Sterling Middle School is partnering with the EyeSeeMe African American Children's Bookstore to sponsor an Online Book Fair, Monday, February 19 through Friday, February 23. Located in St. Louis, EyeSeeMe African American Children's Bookstore provides the very best books available on the market today projecting positive, self-reflective images of African Americans and African American culture.
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls’ Basketball Team- A BIG shout out to Coach Burdett and the Varsity Girls’ Basketball team! They won the championship. Way to go Girls! School Board Meeting Recognition- On Monday, Nov. 27, Coach Burdett and the JV and Varsity Girls’ Team will be recognized at the School Board Meeting Monday night at 6:30 in the Board Room. Come out and show your support to the Lady Jaguars and Sterling as they are recognized by the Superintendent and Board Members for their AWESOME season. Both teams won 1st Place in the tournament and are the City Champions! Way to go team! Your hard work has paid off!
Sterling Middle School students in Mr. Clifford's 10th hour art class began working on the mural at the beginning of the school year. Each student made individual plans for the mural and then worked together to combine the ideas for the final design.
This month Peoria Public Schools introduces Saturday University, a new learning opportunity for third and sixth grade students to sharpen and strengthen math and reading skills. Beginning October 21 and meeting from 9 a.m. to noon on 20 Saturday mornings through April 14, Saturday University will be open to 100 students. The program will be held at Glen Oak Community Learning Center and bus transportation will be provided. Bradley University students and Caterpillar Inc. volunteers will work with students, as well as certified teachers and teacher aides. The program will include field trip opportunities, prizes and other incentives. Click on this story for the links to register and for the full list of program dates.
Sterling Middle School students accompanied art teacher Mr. Clifford to Northwoods Mall this week for the Canvas Project. The Canvas Project recruits local artists to teach art classes at the mall. Artist Pam Miller demonstrated her technique using acrylic paints. Miller also make polymer clay jewelry and spoke to the students about working in that medium.