December 18, 2019
At Jowell Elementary, we give our Jaguars many opportunities to develop leadership skills. One leadership opportunity we have is the ability to be a class Student Reporter. All of our Jaguars were given the opportunity to sign up to be a Student Reporter at the beginning of the school year. At the beginning of the week, the Jaguar Student Reporter is given a folder with a question for each day and instructions to answer the question in a complete sentence, keeping an eye toward a capital letter at the beginning and punctuation at the end. The folder is turned in at the end of the week and the Student Reporter becomes a published author on our website! Usually, we post these reports once a week; however, our district websites have been undergoing a facelift and we've saved some reports to ensure that they won't be lost when the content migrates to the new platform. We know our Jaguar Jamboree has been waiting for a month or so to get new reports, so let's get to it!
Jaguar Student Reporter from the week of November 11th was from one of our 4th grade classes. Read below to see what A. Fiscal had to say about their week!
Monday, November 11th
What is the most important thing to know about your teacher?
The most important thing I know about my teacher that she love to read.
Tuesday, November 12th
What challenged you today?
Today something challenged me. It was the revising and editing I was struggling.
Wednesday, November 13th
What would you have changed about lunch today to make it better?
add chips with a sandwich and cookies and even more healthy fruits!
Thursday, Novmeber 14th
What made you curious today?
I was curious of my math teacher I was thinking "how can he do hard math so Fast!"
Friday, November 15th
What was the nicest thing that happened today?
that at Outside I saw a bee but the bee was nice because I was nice to it and that was the nicest thing that happened today!
Thanks for your report, A. Fiscal! Check back soon for our next Jaguar Student Reporter entry!