UTOTES - Using The Outdoors to Teach Experiential Science.
Endeavor was one of three NC schools to participate this year with the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science's award winning UTOTES program that helps teachers use nature as a classroom.
Fourth graders helped install the mini-pond and the natural vegetation that will grow in the pond.
ECS News - April 29, 2016
It has been an excellent week at Endeavor Charter School!
7th and 8th grade drama students are preparing for the spring production of Beauty and the Beast Jr. Performances are May 19th and 20th at 7:00 pm and May 21st at 1:00 pm. Past performances have sold out, so don't wait to get your tickets! Tickets can be purchased from the ECS homepage or by visiting www.ECSspringmusical.brownpapertickets.com
1st graders are investigating the attributes of rocks.
3rd graders have completed their study of change over time. They were exposed to how students lived in the 1800's and compared that period to their loves now.
5th graders used Matchbox cars and ramps with different friction surfaces to create line graphs showing a relationship between distance and time.
4th graders explored decimals as equal values of fractions and created their own number lines to order and compare them.
2nd graders are learning about Lewis and Clark by going on a nature expedition on our school's trail.
Kindergarteners compared and contrasted earthworms and night crawlers. They had a wiggly good time!
Our science teachers have competed their year of trainings through the UTOTES grant Endeavor was awarded with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. The final project was the installation of an instructional pond.
- Help give the gift of sight! A 2013 ECS graduate is collecting prescription glasses/sunglasses to distribute those in need in Costa Rica. A collection box is located in the lobby! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
BOOSTERTHON 2016: HONOR THE PRIDE - HONOR YOUR PLEDGES!! Please log in to your FunRun.com account to honor your pledges online -OR- send in cash or check made payable to Endeavor Pride Boosters via your child's homeroom teacher by THIS MONDAY, MAY 2ND!
ENDEAVOR PRIDE SPORTS FAMILIES - YOU'RE INVITED to the 2015/16 Sports Banquet honoring this year's coaches and your student athletes on Thursday, May 26th(6-8pm) at Grace Community Church in Raleigh. This year's banquet will be catered by our friends at Moe's Southwest Grill - $12/person (open taco bar, drink & dessert). Please RSVP to email@example.com-AND- send in cash or check made payable toEndeavor Pride Boosters no later than Monday, May 9th!
GO PRIDE! This week's stats - Girls Soccer: 4/26 Away vs Grace Christian Sanford(W/5-0); 4/28 Away vs Magellan(W/2-0) - Boys Tennis: 4/25 Home vs Grace Christian Home(L/4-5); 4/26 Ravenscroft(L/1-8) - Boys Baseball: 4/25 Away vs Bethesda(L); 4/26 Away vs Grace Christian Sanford(W) ...SEE THE PRIDE IN ACTION!Click Here For Spring Sports Schedules And Locations
YEARBOOK NEWS: Still need to order a YEARBOOK? We have SOLD OUT but have ordered extra books on a first come, first serve basis. After these extra copies have been reserved, we cannot guarantee any more orders can be placed. If you still would like to order a book, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get your order placed.
TERRACYCLE THURSDAY ON May 5th during morning carpool! Bring your trash and get a raffle ticket for a chance to win a Terracycle Prize!
HELP WANTED: The Cafe Days team has a couple of volunteer opportunities available. Please consider giving your time. CLICK HERE to sign up today!
CULTURAL ARTS NEWS: The PAWS Cultural Arts Committee would like to thank all K-4 teachers and the 4th grade team for allowing their students to partake in Hobey Ford's Golden Rods Puppets performance as well as a workshop for the 4th grade! It has been a wonderful year at Endeavor for Cultural Arts and it has been a pleasure to bring wonderful and dynamic artists to our school.
Endeavor Charter School will nurture and inspire motivated students to push themselves beyond the ordinary and into the extraordinary by providing a challenging curriculum that enhances traditional education with experiential opportunities.