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Ambassadors Blog Series: 15 Questions about Ms. Diep

15 Questions about Ms. Diep By Lynda, Somya, and Ashley

Hello our names are Lynda, Ashley, and Somya. We go to Katherine Smith Elementary School. We are in fifth grade. We asked questions about Ms. Diep.

She is a teacher at Katherine Smith Elementary School.

teacher with her class

Question 1. Who is you favorite fictional …

Ambassadors Blog Series: Dephi, the service dog

Delphi, the Service Dog

By: Abdiel, Alexander, and Damian

Delphi Service Dog

Delphi is a service dog that helps us here, at Katherine Smith. She helps us in many different ways. Service dogs can open doors turn lights on and off, even pull a wheelchair. Delphi can’t do some of these things because she’s still learning.…

Posted by abrengard in Caring Culture, School Ambassador Series on Wednesday April 4, 2018 at 03:51PM
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SPECIAL EDITION: Why you should come to Parent Pride? By Magaly, K. Smith Parent

Magaly, parent

Hello, my name is Magaly Fernandez, not “Maggie”, not “Magoli” or “Magly”, yes, it’s Magaly. The reason I emphasize this is because this was one of the many things I learned during one of our many amazing meetings at Katherine Smith Elementary every Wednesday called “Parent Pride”. In this meeting, …

Posted by abrengard in Caring Culture, Parent Involvement on Thursday November 30, 2017
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Oria, the K. Smith Service Dog Heads to College

College bound students

College Bound!

College Day 2017 had special meaning to the students in our classroom. Our class has adopted the University of Hawaii so we celebrated our college crazy spirit by wearing leis and U of H hats. But this year, we have a student of our own who will be matriculating to “college.”

Oria, our …

Posted by abrengard in College Bound, Caring Culture on Monday November 20, 2017 at 12:14PM
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The Tour of My Classroom by Taelynn


Hi my name is Taelynn and I will be showing you a tour of our classroom.

Project Wall

So first, we have the Project wall and our driving question is, “How do our individual identities strengthen our community?” Our project is “My Name, My Community” and our Exhibition is this Thursday. Our deliverables are, …

Katherine Smith Skills by Lynda

Two K. Smith Student Ambassadors

Katherine Smith is a school that shows good habits to the community and never gives up on their students even when it is rough.

This school does project based learning. Project based learning is a learning strategy that makes students apply to other situations to solve the problem. For example, I …

Leadership Opportunities at Katherine Smith By Aaliyha and Jassmin

Student authors

At Katherine Smith there are three leadership programs that offer the opportunity to learn many skills which we can in the future to contribute in our society. The three leadership are the following: Geniuses, Leaders 4 Success and School Ambassadors. This year we are also integrating a new …

Posted by abrengard in Project Based Learning, Student Leadership, Caring Culture on Monday October 30, 2017 at 03:48PM
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Two 6th graders take on Mr.Brengard By Andy and Damian

Picture of two 6th graders

We interviewed Mr.Brengard about his job below you will see the questions we asked him and his answers.

(Q means Question and A means Answer)

Q: Why do you like your job?

A: I love my job because almost every day is a new adventure I go on and I don't know what is in store for me. There is nothing …

Posted by abrengard in Student Leadership, Caring Culture, Interview on Monday October 30, 2017 at 03:45PM
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