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  • 5th Graders Visit Lansing Symphony

    Ralya and Murphy 5th graders took a field trip to the Wharton Center to hear the Lansing Symphony Orchestra perform "The Orchestra Swings". Students were able to study swing and learn a few tunes to sing along with during the performance in their music classes prior to attending. The Lansing Symphony, along with many other symphonies nationwide, takes part in Carnegie Hall's "Link Up" program. This program links curriculum and orchestral performance experiences to elementary school students each year. We look forward to taking part in "The Orchestra Sings" concert next year! Click headline to see more pictures.

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  • Murphy Helps Ronald McDonald House

    The Murphy Elementary School Student Council sponsored a Donation Drive to help support the Ronald McDonald House of Mid-Michigan. This wonderful organization supports families who have loved ones staying long-term in the hospital, and provides shelter, food and comfort for families in their time of need. Students and staff felt a calling to help support their local community and the Murphy families delivered, donating over 200 items!  Murphy teachers Christina Feeney and Kelli Ford delivered the donations to the Ronald McDonald House on behalf of the Student Council and Murphy Elementary.

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  • Murphy Salmon Release Day

    Fifth graders at Murphy Elementary School released 71 salmon into the Red Cedar River on the campus of Michigan State University with the special assistance of Mr. Mark Stephens and Mrs. Zsa Mahon. The release day is the culminating activity for the "Salmon in the Classroom" program.  This program, which is supported by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, provides students with the opportunity to learn about the history of salmon in the Great Lakes, the detrimental effects of invasive species, and a year-long study of the salmon's life cycle. (Click headline to read more.)

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  • Murphy Hallway Habitats

    Second and third grade students at Murphy Elementary School created "Hallway Habitats" to go along with their Life Cycles and Traits Science units and Animal Research writing projects. Students made 3-D versions of their chosen animal from everyday products from home. They learned about animal life cycles and specific traits that help animals survive in their habitats. Students and staff  have enjoyed seeing the hallways come to life! 

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