The staff would like to thank the parents who came to watch the programs last week. The students worked hard on the music, poems, a play and sharing projects.
Mrs. Shelden's and Mrs. Stroh's classes spent a day in Seward collecting salmon eggs to put in a tank at the school's entrance and the students also toured the SeaLife Center.
The first-graders are working on handwriting and making great improvements.
The second- and third-graders are continuing to learn cursive writing, exaggeration and similes and how to answer high-level comprehension questions.
Parents are asked to send in 2-liter bottles and film canisters for upcoming projects.
Dates to remember:
Tuesday Picture retakes;
Oct. 27 Costume parade. The school asks that no scary costumes be worn; and
Oct. 28-29 Parent-teacher conferences. Parents are reminded to check with your child's teacher for their scheduled time.
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