Hiawatha had many community and family members come to Hiawatha on Oct. 21 to share their love of reading.
Fifth grade fall celebration at the YMCA.
Several Hiawatha art students helped Mrs. Hancock to decorate one of the snowplow blades for Cedar Rapids Public Works. These plows will be clearing the streets of Cedar Rapids all winter.
Cara and Hannah's artwork will be displayed on street light poles on Third Street in downtown Cedar Rapids this summer. Congratulations!!
Fourth and fifth grade students at Hiawatha Elementary School have added a new element to their PE lessons by wearing heart rate monitors to help them learn more about what their heart is doing as they exercise. The constant visual feedback lets students know if they are working hard enough to stay in the healthy fitness zone.
Hiawatha students have read over 84 million words this year. Keep up the good work!!!
Third graders did a program called Classic Books to Read to Children. The program highlighted book characters.
Mrs. Rundall's and Mrs. Overturf's classes planted a tree for Arbor Day. The tree was donated by Hughes Nursery.
Reading Counts total words through March 31.
Hiawatha Elementary has been given an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) by Mercy Medical Center. An AED is a device that may save a life in the event of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). It is located in the main foyer by the door to the gym.