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Karigon second graders study the sun using four telescopes equipped with safe, solar white light and Hydrogen-Alpha filters. More photos…

Karigon second graders study the sun using four telescopes equipped with safe, solar white light and Hydrogen-Alpha filters. More photos…

Written by on April 27, 2017 in Photos

As part of the second grade science curriculum, second grade students experienced live views of the sun.  Members of the Albany Area Amateur Astronomers shared views of the sun using four telescopes equipped with safe, solar white light and Hydrogen-Alpha filters. Students were able to identify eight solar spots, draw them and also saw a […]

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In an effort to promote family literacy, Karigon celebrated a PTA sponsored SUPER FAMILY READING NIGHT. More photos…

In an effort to promote family literacy, Karigon celebrated a PTA sponsored SUPER FAMILY READING NIGHT. More photos…

Written by on April 10, 2017 in Photos

Karigon celebrates family literacy In an effort to promote family literacy, Karigon celebrated a PTA sponsored SUPER FAMILY READING NIGHT on Friday, March 31. Guests enjoyed an evening of fun read alouds, followed by milk and cookies with special guest reader Grama Tippy-Toes/Diane Payette.

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Karigon raises awareness about Autism.

Karigon raises awareness about Autism.

Written by on April 10, 2017 in Photos

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Kindness Wall at Karigon. More info…

Kindness Wall at Karigon. More info…

Written by on March 31, 2017 in Photos

Kindness Wall at Karigon Each class of students at Karigon was given a paper link to write a kind word or action on. The links are the colors of the rainbow and are all connected to form a chain of rainbow colors. Everyone participated and created this beautiful display of kindness!!

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Karigon 1st graders create 3-dimensional prize pigs. More info…

Karigon 1st graders create 3-dimensional prize pigs. More info…

Written by on March 13, 2017 in Photos

Karigon 1st graders create 3-dimensional prize pigs Each student was asked to create a 3-dimensional prize pig to share with the class. Students are learning about pigs this month and we will use the pigs during Writer’s Workshop, Daily 5, Science and Social Studies.

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The Karigon PTA presents Annie KIDS March 8th and 9th at 7:00pm in the Karigon cafeteria. Tickets can be purchased for $3 at the door.

The Karigon PTA presents Annie KIDS March 8th and 9th at 7:00pm in the Karigon cafeteria. Tickets can be purchased for $3 at the door.

Written by on March 3, 2017 in Photos

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Karigon students shared valuable discussions in art class about the importance of Black History Month, celebrating those record breakers, inventors and leaders that deserve recognition for their accomplishments. 

Karigon students shared valuable discussions in art class about the importance of Black History Month, celebrating those record breakers, inventors and leaders that deserve recognition for their accomplishments. 

Written by on March 3, 2017 in Photos

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Karigon & Orenda EDK students work on fine motor and writing skills in preparation for Valentine’s Day. More photos…

Karigon & Orenda EDK students work on fine motor and writing skills in preparation for Valentine’s Day. More photos…

Written by on March 3, 2017 in Photos

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Mrs. DeLuke’s AM kindergarten class at Karigon is showing they are “Powered with Kindness” by dressing as their hero/superhero.

Mrs. DeLuke’s AM kindergarten class at Karigon is showing they are “Powered with Kindness” by dressing as their hero/superhero.

Written by on February 24, 2017 in Photos

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Mrs. DeLuke’s kindergarten class at Karigon participated in The Mitten Project and held a video conference with a class in Cuba, NY.

Mrs. DeLuke’s kindergarten class at Karigon participated in The Mitten Project and held a video conference with a class in Cuba, NY.

Written by on February 23, 2017 in Photos

Mrs. DeLuke’s kindergarten class at Karigon participated in The Mitten Project and held a video conference with a class in Cuba, NY.  They researched facts about winter animals and wrote clues to describe each animal. 

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