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Welcome to Navy ES!

Navy Elementary Wild Readers!

Dear Navy Elementary Wild Readers,

          You have been officially challenged by your teachers to see who can read more books! During the month of January, the entire Navy staff will be challenging all students to a reading challenge to see who can read more books.  When you finish reading a book, click on the survey link below.  The results will be reported on Monday’s morning news and there will be a display in the lobby by the main office.  The contest will end on Friday, January 29th.  If the students beat the staff, ALL students can participate in a PJ and reading day in your classroom.  There will also be a prize for the class that reads the most books!

Sincerely,

Navy Elementary Staff

NAVY STUDENTS – click here to log your books
NAVY STAFF – click here to log your books

Hour of Code

We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding how technology works. But only a tiny fraction of us are learning computer science, and less students are studying it than a decade ago.

That’s why our entire school participated in The Hour of Code during Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 7-13). Our Hour of Code is a statement that Navy ES is ready to teach these foundational 21st century skills.

Students accessed coding activities by linking on the image below. These activites are also linked form the Student Internet Resources section of the Navy website. Students and teachers had lots of fun participating in this event!

Advanced Academics Important Dates

For more information on Advanced Academics at Navy, please click here!

Veterans Day Assembly

Check out this Video highlighting how Navy celebrated Veterans Day with a breakfast and assembly featuring student singing, 6th grade essay reading, and speeches from Commander Burns and our very own Mrs. Schnabel. What a wonderful event honoring our Veterans!

 

FCPS Spotlight on Learning

Navy ES was featured as an FCPS Spotlight on Learning School for its work in Project Based Learning. Please watch the video showing our students and teachers at work with PBL.

Online Attendance Form

Parents may report their child's absence using our Online Attendance Form. Just click the link next to our attendance phone number and get started.