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Allen Elementary teacher Barbara Belford publishes middle-school novel “Canned and Crushed”

AURORA – Barabara Belford grew up wanting to be a writer.
 
“Always,” Belford said. “I love books and I love stories. I love being immersed in a world that’s not your own, being in that dream while you’re reading the book.”
 
Through the years she has been published in journals and newsletters, but today she added fiction author to her resume. “Canned and Crushed”, Belford’s first published book, was released by Sky Pony Press on Tuesday, March 3.
 
Belford has been teaching at Allen Elementary School for 25 years. She is the school’s reading interventionist, meeting with small groups of students throughout the day, coaching them on reading skills. Through the years, she found that her students didn’t have enough books that resonated with their lives.
 
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Bardwell Elementary staff releases “Uptown PARCC” music video

AURORA – It’s testing season again in districts across the state and that can only mean one thing: It’s time for the Bardwell Elementary School fifth-grade team to release a new music video. With the new national PARCC testing beginning Tuesday in East Aurora School District 131, dozens of Bardwell Elementary School staff joined in a musical stress reliever.
 
“Uptown PARCC” features Bardwell Elementary School staff singing about raising scores and celebrating smart kids. Besides the federally mandated test, the song was also inspired by the Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars song “Uptown Funk”.
 
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Help improve your school by taking the 5Essentials survey

The thoughts and opinions of East Aurora parents are essential in helping us give students the best educational experience. We want to hear from you!
 
You can share your thoughts through 5Essentials, a survey that all Illinois public schools use to gather feedback from students, parents and employees.
 
There are two ways to take the 5Essentials survey:

  • Online: Go directly to the survey at:
    https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/
    Or, click the button on the right side of the page.
     
    Select “Parent Survey”. Type “Kane” in the county box. Then type your student’s school name in the next box.
     
    If you contact your school’s parent liaison, they can also help you fill out the survey online through a computer at school.

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  • On paper: Contact the parent liaison in your student’s school and they can provide a paper copy of the survey to fill out.
     
    We’re hoping that before March 13, all our families will take a few minutes to complete a survey for each school their children attend. It is important to hear from you!


 
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More News

 

Allen Elementary teacher Barbara Belford publishes middle-school novel “Canned and Crushed”

Two East Aurora NJROTC teams finish in the top 10 at Marksmanship Championships

Bardwell's 5th grade team stars in PARCC music video

East Aurora High School jazz concert March 3, choir concert March 5

PARCC testing to affect upcoming high school schedule

No late start for high school on March 3; testing will begin at 7:55 a.m.

Fred Rodgers Magnet Academy National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) kicks off food drive

East Aurora High School bands to present ‘Music from the Movies’ Wednesday night

East Aurora High School senior Tim Young wins state wrestling championship!

East Aurora High School senior Tim Young to wrestle for state championship Saturday

Fred Rodgers Magnet Academy class to be featured in PBS show this weekend

Public invited to forum on Senate Bill 1, which would restore state funds to East Aurora

Help improve your school by taking the 5Essentials survey

East Aurora High School senior Tim Young headed to state wrestling meet

Fifth grade boys basketball players, young cheerleaders compete on Saturday, Feb. 14



 

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