Jane Ball Elementary
CEDAR LAKE | The fifth grade students at Jane Ball and Lincoln Elementary Schools attended a special etiquette class to prepare them for their 5th grade luncheon.
CEDAR LAKE | The Jane Ball Elementary School P.T.O. hosted their 2nd annual Daddy/Daughter Dance on Saturday, Feb. 16 at Great Oaks Banquets in Cedar Lake. Almost 150 of Jane Ball’s young ladies were escorted by their fathers, uncles, and grandfathers to the dinner and dance. The crowd enjoy…
CEDAR LAKE | Miss Maggie Ryan, the art teacher at Jane Ball Elementary School, used glue and shaving cream to make a creamy, fluffy paste for the kindergarten and first grade students to use on their snow scenes they created in art class.
CEDAR LAKE | Girl Scout Troop 30094 from Cedar Lake Indiana recently earned their silver award by collecting food and paper products from Lincoln and Jane Ball Elementary Schools. They actually had a paper war, and Jane Ball won. All of the items that were collected were taken to the Ronald …
CEDAR LAKE | Mrs. Gross’ 2nd grade class at Jane Ball Elementary School recently completed a creative writing project involving leaves. Students were required to bring in a leaf. They were then asked to add it to a picture to make it into something else.
CEDAR LAKE | All of the fourth grade students at Jane Ball Elementary School completed a project entitled “Hanging with Hoosiers!” This project correlated to their social studies lesson on famous people from Indiana. The assignment required students to select a person from Indiana who had ma…
CEDAR LAKE | Jane Ball Elementary School hosted a Veterans Day program on November 9. The program began with the presentation of the flag by Jane Ball Boy Scout Pack 129, the Pledge of Allegiance, and the National Anthem performed by Jane Ball’s music teacher, Mrs. April Severs.
CEDAR LAKE | Mrs. VanMeter’s fifth grade class at Jane Ball Elementary School presented their version of a Wax Museum on Halloween. Her students researched a famous person and wrote short biographies about that person.
CEDAR LAKE | Jane Ball Elementary School was treated to an anti-bullying assembly called “The Power of One” on Tuesday. The Power of One is a series of skits presented by actors who use boxes, colors, and masks to vividly portray what bullying is, what can be done about it, and how every chi…
CEAR LAKE | The Girls on the Run Program at Jane Ball Elementary School works to inspire the ideas of self-respect and healthy lifestyles in each other. The program addresses their physical, emotional, mental and social well-being as well as training for their own 5K run.
CEDAR LAKE | The fifth grade students at Jane Ball Elementary School have recently finished D.A.R.E. which stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education.
CEDAR LAKE | Mrs. VanMeter's fifth grade class at Jane Ball Elementary School presented their version of a Wax Museum on Tuesday, October 25.
CEDAR LAKE | Titus Eitel is a 4th grade student in Mr. Gibson's class at Jane Ball Elementary School. He has a collection of creepy dead stuff.
CEDAR LAKE | October is Fire Prevention Month and Jane Ball School was recently visited by the Cedar Lake Fire Department (CLFD).
CEDAR LAKE | Jane Ball Elementary School received a $500 Books for Schools award from Target stores. Target has teamed with a non-profit organization, First Book, to help reach their goal of donating $1 billion to schools to enhance their reading programs or school libraries.
CEDAR LAKE | Mr. Gibson's 4th grade class at Jane Ball Elementary School discussed the 10th anniversary of September 11th during their social studies lesson.
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