Mrs. Anzivino

Calamity Day Lesson Plans

Elementary Supply List 2014 - 2015 ATTACHMENT Below!! At the bottom of the page.


With Pascha (Easter) arriving soon I wanted the children to experience the Ukrainian tradition of creating Pysanky eggs . This elaborate art project is best explained at the following website . Until then enjoy the slide show to see the children engaged in this elaborate Ukrainian tradition!
Thank you Krupa (YSU premed student) for coming to our school and sharing the Indian culture with us! The saris, jewelry, photos, and your Bharatanatyam dance were beautiful!  The Q & A session was very informative too.
We wish you the best in med school!
Thank you Kathy for bringing Africa to HTOCA! The  African crafts, benches, jewelry, clothing, and all the artifacts made for an authentic learning experience… one the students will never forget! Just as I’m sure the children of African thank you for your mission work, we here at HTOCA thank you for sharing your time with us too!
Science Fair

Wow! HTOCA’s Science Fair was a great success! The preschool and elementary children had a chance to share their science experiments with a crowd of family and friends who barely fit in the classrooms. Thank you to all who helped the children discover science hands-on!


Roman Aqueducts
The Kindergarten and 1st graders learned how and why aqueducts where built in Ancient Rome. You can imagine the intrigue and excitement the children had when they poured water into the aqueduct to see how it works. "Mrs. Anzivino tilt it up so the water will go faster," is what a child said. They also learned that an arch can hold a great amount of weight and was used specifically for that reason in the construction of aqueducts.
Click on the link below to see us  in action.
Wagon Trails Field Trip

Last Day of the 2010-2011 School Year


Mud Houses Early Farmers

Pysanky Egg Art Project


2009 Science Fair

Sonya Anzivino,
Mar 10, 2014, 7:26 AM