Northeast School is SO COOL! February has been a very busy month for Northeast teachers and students. Groundhog Day was honored and celebrated by many classrooms. Punxsutawney Phil predicted that SPRING is right around the corner…we shall see!
The 100th Day of school was celebrated by all on February 4th. Many students and families made some wonderfully, creative projects that can be seen on display throughout the hallways of the school. Classrooms engaged in all kinds of literacy, math and science as a part of 100th day FUN!
Valentine’s Day did not fall on a school day this year, but many classrooms still had Valentine exchanges and parties. Thank you for all the families that contributed and helped with these classroom events. It is very much appreciated!
Kindergarten has been busy learning about letter patterns and popcorn words, Presidents, ground hogs, and different ways to count to 100. First Grade is soaring through the Solar System, learning about the planets, the sun and the moon. There’s so much to learn about our Galaxy! Second Grade has been creative in writing persuasive essays, building pioneer villages, and doing community service and learning about bugs.
There is a whole bunch of learning going on at Northeast School! Enjoy!