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Between being gone all last week and with the semester ending I’ve been slacking on the website. I’ll post a ton of photos later on but here are a couple important upcoming events. 

-Monday, December 18th is our class party from 1:30-2:30pm. I sent a sign up sheet home earlier in the week. Almost everything is already signed up (so awesome).

-Tuesday, December 19th is our class read in day. Students are encouraged to wear pajamas, bring 3 of their favorite books, and a blanket. We will spread out all the blankets and unwind with a fun book. Please make sure everything fits in your student’s backpack or in a bag. 

All of this info is in your student’s red daily folder. Thanks!


Lee’s mom stopped by this morning to read an awesome sequel about Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and answered a lot of random questions about Lee. For example we found out that Lee loves chicken and pizza, but not chicken on her pizza. 

Vote for Oliver and Emily!
Today we voted for two first grade representatives to join the student council. The nominees from our class were Oliver and Emily (posters by Ginger and Titus). Tomorrow we announce the results before we leave for our field trip. 

Have a wonderful, fun, safe, and relaxing Thanksgiving break!

Today we said goodbye to Jeremiah as he heads back to California.
We will miss you Jeremiah!

Today Jack’s dad read to the class, answered a whole bunch of questions about Jack building with Legos at all hours of the night, and now holds the title of “tallest mystery reader.” 

Our newest book, Crankenstein, was finally published! A class of authors and illustrators. 

Our favorite new morning meeting game… Kooseekee!

The blue is new!

I sent home an updated class directory today on blue cardstock. Stay warm and dry tonight!

Thanks to everyone who ordered books through Scholastic in October. Because of those orders we got all of these books for free!
 I’ll send home the November and December catalogs later this month. Let me know if the books are a gift and we can arrange a way to get them home without the student knowing. Thanks!