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Monday, July 2, 2018

Hyde Park School News

Spring Celebration

The Parent Teacher Organization of Hyde Park School held its 6th annual Spring Celebration on at the 20th Century Theater in Oakley. Parents, staff and community members enjoyed a great evening of socializing along with the opportunity to support Hyde Park School. 

Artwork for the Hyde Park School Spring Celebration

Attendees had a chance to purchase raffle tickets, play a game of “52” as well as bid on some great packages such as restaurant and theater nights and season tickets to the Cincinnati Bengals. Also auctioned off were some great outings with teachers and unique artwork created by students at each grade level.

The beautiful space was provided by Mark Rogers and the always generous people at the 20th Century. Other generous sponsors included Cheryl Ferry with Keller Williams Advisors Realty, Nottinghill Investment Advisers, Hyde Park Pediatric Dentistry, Leah Beckman with Sibcy Cline Hyde Park, Mango Tree Thai and Sushi, Grace Kerr Orthodontics, Mathnasium of Hyde Park, the Reddy family and the Weller family. 

The Spring Celebration is the primary fund raising project for the PTO, raising over 60% of the organization’s annual budget. The money raised supports unique  learning opportunities including field trips, classroom supplies as well as beautification projects around the school. This year’s Spring Celebration raised around $40,000. 

Beth McPeek chaired this great event with the help of over 20 enthusiastic volunteers.  The annual Spring Celebration is an evening that strengthens the already strong sense of community enjoyed by the parents, students and staff. Congratulations to all who were involved and who supported Hyde Park School through this wonderful event!

4th Grade Science Fair

Fourth grade students at Hyde Park School demonstrated their knowledge of the scientific method when they presented their findings at the annual Science Fair. Students chose from a variety of fields of study. After selecting a topic of interest, students wrote questions, developed hypotheses, formalized procedures, recorded and analyzed results and drew conclusions. They then presented their research findings to students and parents to provide an informative and fun learning experience for all involved. 

Caroline Lovelace and Ella Laurenson investigated the gender differences in taste.

Anthony Chiappone tested the effects of sugary drinks on heart rate. 

Malcolm Faison and Braden Singer devised a unique method to measure how temperature affects the activity of ants. 

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