Important announcements for our final two days of school!
These last weeks have been a whirlwind of activity as our students prepared and carried out a phenomenal graduation program for our outgoing 6th and 7th graders. Everyone worked so hard to make it the best graduation celebration ever. Today, we took our graduates out for a special lunch and movie while the others finished sewing, binding, and decorating their books.
Hidden Figures Movie Tomorrow
On Thursday, we will watch the movie Hidden Figures, based on the book we read in class last year. Please make sure you sign the permission slip so that your child may watch with the class or simply write your own permission on a slip of paper if your child has lost theirs.
Makutu's Island on Friday
We are still missing a couple of forms and payments, so please let us know if your child will be at school on Friday, so that we can provide an alternative activity for them if they aren't going with us. Also, every child needs a signed waiver and clean socks to attend. We are sending waivers home tomorrow, but you can also find them here.
Our color classroom yearbooks are simply gorgeous. We are attaching the color PDF that the children made in case you would like to share a digital version with family and friends. We are amazed at the solid effort put forth by each child to plan and format their own yearbook pages. This is truly the best student-made yearbook ever!
Tomorrow, all students should finish their self-published books. It has really opened every one's eyes to the publishing process and so many are increasingly grateful for modern technology! This year, most of our young writer's books were more than twenty pages and it took a long time for everyone to sew all their pages together. If your child brought their book home, please make sure that they return it tomorrow so we can take some of our author's celebratory photos as well as time for extra embellishments to their covers.
Thank you so much for supporting your child in our lovely classroom. We could not do it with your support in the classroom and at home. Your support has turned the challenging start of our year into triumph!