participated in the Fuel Up to Play 60 Wisconsin Student Ambassador Reward Summit at Lambeau Field.
Florence Fire Department dress student if fire fighting gear
Florence Elementary Students learn about fire safety
Florence Elementary Students Paint Rocks
Florence Elementary Student
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New Art Teacher

By: Breyer & Phoenix

Mrs. Ellis is the new art teacher at Florence School.  This is her nineteenth year teaching, and before she came to Florence, she taught in many different schools in Green Bay.  The last school that she taught at was a school that had a large population of students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. She doesn’t have any kids of her own or any pets, but she does have a lot of houseplants at her home and at school.  She loves to read, hike, kayak, and create art (which is probably pretty obvious). She also has a large collection of art and art collectables and likes to collect rocks. Her favorite restaurant is Spiros. She does not have a  favorite store, she likes to shop at any local store. Her favorite animal is Elephant. 

 
So far, her favorite thing about Florence Elementary is that she loves the people. The staff members have all been very kind and helpful. The students are really pushing themselves to create amazing works of art. Also, she is looking forward to seeing our Bobcat artists grow & looking forward to brightening up our school with your artwork. Her favorite drinks are decaf lattes and water. And her favorite snack is jelly beans. Her favorite sports team is the Florence Bobcats. Her favorite book is Chasing Vermeer. She also enjoys summer weather!

Florence Elementary Clubs

 

The Food Club

By: Abby T

The Food Club is run by Mrs. Holsworth, and the kids that are in the Food Club include Kelsi
Chrisman, Piper Pauly, Aiden Lindow, Zoey Kost, Leah Baker, Callie Reed, Louise Millan, and Lucian Treece. 

Last month in the Food Club, they made something called a brain smoothie, which includes 1 1/2 cups of vanilla yogurt, 1 cup of milk, 1 medium avocado, 2 cups of half strawberries, 1 sliced banana, one cup of blueberries, 1 cup fresh spinach, and 1/2 cup of carrots.  They gave a rating for this treat a 10 out of 10.  What I think is truly amazing is that they didn't even waste any of their leftover smoothies. They made a smoothie sundae, which includes all the ingredients that go in the Smoothie, plus chocolate chips and fudge.

 

Picture of mini van and dog next to a houseMost Common Pets at Florence Elementary:

By: Chloe and Ana

              Have you ever wondered if you are the only one with a certain kind of pet? Maybe your pet is an axolotl or even a  hippo. We have had everyone take a survey and the most common pet in the school is actually a dog with an outstanding number of 121, and cats coming right on their wagging tails with a number of 78! What a big number! 

Do you think nobody has fish? Well, actually 40 people have fish! In 4th place, there are rabbits with an amazing number of 37, and chickens right on their fluffy little tails with an amazing 34! I guess a lot of peeps have chickens! Right behind the chickens, we have hamsters with a number of 24! 


Scurrying right down the line are lizards, geckos, and salamanders with a low number of 16--amazing pets! It is a shame that there aren't a lot of them as pets. Snakes, with a number of 15, are slithering right behind them! Do you live with cows? Well, 13 people do! Birds...Once again an amazing pet but only 12 people with birds.  Horses are galloping right behind them with a number of 10!


Are you afraid of spiders? Well, 8 people aren’t for sure! Sheep are baaaa-ing away with a number of only 6! Ducks are a quacking with a number of 5! Deer aren't jumping as high as they should be with a number of 4! There is a 3-way tie between guinea pigs, pigs, and goats with a number of 3. Another tie between turkeys and squirrels who have a number of 2! And in last place, the rarest pets of all a tie......Are you ready for it? Axolotl rat, bluejay, and snail all with a number of one!

Igauana

 

Motor CyclistDirt Bikes

By: Ronnie

The two different types of engines are two-stroke and four-stroke. Four-stroke engines have more low-end torque than two-stroke engines and two-stroke
engines have more high-end torque than four-stroke engines. The brands that make the two-wheeled beasts are Suzuki,
Yamaha, Husqvarna, KTM, Kawasaki and Honda. There's a sprocket that turns a chain, and the chain spins the rear wheel to make the dirt bike move forward. The main part of the dirt bike is the frame, which holds the dirt bike together, especially the engine. The tires are an important part too, of course. The tires have big lumpy treads on them, which pretty much makes the dirt bike look aggressive.

You need to be skilled to ride a dirt bike and balance on the machine.  Also to go riding, you need a full set of riding gear, including a helmet and a set of riding boots.  If you're skilled enough you could ride in freestyle, motocross, and even supercross, and you could also be sponsored. Sponsors are brands that want you to use such as FMF, Big Gun, ProTaper, Pro Circuit, Renthal, and others. 

Horses: What You Need for Horses and How to Take Care of Them

By: Julia

If you think you might want to get a horse, these are some things that you should think about getting:

· Feed (and there are different types of feed)

· Tack - like saddle, bridle, saddle pad, girth, reins

· What you need for grooming: a hard brush, soft brush, curry comb, mane and tail brush, hoof pick, sweat scraper, pitchfork and wheel barrel, treats like carrots and apples, toys, water bucket, feed bucket, blanket, fly sheets, mask, spray, groom box for brushes, fan, lead lines, hay nets, helmet, riding pants, boots, two-sided massage groomer, any type of bit

· Bathing supplies: spray bottles, grooming gloves, sponges, face finishing, detangler, spot whitener (not needed), two-sided massage groomer, bucket, grass stain remover, wash wand for shorter people.

Horses

 

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