Mr. Traywick visited Mrs. Pahcoddy's class and read The Night Before Christmas.
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Veteran's Day Fall read-a-thon Parent Night was a huge success! Clifford visits Book Fair Spider Man visits Sunset Mrs. Tallent's Quest for the Best Contest
Mrs. Tallent's Quest for the Best Contest Mrs. Tallent's Quest for the Best Contest Mrs. Tallent's Quest for the Best Contest Mrs. Tallent's Quest for the Best Contest Mrs. Tallent RAWK'n Mrs. Johnson's Students for cafeteria excellence Mrs. Tallent RAWK'n Mrs. Johnson's Students for cafeteria excellence Mrs. Taylor's class being RAWK'd for cafeteria behavior Mrs. Lewis' class is enjoying a hands on lesson about 3D shapes. Sunset Elementary's read a thon was a huge success, we raised $5,436. Thank you Anadarko Masonic Lodge #21 for your help. We are purchasing a new handwriting curriculum for next school year. Box tops winners for the month of February are Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Harlan in kindergarten Box tops winners for the month of February are Mrs. Hendricks and Mrs. Smith in first grade. January perfect attendance awards kindergarten students January perfect attendance awards first grade students Vern Stidham the beekeeper visited Sunset Elementary's first grade students Anadarko High School's traveling marching band visited Sunset Elementary February 12th. Wow, thanks for R.A.W.K.ing Sunset's gym this morning. You were all fantastic!! Sunset first graders read to Washita Valley Headstart center children Sunset first graders read to Washita Valley Headstart center children Sunset first graders read to Washita Valley Headstart center children Sunset cooks get R.A.W.D.'d Mrs. Marshall's student Jayleigh Bryant made a 100 day card for her teacher Tuesday, January 26th was the 100th day of school. Sunset students sure enjoyed celebrating. Kindergarten students were recognized at Shine time for having perfect attendance for the month of November. Thank you students for coming to school on time every day. First grade students were recognized at Shine Time for having Perfect Attendance for the month of November. Thank you students for coming to school on time all day every day. Mr. Traywick visited Mrs. Pahcoddy's class and read The Night Before Christmas. Kindergarten students getting ready to throw a frisbee at Mrs. Grubb for meeting the challenge of learning at least 25 sight words before Christmas. First grade students getting ready to throw a frisbee at Mrs. Grubb for meeting the challenge of learning at least 25 sight words before Christmas. Humanities students from Anadarko High School visit Mrs. Hendricks' class to do a readers theater over The Grinch Who Stole Christmas Mrs. Price's class made Christmas cards for the residents of Silvercrest Nursing home Volunteer Lana Ryburn Volunteer Tom Cantrell Volunteer Robin Bailey Volunteer Kambree Gregory-Smith Mrs. Hackney, Mrs. Hudson, and Mr. Sullivan visited Sunset Elementary to have lunch with first grade students. Thanksgiving dinner will be held on Friday, November 20th. Kindergarten begins at 10:55, first grade begins at 11:45. Tickets are $3.50, they are on sale in the Sunset office starting Monday, November 16th. See photo for specific times. First grade students were recognized at Shine Time for having Perfect Attendance for the month of October. Thank you students for coming to school on time all day every day. Kindergarten students were recognized at Shine time for having perfect attendance for the month of October. Thank you students for coming to school on time every day. Foster grandparent Mrs. Billie Powers has been working with the Foster Grandparent program for 16 years. Foster grandparent Mrs. Patsy Powers has been working with the Foster Grandparent Program for 17 years. Anadarko Public Schools dance troop visited Sunset Elementary this morning to help celebrate our fall festival. Mrs. Grubb Sunset principal and 1st grade student Kiliah Neconie pose together after the dancing. Science lab is so much fun for first graders. Mrs. Glenda Verser received a grant from The Oklahoma Educators Credit Union for class microscopes Sunset students are enjoying the cool weather on a cloudy day. Kindergarten goes on a number hunt.