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How do you transform plastic grocery bags to a working rope bridge?
Just ask the eighth graders at Erin. Recently they used plastic grocery shopping bags to create ropes that, when tied together, created a bridge that was strong enough for them to walk across. Students needed to use problem-solving skills, engineering principles, and lots of teamwork to make it happen. Many thanks go to Fox Brothers' Piggly Wiggly Grocery Stores for donating the construction materials.
Erin Students tackle computer programming with “Hour of Code”
'Tis the season...
Once again the Erin Marching Band, consisting of our sixth, seventh and eighth graders, appeared in the Hartford Christmas Parade on November 8. Donning elf hats and playing Christmas carols, they entertained all the parade-goers along the route. It was a cold day, but they certainly showed their Erin spirit, as well as the holiday spirit.
Cold weather doesn't stop support for Erin
Fall Fest offers great activities
Students at Erin had the opportunity to wear those costumes one more time and share the fun with their school friends. Games, activities and crafts kept them busy at our second annual Fall Fest. This year's event added a Pumpkin Carving Contest which showed the creativity of our families. Thanks to all who helped to make this fun afternoon possible.