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Southeast School Eagle Magazine   featuring work from Southeast students in K-4   June 2008 Vail   Grade 3  Mr. Hendricks’...
Amelia   Grade  3  Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Sam   Grade K  Mrs. Brown’s Class What did the eagle learn at Southeast school? ...
Eagles’ eyes are very good . Finn  Grade 2  Mrs. Brennan’s class Grace   Grade 1  Ms. Hathway’s Class Ashur   Grade 1  Mrs...
Eagles, Eagles   Smaranda   Grade 2  Mr. Maheu’s Class Eagles, eagle flying high Up above in my midnight sky. He will alwa...
Andreas   Grade K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Tristan   Grade 1  Ms. Hathway’s Class Mahid   Grade  K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Alexandr...
Kimberly   Grade 1  Ms. Hathway’s Class Bruce   Grade  K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Sagan   Grade  3  Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Sout...
Name  Grade  Mr. Maheu’s Class Sara   Grade 1   Ms. Hathway’s class  (with help from Mrs. Irvine) This is a  fiction  stor...
Emmanuel   Grade K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Josh   Grade 1  Ms. Hathway’s Class Will   Grade  3  Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Gabby  ...
Ashur   Grade 1  Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Mike   Grade 3  Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Abby  Z.  Grade 1  Ms. Hathway’s Class Once...
Andrew  Grade 2  Mrs. Brennan’s Class Lucia  Grade K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Seth   Grade K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Taoufik   Grad...
Will   Grade  3  Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Alex   Grade 1  Ms. Hathway’s Class Southeast School eagles are bald eagles. The b...
Jason   Grade 1  Ms. Hathway’s Class Christine   Grade 3  Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Lily   Grade  K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Emmet...
William   Grade 1  Ms. Hathway’s Class Southeast School Eagle Andrew Grade 3  Mr. Hendricks’ Class E veryone has A  Smart ...
Katy  Grade K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Amealia   Grade 1  Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Ruby   Grade  K  Mrs. Brown’s Class Sarah  Gra...
Tyler   Grade 1  Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Geoffrey   Grade  4  Mrs. Latino’s Class Emily   Grade 4  Mr. Warinsky’s Class Tyl...
Cooper   Grade 1  Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Advika and Ryan   Grade 3  Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Knock, knock.  Who’s there? Eag...
We aren’t the only ones that live here. Laura   Grade  4  Mrs. Latino’s Class Matthew   Grade 1  Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Th...
Kobe   Grade 1  Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Waleed   Grade 1  Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Carly   Grade 1  Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Ad...
Keeley   Grade 3  Mr. Hendricks’ Class Keeley drew our school logo and wrote some of the lyrics of our school song! Ali B....
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Southeast School Eagle Magazine

  1. 1. Southeast School Eagle Magazine featuring work from Southeast students in K-4 June 2008 Vail Grade 3 Mr. Hendricks’ Class
  2. 2. Amelia Grade 3 Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Sam Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class What did the eagle learn at Southeast school? She learned to fish for learning! Andrew Grade 3 Mr. Hendricks’ Class Annie Grade 4 Miss Latino’s Class E xcellent A nd G raceful L ean E agles S oar Bald Eagles are white on the head and brown on the bottom. Their beaks and feet are yellow. They are the national symbol and our Southeast mascot. They are awesome. Joyce Grade 4 Mrs. Sangree’s Class
  3. 3. Eagles’ eyes are very good . Finn Grade 2 Mrs. Brennan’s class Grace Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Ashur Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Izzy Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Dylan Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Ashur’s poems Eagles beaks are black. Their feathers are brown. Their big bodies are nice and round. Eagles claws are black, Their feathers are brown. They have big claws to hunt on the ground.
  4. 4. Eagles, Eagles Smaranda Grade 2 Mr. Maheu’s Class Eagles, eagle flying high Up above in my midnight sky. He will always fly Into my dreams because I like My mascot the eagle. Leah Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Annie Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Alexandra Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class
  5. 5. Andreas Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Tristan Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Mahid Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Alexandra Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Eagles are the mascots for our school. They are black for the body, white for the head, and yellow for the feet. I like them. Allison, Jenny, Cameron, Clayton Grade 3 Ms. Kamienski’s Class Eagles represent the U.S.A. Only certain people handle eagles. Eagles are found on cliff ledges. Their habitat is North America. North America has about 70,000 eagles. An eagle’s wingspan can be up to 7 feet. An eagle’s nest is 6 feet deep. WE LOVE EAGLES!
  6. 6. Kimberly Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Bruce Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Sagan Grade 3 Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Southeast School’s eagles are the best mascots in the whole entire world. Kosta Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class
  7. 7. Name Grade Mr. Maheu’s Class Sara Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s class (with help from Mrs. Irvine) This is a fiction story about eagles but can you find three Bald Eagle facts in the story? At first there was a bald eagle toy. One magical night it came to life and began to move. So it went to the land that is filled with eagles. It had fun in the eagle land. Then it laid 3 eggs. After 1 month was over, the eggs began to hatch. But they were not real eagles. They didn’t cry like eagles. They don’t look brown like eagles. They didn’t fly like eagles. They couldn’t catch fish, mice or anything that eagles can catch to eat. A real eagle came and they laid more eggs. Then a lot of eggs crashed to the floor. Only one egg was not crushed. So they put the egg in their nest. One month later, the egg began to hatch. It was a real Bald Eagle. They were very happy. So they lived happy together forever. Did you learn that eagles lay up to three eggs? Most people know that adult Bald Eagles are brown with white heads but did you know that baby Bald Eagles are dark brown. Eagles eat fish among other things. Bald Eagle eggs take about 35 days or just over one month to hatch. Sara Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Robby Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class
  8. 8. Emmanuel Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Josh Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Will Grade 3 Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Gabby Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class The eagle flew to Southeast school. He did not know what to do. So he flew away, went home and went in the tree. He went to sleep. Abby H . Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class
  9. 9. Ashur Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Mike Grade 3 Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Abby Z. Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Once, when I was on the playscape, I saw two bald eagles flying. I said, “Wow”! And when I put my arm out, they sat on my arm and it was cool.
  10. 10. Andrew Grade 2 Mrs. Brennan’s Class Lucia Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Seth Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Taoufik Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class An eagle finding food for its chicks. Eagles are part of us and we are part of eagles! Maddy Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class
  11. 11. Will Grade 3 Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Alex Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Southeast School eagles are bald eagles. The boy’s name is Ethan and the girl’s name is Emily. The eagles are our mascots. Eagles are the best! I love them so much. Eagles are awesome! Neha Grade 1 Ms. Hathway's class Dakota Grade 1 Mrs. LaBella’s Class
  12. 12. Jason Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Christine Grade 3 Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Lily Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Emmett Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Morgan Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Eagles, eagles I love eagles! Eagles, eagles I love eagles!
  13. 13. William Grade 1 Ms. Hathway’s Class Southeast School Eagle Andrew Grade 3 Mr. Hendricks’ Class E veryone has A Smart Board G iving kids a chance to L eap into learning & learn E verything. C hanging everyone L earning how to read A t a good level, learning S ongs and S ights The Bald Eagle is a powerful animal. Diana Grade 3 Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Maggie Grade 1 Mrs. Robichauds Class
  14. 14. Katy Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Amealia Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Ruby Grade K Mrs. Brown’s Class Sarah Grade Mr. Maheu’s Class Owen Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class
  15. 15. Tyler Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Geoffrey Grade 4 Mrs. Latino’s Class Emily Grade 4 Mr. Warinsky’s Class Tyler, Lizzie, Aaron, Tariq Grade 3 Ms. Kamienski’s class Bald eagles can see their prey from 1,000 feet high. England named the Bald Eagle. They are not really bald, they just have white feathers on their head. Back then they spelled it differently. The spelled it “balde”. Out of the 50 states in America, only 48 states have bald eagles. They live in high trees. It is the national symbol of America and the symbol of power and strength. The lower legs are not feathered. They have a bright golden bill too. Eagles are awesome!!!!
  16. 16. Cooper Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Advika and Ryan Grade 3 Mrs. Cackowski’s Class Knock, knock. Who’s there? Eagles. Eagles who? Eagles are made out of cold snow. Your jokes are fishy! Southeast School Eagles What dog can fly? A b eagle ! Darcy Grade 3 Mr. Hendricks’ Class
  17. 17. We aren’t the only ones that live here. Laura Grade 4 Mrs. Latino’s Class Matthew Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Thomas Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Ari Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class A brown eagle flying very high, soaring softly in the sky . Knock, knock! Who’s there? Gull. Gull who? Eagull! Andrew Grade 3 Mr. Hendricks’ Class
  18. 18. Kobe Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Waleed Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Carly Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Addicus Grade 4 Mr. Warinsky’s Class Eagle Facts Bald eagles weigh 14-15 pounds. Bald eagles have a wing span of 6-7 feet wide Why did the eagle cross the road? To prove he wasn’t chicken! Andrew Grade 3 Mr. Hendricks’ Class
  19. 19. Keeley Grade 3 Mr. Hendricks’ Class Keeley drew our school logo and wrote some of the lyrics of our school song! Ali B. Grade 1 Mrs. Robichaud’s Class Go to SoutheastStudentNetwork.com to see and hear more student work! Eagle, Eagle, what do you see? I see fish swimming in the sea.

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