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Class 8 Update – January 15, 2013

»Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in Mrs. Michaels | 0 comments

Dear Class Eight Parents, There is a program on Friday, January 18. The class wants to have a bake sale for this event. Your child will need to have his/her baked goods here before 6:30 p.m. on Friday. On Tuesday, January 22, our class meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. I would like to have one parent from each family. We will discuss money, class trip, the play, etc. Let me know if you are unable to attend. I want to thank everyone who contributed to my gift. I appreciate your thoughtfulness. I hope your holiday was restful and relaxing. Dates for Class Eight: Friday, January 18:             Early Dismissal (2:00 p.m.) Winter Program / Bake Sale Monday, January 21:          No School – Martin Luther King Jr. Day Tuesday, January...

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Class 4 Update – January 14

»Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in Mr. Gannon | 0 comments

Dear Parents, Some updates and reminders: *Friday, January 18th – Early Dismissal – 2:00, Winter Program – 7:00 (Students in classrooms at 6:30) *Monday, January 21st – MLK Day – No school *Tuesday, January 22nd – Class Meeting – 7:00   Returning from winter break the students were ready for new challenges, to continue the work we had begun and to take the next steps forward. Though the weather felt more like spring, they faced the new material of our Norse Myths with the attention of winter work. In class last week we heard the stories of the traditional Norse myths, the stories of the gods and giants and the struggle between the two.  Themes of honor and integrity mingle with temptation and trickery to bring up...

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Class 2 Update – January 11, 2013

»Posted by on Jan 17, 2013 in Mrs. Humes | 0 comments

A Letter from Mrs. Humes – Dear Class 2 Parents, It’s been a great first week from back from break! I hope you all enjoyed the break, as well as the calendars from your children. They put much hard work into them, and I apologize again for the mistake I made in putting them together. I heard many excited exclamations of happiness over their new crayon cases, and they are eager now to get a chance to use them during the school day. We have begun our second Math Block, with more stories about Fox Boy and Native American legends. We will be focusing on carrying (or regrouping), introducing five, six, seven, and eight times tables, reviewing and strengthening two, three, and four times and divide tables, and extending knowledge of place value through...

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Inspiring. Innovative. Intelligent.

»Posted by on Sep 4, 2008 in Articles, Blog, Recent News | 0 comments

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Educating The Whole Child

»Posted by on Aug 5, 2008 in Articles, Recent News | 0 comments

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