Pullman Elementary Classroom Supply List 2017-2018 School Year

Kindergarten

1 box of 24 crayons

1 package of glue sticks

Pencils

1 box of Kleenex

1 box of markers

 

First Grade

#2 pencils

2 glue sticks

1 box of 24 crayons

3 spiral-bound notebooks

Backpack

 

First Grade to Share with Others

Pencil box

Sharpie marker

Colored pencils

1 – 8 oz. or larger hand sanitizer

2 boxes of facial tissue

Low-odor dry erase markers

Paper towels

 

Second Grade

Pencil box

#2 pencils

Glue stick

Scissors

Markers

Crayons

Erasers

3 spiral-bound notebooks

Binders (optional)

Folders (optional)

Colored pencils (optional)

 

Second Grade to Share with Others

1 – 8 oz. or larger hand sanitizer

2 boxes of facial tissue

 

Third-Fifth Grade

#2 pencils

Glue stick

Scissors

Markers

Highlighters

3 spiral-bound notebooks

2 black ...

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New Pullman Elementary Principal

Melissa Corona is the new principal at Pullman Elementary. Melissa has been working at Bloomingdale Middle and High School as one of the assistant principals for the last three years. Prior to that position, Melissa taught high school special education math. She also taught at Bloomingdale Elementary in 1st grade and special education K-3rd grade.

Melissa earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with minors in math, science, and social studies from Western Michigan University. She also has earned a Master’s ...

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Brielle Vroon Pullman Elementary 5th Grade Teacher

Pullman Elementary is pleased to welcome a new 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Brielle Vroon. Mrs. Vroon graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2015. She has been working at Roosevelt Elementary in Zeeland as an interventionist for K-4th grade.

Mrs. Vroon is very excited to become a part of the Pullman community. She stated, “I love the quaint feel of a small town. I am very excited to be offered the 5th grade teaching position at Pullman Elementary.”

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Family Fun Day and Night

The Pullman P.T.O. made the ending of the school year a fun day for all students. The money that was collected from Box Tops helped to pay for the obstacles. Each student got to spend the morning or afternoon moving about freely through numerous activities. This year the activities included Jacob’s Ladder, Extreme Obstacle Course, A Moonwalk, Protein Tunnel, Face Painting and a Cupcake Walk.

From 5:00-7:00 p.m. the community could come and enjoy the activities. There was an admission charge ...

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Elementary Cardinal Pride

There is a lot of Cardinal PRIDE (Positive, Respectful, In Control, Dependable, Effort) being shown around Bloomingdale and Pullman Elementary Schools to start 2017, and for good reason. Last February, the district was awarded a Promoting Positive School Culture grant through Michigan’s Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative (MIBLSI). Our program’s development started in March of 2016 and has continued throughout the year with multiple staff members to develop positive behavior expectations along with a system to recognize positive student ...

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Pullman-Bloomingdale Collaboration Day

“Bloomingdale-Pullman Collaboration was fun because we did a gummy life-saver activity. We had to work together to get Sam, the gummy worm, to safety.” Rowan A.

“I liked the blanket game that we played together. A kid from Bloomingdale sat on one side, and a kid from Pullman sat on the other. When the blanket was dropped, we had to guess each other’s names.” Brooke E.

 

4th and 5th grade students from both elementary buildings met for a second time this year ...

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Pullman Recess Mileage Club

Pullman Elementary started a Recess Mileage Club to establish a form of structured play during 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade recesses.  We have approximately 40 2nd and 3rd graders as well as 40 4th and 5th graders participating.  They walk around our playground/soccer field and receive a popsicle stick for every lap they walk.  Each lap is a quarter mile long.  For every 5 miles they walk they will receive a miniature plastic foot that goes onto their shoelace and a punch ...

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Pullman Rocks!

Second grade students from Pullman Elementary enjoyed learning about their community during a field trip to the Pullman museum and Pizza Plus.  At the museum, Ms. Laraway and Mr. Bale shared items from Pullman that helped students learn about the history of our community.  The building itself was the old gas station in 1925 and the original sign is in the building!  Students participated in a scavenger hunt and found a license plate from 1918, an old oak filing cabinet, ...

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