Well, the Great Gingerbread Hunt was our focus this week. We read many different versions on The Gingerbread Man. On Thursday we made the dough and then Wednesday we rolled it out and cut out our own gingerbread boys. After decorating them with raisins and red hots, we took them to the cafeteria to bake. We warned the people in the cafeteria to be careful, as these cookies are known to run away. When we went to get our cookies after lunch they had run away! We searched the school and asked teachers and students throughout the school if they had seen them. They all said they heard lots of little footsteps running in the hallways. We finally tracked them down. The sixth graders had found them and kept them safe for us. We were so happy that we decided to share our cookies with our 6th grade buddies
Congratulations to everyone on such a successful Celebrations program! The children worked very hard all week and were very proud and excited to perform for their parents. Thank you for all of your support!
Our Holiday Party will be on Monday at 9:30. All are welcome to attend.
The children are welcome to wear their (school appropriate) pajamas to school on Tuesday. They may also bring a small stuffed animal or lovey. We will be playing outside so please, no slippers or house shoes.
June Fazio 12/16
Yara Mustafa 12/19
George Monson 12/23
Leonor Diaz Ramon 12/23
Eben Simon 12/30
The first day of school will be Thursday, January 4th
We hope everyone has a happy, safe holiday break! Enjoy spending time with family and friends and we will see you in 2018!
All classes will need snacks Thursday, January 4th. Please help us to restock our cupboards!
cereal (not cheerios)
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