Staff voted today and we are pleased to announce the following winners!
Congratulations to Naomi Weinbeck, from Mrs. Lelless’ class. Her drawing will be on the cover. (top right)
Congratulations to the following students. Their drawings will be on the back cover. Shrey Dalia (bottom left) from, Mrs. Diamond’s class, Anya Jain (top center) from Mrs. Sullivan’s class, Mia Li (top left) from Mrs. Diamond’s class and Anish Annam (bottom right) from Mrs. Post’s class.
Everyone did a great job and every drawing was a winner – thank you everyone for participating!
Check out the slide show at the bottom to see everyone's beautiful entires.
Today Jayden, Dominic and Ethan were our principals of the morning. They did a wonderful job and were so polite. They took the role very serious!
Check out the slide show below.
On Thursday, March 15 Eve, Bianca and Sabina were our principals for the morning. They did a wonderful job with the morning announcements and selected America the Beautiful as our song for the day.
I had the pleasure of spending Wednesday morning (March 7) with Maahi, Brady and Corey. The did such a professional job with morning announcements, and later joined in for activities in kindergarten and first grade classrooms.
Thank you to second grade teacher Mrs. Post and all of the second grade families who attended last night's Grade 2 Bingo for Books.
Last night was a great way for students to learn second grade high frequency words and have fun!
Jeremy, Addison and Oliver were our principals of the morning today. In gym we saw Olympic relay races and learned about each of the winter olympic sports. In kindergarten classrooms Oliver and Addison got to see their siblings and the three joined in to a dance with "Go Noodle". In Mrs. Post's second grade class we listened to two presentations, one on Tom Brady and a second on J.K. Rowling.
What a great way to spend the morning!
I had a wonderful morning with Lily, Jace and Zahra today.
In a kindergarten classroom we learned a special Valentine greeting, Lily got to watch her mom teaching in a first grade classroom, we later saw a kindergarten class recording in Seesaw and Mrs. Hannaford had second graders participate in an Olympic relay race then in second grade we saw a presentation on Alexander the Great! It was a busy morning. Check out the photos below.
Today pre-first and first grade students attended an Arts & Education Program entitled Animal Adventures. They learned about skunks, geckos, snapping turtles, lemurs, and more. Ask your child all about it!
Today I spent the morning with Grace, Elise and Amrita. They did a wonderful job with morning announcements an chose "You're A Grand Old Flag" as the song for the day. They also helped me to bundle the donated hats, scarves and mittens for the Make A Wish Foundation. We collected 33 hats, 65 pairs of gloves or mittens, 8 scarves and 21 sets of mittens, hats and scarves! Thank you for your generosity!
March at a Glance
Day in Ghana, Grade 2 A&E
School Safety Forum, Stony Brook, 7 PM
Principals of the Morning
Book Fair Begins
Day in Ghana, Gd 2, a&E
Yearbook Cover Designs Due
Movie Night 6:00 PM
Principal of the Morning
Parent Teacher Conferences, 2:00-11:00
No School for Children
Parent Teacher Conferences 9:00-11:00
Book Fair Ends
Parent Child Lunch, Kindergarten
Parent Child Lunch, Grade 1
Parent Child Lunch, Grade 2
Early Release, 12:20