Skyvue Elementary School News

Hand washing

Fifth grade student teaches viewers how to properly wash hands

Posted on: April 24, 2020
Tags: Skyvue

During this time of COVID-19, we’ve been hearing a lot of guidelines about what to do and how to stay healthy: six-feet social distancing, don’t sneeze or cough on anyone, stay home (especially if you’re sick!), and, most importantly, wash

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Skyvue

Skyvue School Closure FAQs

Posted on: April 17, 2020

Students and Families: To be better prepared as we progress through the mandated school closure ordered by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, I thought it was imperative to prepare a frequently asked questions/ guidance

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Masks

SOLSD uses 3D printers to create face masks for local healthcare workers & first responders

 Resources are running low all around, and the Switzerland of Ohio School District (SOLSD) has dedicated itself to give back to the people risking themselves during this pandemic: local healthcare workers and first responders.  The district has

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Minigrant

Mini-Grant program brings new technology to Skyvue classrooms

Posted on: April 10, 2020
Tags: Woodsfield elementary

This year, Switzerland is proud to present a unique new program called “mini-grants.” Under the leadership of Superintendent Rob Caldwell, the program provides teachers with the opportunity to be creative in enriching their curriculum by granting

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Skyvue Basketball

5th Grade Basketball Team Represents Skyvue Well

Posted on: March 27, 2020

In February, the 5th grade boys basketball team traveled to Columbus to compete in the Youth Ohio State Basketball Championships. They finished the weekend as state runner-up, falling in the championship game with a final score of 41-36.  Teams that

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STEM

Skyvue Students Experiment With STEM

Posted on: March 6, 2020
Tags: Skyvue, Stem

Imagine: second graders are coding computer games; third graders are building simple and compound machines (and explaining what that means!); fourth graders are building M-Bots, machines that they control via a computer or mobile device; fifth graders are

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