Northeast Geo Bee 2024

Do you know which continent alpacas are mostly found in the wild? Northeast students do! March 15th marked the 20th anniversary of the Northeast Elementary School Geography Bee! This was the first year that Northeast hosted this flagship event during a school day, which maximized student and parent involvement. In fact, we set an all-time record with 54 teams and 156 students participating! Check out this video highlighting this year's Geo Bee!


Black History Comes Alive!

This past Wednesday, the Northeast 4th Grade class under the guidance of Ms. Sherry Ayres, gave the Northeast community an unforgettable experience. As a tradition and in celebration of Black History Month, the 4th Grade hosts a Wax Museum. 

Perseverance in the face of Adversity

 Northeast School Honored the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Larry Doby on Friday, January 12, 2024. Students in Grades K-5 honored their lives with poetry and song.

 2nd graders help in the garden  Ms. Fuller's Class helped out in the NE Garden

Vintage Canon Camera   

Northeast 5th Graders Created Photographic Triptych Portraits with Ms. Cloud and guest photographer Ms. Chucker

 Dr. Somerville addressed the students and audience

 The 5th Graders Celebrated with a Moving Up Ceremony

 3rd Grader Australia Showcase

The 3rd Graders Showcased their Australia Continent Study


NE Geo Bee Trophies

Northeast Students Participate in Annual Geography Bee

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