SBES -- 4th Graders to See Colonial Jamestown Come to Life
Thanks to the HCPS HEA foundation, SBES 4th Graders will be taken back in time to Colonial Jamestown. The 4th Grade teachers earned a mini-grant from the foundation to bring the Jamestown Outreach program to their students on Tuesday, November 26th. It's sure to be lots of interesting things to see and hear!
News Through The Year
Sweet Turkeys Can Be Found at SBES
At South Boston Elementary School, Mrs. Margaret F. Coleman's class enjoyed creating turkeys made of apples, candy corn, marshmellows and other sweet delights! South Boston Elementary School wishes you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!
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SBES -- Library Media Center News
Our library media center is always bustling with activities. The fall Scholastic Book Fair was our most successful ever. Proceeds have already been spent on new books for the library. Thanks to all who contributed with their time, purchases and .. Read More
SBES EGP: Great Rewards are Worth the STRETCH!
Students in EGP (Elementary Gifted Program) are engaged in challenging activities each week, and they can attest to the saying, “Just because something is difficult doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try. It means you should just try harder.” Students tac .. Read More
SBES Second Graders Continue Native American Study with Hands On Construction
South Boston Elementary School Second Graders developed their Longhouse-building construction skills with a hands on activity. November is the perfect month for students to talk about all things Native American. The Virginia Social Studies SOL .. Read More
SBES -- 2nd Graders Treated to a Visit by a Real Life Sappony ChiefSouth Boston Elementary School 2nd Graders were treated to a visit by a Real Life Sappony Chief on Monday, November 25.
Chief Otis Martin has been Chief since 1997. The Sappony Tribe is a tribe covering the states of Virginia and North Caroli .. Read More
SBES Co-Worker Succeeds!
SBES proudly announces that one of our own has successful earned a degree from Mary Baldwin College. In September, Ms. Frances Michelle Mayo, an SBES paraprofessional, was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree. The official document says: "Be it k .. Read More
SBES' Artwork Raises the Hair!
South Boston Elementary School's 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grade students recently contributed to the Art Gallery wall. SBES students LOVE "Crazy Hair Day" on Halloween. This sparked an idea with Ms. Karen Bradley, art teacher extraordinaire. She .. Read More
SBES 1st Grade Students Thank the Veterans
South Boston Elementary School's First Grade Students wrote heartfelt thank you notes to our brave Soldiers. After the students learned about what it means to celebrate Veterans' Day, they wrote letters of gratitude to the Soldiers fighting now and .. Read More
Memories Were Made at SBES Mother/Son Dance
SBES PTO held the annual Mother/Son dance on Friday, November 1, 2013.
Good times were had by all! Mothers and sons enjoyed strutting their
stuff on the dance floor. The D.J. kept the music upbeat and the lights
a'flickering! The sons .. Read More
SBES 1st Graders Care for the Earth!South Boston Elementary School's first grade students care for the Earth!
In the past few weeks, the students have been studying intensely the need to care for Earth's natural resources. One of the first grade Science SOLs (1.8) states .. Read More