Mrs. Pollacci to students: 'We are proud."
Teachers pay families a visit to celebrate graduations.
Pieces of students' own poems collected into a single piece called "In School Days."
The works encompass a variety of media and themes, all informed by lessons in art history.
Reusable fabric masks are being provided for free amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Online classes began March 23.
Students build skills in research, geography, and writing for biography presentations.
The outing was the second weekend outdoor opportunity for grades 6-8 this year.
With lots of fun activities, the milestone becomes a continued learning experience.
My teachers make me feel happy about learning how to read and write. I love my teachers!
When I started first grade, I knew how to add and subtract. Now I know how to multiply and divide, too!
I was a little nervous the first day of technology class. When we started, I used to type with my index fingers. Now I use my five fingers, and I'm one of the best in my class.
I feel confident that I have developed good study skills and an ability to write. I feel eager and ready to attend high school next year, armed with the skills needed to succeed.
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