We will have a PRIDE assembly tomorrow (January 25th) at the start of the school day. Wear green to show your second grade PRIDE!
The Annual Book Exchange will be held in the cafeteria on Wednesday, February 24th during the school day. Donate books you no longer want and take home new reading material.
Donation: You may donate as many books as you like. Here are some basic guidelines to follow when choosing your donations: Books should be in good used condition.
Books should be in the categories of picture, early reader, chapter, young adult, current elementary reference and current elementary non-fiction Educational activity books okay if blank; No coloring or sticker books Avoid commercial or TV/movie tie-in's please
Collection: A large collection box will be placed in the hallway opposite the main entrance starting January 22nd, Movie Night. Smaller collection boxes will be placed outside each Kindergarten classroom and the cafeteria’s stage starting January 30th through February 23rd.
Books will be sorted by parent volunteers and arranged for display in the cafeteria on February 24th. (Some books may be added to the library collection.)
Selection: Each class will have a time to visit and select books they would like. ALL students will get to take home new reading material.
Volunteers: Parents who are interested in helping to sort donations, staff the exchange or participate in clean-up please sign up at: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4faaaa2fa31-book
The Barth family enjoyed hearing a wonderful presentation from author/illustrator Jeff Kinney. He shared funny stories and he showed us how he creates his illustrations for the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" series. After the presentation, we were able to have a few books signed! This was really cool!
I hope you're having a relaxing vacation. It's been nice to have some time to go through my photos/videos from my trip to Dublin from the Thanksgiving break. My husband and attended two shows, one in which we volunteered for the ONE Campaign prior to the show. We had general admission tickets and were able to watch the show very close to the smaller stage.
I love staying connected between the classroom and the children's homes. I look forward to posting often this year! Feel free to leave comments!