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September 25, 2018

Fulton Students Share Common Core Lessons With Board Of Education


Kindergarten students at Lanigan Elementary School recently shared what they’ve learned from the Common Core Math Modules to Fulton’s board of education. Pictured in front row from left are students Kaleb Bartlett, Avery Evans and Riley Thurlow. Pictured in back row from left are teachers Alicia Lockwood, Karrie Schremp and Sandy Patane.

Kindergarten students at Lanigan Elementary School recently shared what they’ve learned from the Common Core Math Modules to Fulton’s board of education. Pictured in front row from left are students Kaleb Bartlett, Avery Evans and Riley Thurlow. Pictured in back row from left are teachers Alicia Lockwood, Karrie Schremp and Sandy Patane.

Students Kaleb Bartlett, Avery Evans and Riley Thurlow, kindergarteners at Lanigan Elementary School, recently had the pleasure of sharing Math Café with the Fulton City School District Board of Education.

Math Café is a new and innovative way of teaching the Common Core Math Modules, allowing students to be actively engaged in the learning process.

Math Café, which appeals to student interests, includes fluencies, math writing, guided math, partner math and technology.

One Response “Fulton Students Share Common Core Lessons With Board Of Education”

  1. Beth knight
    April 8, 2015 at 4:56 pm

    Way to go Karrie … So proud of you…your hard work has paid off.
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