Congratulations to the students, teachers, and administrators of Blackford! They had the largest percentage of students participate in the Cardboard Challenge this year. All of their 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students participated! With many of the TK - 2nd grade teachers participating as well! We really want to celebrate the Blackford teachers for being willing to try something new and truly fostering a culture of creativity and critical thinking. A special thank you to the Blackford teachers, Stacy Enfantino, Christina Rocci, Michelle Giraudo, Shanti Lipari, Tammy Bilbes, Anupama Gupta, May Liu, Nancy Cassell, Aimee Oani, Nancy Lopez, and Emily Salmon! The school received a Campbell Cardboard Challenge certificate to display in the office and the Blackford staff enjoyed well-deserved cardboard carafes of Starbucks Coffee!
All of the 4th and 5th graders at Lynhaven and Sherman Oaks participated this year!
The 5th graders at Forest Hill raised over $200 to be donated to the Second Harvest food bank from visitors playing their cardboard games!
The 6th graders at Campbell Middle School focused on creating projects that would improve their campus and spread kindness to the 150 community members who attended the Campbell Soup Night!
We hope many of you will join us for the next STEAM Event, The Hour of Code, December 7 - 11!