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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Pullman Positive Safety Patrol

Up and running again this year is the Pullman Elementary Safety Patrol

The Safety Patrol has many ways that they are helping to keep our school safe and are very helpful to all staff members as well as students and their families. Some of the duties they carry out are unloading students and greeting parents upon arriving at school, assisting in the breakfast room, monitoring the halls after students are released into the hallway (they do flash cards, read, and even ...

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Pullman Elementary Student Council 2016-2017

Last week Pullman Elementary held an election for their Student Council Representatives.  These representatives are responsible for raising and lowering the flag, helping with various activities around the school, sponsoring movie afternoons during the school year, and holding fundraisers to purchase needed items that will benefit everyone here at Pullman Elementary.

This year’s representatives are:

Javier Gonzalez and Pablo Marquez-Gonzalez from Ms. Coleman’s class

Ruby Gonzalez and Morgan Bailey from Mrs. Lambrix’s class

Emma Leigh Newcomb and Yulissa Perales from Mrs. Saip’s class

Julian Serna ...

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Introducing Lindsay Smith

We are pleased to welcome, Miss Lindsay Smith, as our new special education teacher. She will be taking on the roles and responsibilities with the departure of Miss Knevitt.

Miss Smith graduated from Western Michigan University with a BA in Political Science and Education and earned a Master’s of Education in Special Education from Calvin College. Miss Smith started her teaching career in the Crawford-AuSable School District in Grayling, Michigan where she taught Special Education and Social Studies for five years ...

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Bloomingdale Public Schools offers Free Breakfast every day to all students

All students will have an opportunity to get free breakfast every day at school.  Breakfast is offered 20 minutes prior to the start of the school day.  We have hot and cold options available throughout the week.   We are committed to making sure every student starts their day with a healthy nutritious meal.

 

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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Pullman Elementary Classroom Supply List 2016

Kindergarten 

  • 24 count box of crayons
  • 1 package of glue sticks
  • Pencils
  • 1 box of Kleenex
  • 1 box of markers

First Grade 

  • #2 Pencils
  • 1 Box of 24 count crayons
  • 2 Glue Sticks
  • 3 spiral-bound notebooks
  • Backpack

First Grade (to share with others)

  • Pencil box
  • Sharpie marker
  • Colored pencils
  • 2 Boxes of facial tissues
  • 1 – 8 oz. or larger hand sanitizer
  • Low-odor dry erase markers
  • Paper towels

Second Grade 

  • Pencil box
  • #2 pencils
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Crayons
  • Erasers
  • Highlighters
  • 3 spiral-bound notebooks
  • Binder (optional)
  • Folders (optional)
  • Colored pencils (optional)

Second Grade (to share with others)

  • 2 Boxes of facial tissues
  • 1 – 8 oz. or larger hand sanitizer

Third-Fifth Grades 

  • #2 pencils
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Highlighters
  • 3 spiral-bound notebooks
  • 2 ...
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