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Montessori Charter

Posted: Wednesday, April 30, 2003

Montessori students will go on an overnight field trip to the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward on Monday.

The kindergarten class is finishing its study of Australia. Students learned about marsupials and constructed boomerangs. Kindergartners also have enjoyed having butterflies in class but soon will release the insects. Some kindergartners also are studying the solar system and creating books on the planets. The class will take a trip to the library today.

The first- through third-grade class has been studying the solar system. Students have learned about Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars and continue their study this week with Jupiter.

Thanks to everyone who attended the spring open house last week.

Individual school pictures will be taken at 1:30 p.m. today. Siblings can have their pictures taken starting at 2:30 p.m.

Mountain View Elementary

Thanks to everyone for helping with the Can Round-up. Continue to bring cans and the boys will continue to recycle.

May 15 is the last day the school will serve hot lunch. Students will need to bring cold lunch the last week of school.

Mrs. Steward, Mrs. Gustkey and Mrs. Keating's classes are enjoying a trip to the Kenai Fjords today.

Mrs. Keating and Mrs. Steward's classes will learn about "Leave No Trace" from Kenai National Wildlife Refuge personnel. Both classes will participate in activities Thursday to prepare them to "leave no trace" on their six-mile hike Friday. They will stay at the Outdoor Education Camp on Thursday night.

Anyone interested in being a PTA officer next year is asked to call Megan O'Neill at 283-8462.



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