Students in Mrs. Briggs, Mrs. MacDevette, and Mrs. Allran’s classes worked with partners to create a solution to a problem. Students identified a problem in their every day lives and then worked to create a solution for the problem. They researched the problem, created a prototype, wrote a proposal, and created an iMovie to advertise their product. Students then presented their projects to a panel of “sharks” consisting of members of the school board, Dr. Dickey, and community members. A grand prize winner was chosen from each class.
Congratulations to the three teams from CCE who advanced to the Clover School District Battle of the Books Competition.
The following letter was written by Second Grade Parent Melanie Tatum to Clover Town Employees: Good Afternoon, I had the privilege of chaperoning my son's field trip to the town of Clover this past Monday.This was a fantastic opportunity for the second graders from Crowder's Creek Elementary school.I know that it was a lot of work for town employees to organize this type of event for so many students.With a town that is growing as much as ours, I know your plates are full and this type of event can be taxing on your time.Thank you for taking the time to talk with the students, educate them on the many different types of people and job functions that it takes to manage a town, and encourage them to continue to do well in school.I think the kids really enjoyed the field trip and learned a lot.You may just have helped to influence one of the kids to become a police officer, EMT or even a mayor!Thank you for all you do to manage our town, keep the residents safe and support the community!With much appreciation. Melanie Tatum, CCE parent.