Attention Malta Avenue Families!
This Memorial Day, Mr. Bryant's class has decided to decorate the fourth grade hallway to honor the soldiers who have served in the military. Recently students were given a leaf template to bring home and fill out. Mr. Bryant's class is asking families to attach a picture of their favorite soldier. Please include their name, military branch, years they served, and any other information you would like to share. The students will be attaching the leaves to a "Memorial Day Tree" outside of their classroom. They will be collecting leaves throughout the month of May. Thank you for helping salute our soldiers!
Mr. Bryant's Class
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To Malta and Beyond!
Are you ready for our 8th annual To Malta and Beyond Multicultural
Night ? This year’s event will take place on Friday June 7, 2019 from
4:30-7:30. At this event, we showcase student learning and work that was
influenced by various cultures. This includes, but is not limited to, 1st grade
animal reports, 2nd grade music, 3rd grade country reports, and
multicultural artwork. This year, our participatory events include an art
project, a hands-on science activity and more! We are always looking to
continue to expand the event and increase Malta Avenue family
Do you and your family have a tradition you’d be willing to share? Do
you know songs or dances that represent your heritage? Could you teach
some phrases in another language, introduce a craft, or prepare an
authentic food dish to share? We are open to new ideas! If you are
interested, please get in touch with Mrs. Madison (email@example.com)
or Mr. Coleman (firstname.lastname@example.org). We’d love to hear from you!
Congratulations Malta Avenue Elementary
For the 6th year Malta Avenue Elementary School is recognized as National Gold Star No Place for Hate Schools by the Anti-Defamation League. The school is recognized for creating safe learning environment, bringing awareness to the issues of bullying and promoting respect within our school community.
A time capsule was found in the corner of the Chapman Street building during renovations in October 2013. The capsule was placed behind the corner stone of the building and contains several objects from November 8, 1899. Items were carefully removed and relocated to Brookside Museum for proper identification and preservation. Items will be on display before the Board of Education meeting on
Malta Avenue Elementary School’s Global Think Tank recently held the second annual international and cultural evening titled "To Malta and Beyond!" It took place on the evening of Friday, June 7th. Malta Avenue School enrolls most of the Ballston Spa School District’s ESL (English as a Second Language) population of elementary students. The school realizes that their
Recently Malta Avenue's Kindergarten students took a field trip to Brookside Museum. After their visit Mrs. LiCausi's class decided to put together a podcast. What a great job they did after only two weeks in school! Brookside Museum enjoyed it so much they decided to feature the podcast on their website. http://www.brooksidemuseum.org/2012/10/little-voices-on-a-brookside-harvest/