Scenes from Campus: November 2021

This week Bluebell Nursery made wet-felted acorns & Morning Garden Transition Class children worked together to push a large stump up to the top of the hill.


 

Sharing a story in Dandelion Kindergarten.


 

Poppy and Dandelion Kindergartens “are digging for diamonds, dinosaur bones and a making a tunnel to the fence!”


 

Some of our classes and staff had to quarantine due to a positive COVID-19 exposure this week, so we had several substitutes in the building including Mrs. Shvartsman who came out of retirement to teach Russian to the grades (seen here teaching Grade 3).


 

Grades 3 and 4 give their all as they work together to free a ball from the top of a tree in the playground.


 

Magical Musical Moments! Grade 4 plays “Slowly the Golden Leaves” to the golden leaves.


 

6th Grade sews elephants led by Ms.Collier with help from Mrs. Konefal-Shaer, who also came out of retirement to help during staff and student quarantines this week.


 

Grade 7 enjoyed Renaissance history with costumes, music, crafts, a tin hammer-and-nail lantern-making activity, and JUGGLING!


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