Articles by: Annie Teague and Margret Romero

Numerous Creations

Numerous Creations

  Highlights: Last week it was delightful watching kids bring donations for the Family Visitor Center Moms and their babies. We were also happy to make $275.00 at the cookie sale for The Family Visitor Center. A special thanks goes to: Elise and Meghan for creating a captivating flyer   Christine, Amy, and Christine Tullar making scrumptious cookies Kimberly, Yosefa, and Kathy  for selling the cookies Paradise Bakery for donating 100 cookies Language Arts:Reading: In…

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Giving

Giving

      Highlights: At The All School Meeting the Ks took turns telling about The Gift Giving Project for The Family Visitor Center. They invited the entire school to help bring joy to needy moms and their babies in the valley by sending in specific items and buying a cookie at the cookie sale on this coming Thursday. (Ask your child and or, check last week’s post for the specific items.) Language Arts:Reading During…

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Gratitude

Gratitude

This past week the focus was on gratitude. After hearing two different books called Giving Thanks the Ks talked about what they were grateful for. Then they wrote and illustrated their ideas. Many of the Ks wrote that they were grateful for family, friends, pets, the moon, trees, and the stars. They Ks also happily made cards for Jim stating what they appreciated about him. They said that they liked Jim because “he listens to…

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Kind Acts

Kind Acts

  Highlights: Connecting to our kindness theme, five Ks went to Woody Creek Kid’s, the  preschool on our campus, to help Veronica teach the preschoolers a few songs on Wednesday morning. Addy Shine brought in two books to share  with the class about kindness. After reading the inspiring true story from Africa, Wangari’s Trees of Peace,  we started a conversation about what we could do to take care of our school both inside and outside. …

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A sweet, short week

A sweet, short week

Highlights: It was a short, sweet week for the Ks. The Halloween events were fun. For the costume parade the Ks walked by the eighth grade judges and  the entire school. They stated their name and their character. They happily watched each grade repeat the process. Later on, they enjoyed the carnival games that the 5-7th graders had set up in the gym.  In the afternoon, they created bats.   Gratitude: Thank you, Rowan and…

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