Eads Elementary School
MUNSTER | The Munster Chess Club recently completed another successful year of practices, tournaments, and trophy wins.
Science Olympians and chess enthusiasts from Northwest Indiana schools are preparing for state tournaments this weekend.
Community Hospital Spa Pointe's Toni Lozano reads "The Little Hen (Makes a Pizza)" to second-graders in Jennifer Bevil's class Tuesday at Eads Elementary School in Munster. The school's Community Readers program encourages business leaders to spend time in the classroom promoting literacy an…
MUNSTER | Third-, fourth- and fifth-graders from Eads Elementary School took to the streets and ran their first 5K (3.1 miles) in LaPorte this month among 700 runners who completed the Girls on the Run program.
Kayla Ziel, 9, reads Wednesday morning while her third-grade teacher, Jillian Alonzo, sits at right during reading time. Alonzo's students read every morning as part of their normal routine.
Sophia Farias and Christopher Olivieri read Wednesday morning in Jillian Alonzo's third-grade class at Eads Elementary School in Munster.
Eads Elementary third-grade teacher Jillian Alonzo reads from the back of a book as she helps one of her students, Donovan Espinoza, 9, select a new book to read during class.
Jarrett Barrientez, 9, reads Wednesday in Jillian Alonzo's third-grade class at Eads Elementary School in Munster.
Trina Tagamolila reads Wednesday in Jillian Alonzo's third-grade class at Eads Elementary School in Munster.
MUNSTER | Students at Eads Elementary School are realizing their power and leadership potential at an early age.
Fifteen Indiana schools will be taking part in the Energy Action in Schools program this school year, including a Munster elementary school.
MUNSTER | The creative works of the young artists of James B. Eads Elementary School were featured at a Children's Art Show in the school gymnasium.
Principal Linda Bevil leads the team effort for student success at James B. Eads Elementary School in Munster.
A Zumba Day was one of the final events in a year-long wellness challenge to help students at a Munster elementary school learn the benefits of good nutrition and exercise.
With school systems across Northwest Indiana strapped for cash, a Munster parent found an innovative way to reinstate some gifted and talented enrichment programs that were shelved by the district.
MUNSTER | Kindergartners through second-graders at Eads Elementary School attended a fire prevention workshop last week that the Munster Fire Department presented for Fire Prevention Week 2010.
Pictured are Eads students entering the building on their first day of school. From left are Eric Stojkovich, Fatema Rashid, Michael Collins and Brad Uzebell. In back are Brendan Budeselich, on the left, and Tanner VanErmen.
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