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Third Grade Pattern Quilts

Students in third grade art class are learning about Gustav Klimt pattern quilts. Ms. Umlauf is teaching the students to use line, shape, color, pattern, and texture in the style of artist Gustav Klimt. The students were excited to share the progress of their projects.

Fourth Grade Spring Concert

The fourth graders recently had their Spring Concert during the school day and the evening. The orchestra and band performed special selections under the direction of Mrs. Dudenhoeffer. All of the fourth graders played their recorders and wowed the audience. Way to go, fourth grade!

Chuck E. Cheese's Night

Join the Tracy families at Chuck E. Cheese's from 3:00 - 9:00 tonight, April 11th! Chuck E. Cheese visited Tracy today to promote the event. See you there!

Tracy Tiger Trait Trivia

Tracy homerooms participated in the Tracy Tiger Trait Trivia. Students were challenged to show their best hallway behavior, take a picture, and write about why hallway behaviors are important. Classes were rewarded with a scavenger hunt and prizes. Great job, Tracy Tigers!


The Title I teachers held a family PSSA BINGO night last week. Students in third, fourth, and fifth grade attended with their parents to practice PSSA terms while playing BINGO. Parents also learned information about the makeup of the PSSA test and the testing window.

Lava Lamp Density Experiment

Students in Mrs. Miller's third grade class made lava lamps as part of a density experiment. Students completed the experiment and made observations as to the density of different liquids. Way to go, scientists!

Kids on the Block Presentation

Students in kindergarten, first, second, third, and fourth grades participated in a presentation by "Kids on the Block." This interactive puppet show teaches about respect, disability awareness, and bullying prevention strategies.

Bridge Building STEM Lesson

Our fifth graders recently participated in a bridge building STEM lesson. Each group completed a blueprint using the Engineering Design Process. The students then used marbles to test the strength of their bridges. Students made improvements in their designs during the process. Fantastic job, future engineers!