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Ford Video Gallery

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ford students engaged in learning & fun

                  (Videos are in reverse chronological order with the most recent event first.)


Ford's Littlest Library Learners

Centers give students the ability to try different activities and be more active in their learning. We don't always use centers in the library but when it's almost testing season and our littlest learners need practice using the technologies on which they will be taking those tests, we use centers and www.jigsawplanet.com to give them fun practice manipulating items on the screen using  the mouse. Our littlest library learners did a CHAMPION job, as always!


FES Best Year ever 2017-18

Mid-year highlights from the 2017-2018 Best Year Ever! Video showcases special events and activities starting on the first day of the 2017-2018 school year. Highlights on this video include first day activities, the Carolina Choo Choo, Books and Boo, Veterans Day, Christmas Extravaganza, 1st Quarter Awards, World Read Aloud Day, STEM Car Challenge, Read Across America, and various group field trips and classroom events through early March 2018. 


read across america 2018 @ ford elementary school

Highlights from our school wide Read Across America Reading Celebration as part of the National Read Across America campaign which highlights literacy in honor of Dr. Seuss´ birthday.


Books and boo 2017

Books and Boo is a Halloween celebration of literacy at Ford Elementary School in Laurens, SC. Students come with their parents and siblings to enjoy games, treats, and reading-related activities - dressed as their favorite book character! This year, our Books and Boo event hosted more than 200 students and their family members.

Books and Boo is a Halloween celebration of literacy at Ford Elementary School in Laurens, SC. Students come with their parents and siblings to enjoy games, treats, and reading-related activities - dressed as their favorite book character! This year, our Books and Boo event hosted more than 200 students and their family members.


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