Tracker's Travels (classroom #6)


Tracker, the CEHD {stuffed} Polar Husky, is emBARKing on her own expedition to visit GoNorth! Classrooms around the world!

Follow Tracker's progress and learn what students are doing in the GoNorth! classrooms she visits during:

Tracker's Travels: Tracker's 2010 Classroom Expedition

         
 

         
 
  Legend icon= A GoNorth! school on Tracker's route
-- Check out messages and media from the classrooms below
 

How does it work? A few weeks before GoNorth! Greenland 2010 began, all registered teachers received a Polar Husky Alert about Trackers 2010 Classroom Expedition. Interested teachers then entered their name into a drawing. We printed-out the name of every teacher who registered and put all those names into Tracker's travel  bag.  We then randomly selected 14.

Check back every day M-F to see where Tracker is & what she is doing in the classroom. It's going to be a howlin' fun adventure!


     
 

Elberta & Rosinton Elementary Schools

Mrs Arnould's Class

Baldwin County, Alabama, United States
Latitude: 30˚37' N Longitude: -87˚41' W

     
    Monday, March 29

After traveling 1,367 miles this weekend Tracker arrived in Alabama!

Never one to suffer from jet-lag, she is already an Alabama Fan "Role Tide" and she is going to experience some of our "white stuff" sand.

   

 
    Tuesday, March 30

Tracker helps keeps the halls quiet for the students during testing week. She participates in a webquest adventure through space to search for their “Missing Principal”. She helped students answer the alien’s questions for retrieval of the school’s principal. Then she practices with the students on the track for an upcoming race as part of the "Rosinton Runners Club".

          View Tracker's Photo Gallery                        

   

    Wednesday, March 31

Today Tracker added another 'first' to her list: she made the morning announcement and greeted the students in assembly.

She participated in the "Outdoor Classroom" Project at our school with some of the students who are making a pond and habitat in our school yard!

She enjoys the warm weather and sunshine and has found she is an Alabama Football fan along with other students at our school. Roll Tide.


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    Thursday, April 1

Tracker helped us celebrate the ending of SAT's and ARMT.

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    Friday, April 2

Schools in Baldwin County were closed on Friday so Tracker packed-up her bag and began her trip to her next school.
 
                       
                       
     
     
    See what Tracker did before arriving at Elberta & Rosinton Elementary Schools