Archive for September, 2018

A fantastic ODE!

This week was all about ODE! We completed our books about what we expected ODE to be like. We created our Intention Flags…we hung them with pride at our campsite! Our circles focused on ODE and what we were looking most forward to on our trip. Students worked on choosing a menu for ODE. Outdoor Edna visited the classroom during math time and shared some of the items she was considering bringing on our trip…a […]

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Garden, Clay, and Sukkot

  Highlights: On Tuesday, the Ks dug up potatoes and a few radishes in the  garden bed. On Wednesday they glazed their Narcissus Pots and saucers. On Thursday, thanks to Jasper’s Dad and grandparents the Ks learned a little about a Jewish holiday called Sukkot. To experience part of the tradition, the Ks hiked up to the pond above the school and had a chance to toss bread into the pond as a metaphor of letting […]

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Books, BBQs, and Buddies

Happy Friday, everyone! READING UPDATE: Don’t miss our Family Literacy Night on October 4th! We are lucky enough to host Gary Johnston, an educational expert known for his engaging presentations for parents about how to support reading at home. Kids can snuggle up in their PJs for a cozy evening of reading and pizza in their classrooms with a teacher. This is really an event you wont want to miss, even if you have a family […]

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