Monthly Archives: June 2013

Philip Foster Farm! (Student Reflections Added)

This post is a long time coming. Two weeks to be exact. Two very busy weeks where I basically haven’t had time to turn around, let alone go through the approximately 3,500 words that students generated the day after we … Continue reading

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Class Notes for June 10-14, 2013

Boy, has this year gone by  fast!  It seems like just yesterday I was shaking hands with the 24 students of Room 24 for the first time and here they are getting ready to become 5th graders next year. What … Continue reading

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Fourth Grade Family Breakfast Next Friday!

You are cordially invited to the End of Year 4th Grade Family Breakfast! What:  An opportunity for all the 4th grade students and families to get together and celebrate the hard work and wonderful community of the 4th grade classes.  … Continue reading

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Jean’s Urban Forest Farm!

Jean’s Urban Forest Farm is just a short distance from Lewis, but it is like being in another time and place. Yes, you can hear an occasional truck on Johnson Creek Boulevard or see an airplane zooming by overhead, but … Continue reading

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Class Notes for June 3-7, 2013

Is it June already? Where did the year go? We have two very action-packed weeks of school left, so buckle your seat belts and here we go! First up are the back-to-back field trips on Monday and Tuesday of this … Continue reading

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Portraits of Young People as Artists

Our most recent art project was the brainchild of Alea. She introduced the art of British artist Andy Goldsworthy to the class last Friday and came up with a list of objects we could use to construct our own Land Art in … Continue reading

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