Hold on to Your Hats!
After that insane storm last night, we are so happy that the sky is once again blue and bright. Mother Nature is obviously in support of our creative and inquisitive spirit on this special day here at school.
Today, the children spent much of their day sharing their Favorite Character, Favorite Author, Vertebrate/ Invertebrate stories and costumes with classmates. Then they headed out doors to share their work with so many of you. OK, so it’s windy as all get up, but the kids held on to their hats – as did our guests. Thank you to those who were able to join us at our Annual Fall Parades! So much creativity on the part of our students and staff was on display today. Smiles were spotted all day as we celebrated the love of literature and science in our community. Please enjoy the photos below.
Hard to believe it is already November… and around here that means LOTS of activities. The next Family Fun event is our Pancake Breakfast NEXT Saturday, November 9. The pancakes and all the fixings will be served at the Sweeney Post in Manchester. Please see below for more info and don’t miss it! We do need volunteers to help make the event a true success. Please click here to find out how you can help! The food is great and it’s a wonderful way to kick off the weekend together.
Last week we learned about a very special story. Two of our Lower Elementary Student, siblings Hudson and Quinn – were so positively affected by our All-School Service Day at the NH Food Bank that they organized a Hot Cocoa/Cider Stand a few weekends ago with a friend. After splitting the funds evenly among the children, Hudson and Quinn decided they wanted their portion to be donated to the Food Bank! The funds they shared provided approximately 116 meals. Thank you Hudson and Quinn for being so thoughtful and generous in support of our NH friends and neighbors who are food insecure!
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