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Celebrating Down Syndrome Day!

Tomorrow–World Down Syndrome Day-ROCK YOUR SOCKS

Tomorrow is World Down Syndrome Day! Every year on March 21st people all around the world come together to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day by wearing brightly colored, mismatched socks. March 21 is symbolic because individuals with Down syndrome have 3 copies of their 21st chromosome. Socks were chosen because the karyotype of Ds chromosomes actually look like mismatched socks!

Please join us in ROCKING YOUR SOCKS TOMORROW!!

Story Time with our friends!

We love spending time with our friends!

Shamrock Shakes! A great hit!

Despite all allergies, we made Shamrock shakes! Students kept asking for more! ☘️

Trying pie today!

Most popular pie was cherry and blueberry!

Happy Pi Day!

March 14 (3/14) is National Pi Day! No, it’s not real “pie” day. But, it’s fun to celebrate with a delicious pie! Pi Day celebrates the number pi, also written with the Greek letter π. the number π starts out with 3.14 and March 14th can be written 3-14. This is just a fun day to celebrate math!

March is reading month – Charlotte’s Web

We have been reading Charlotte’s Web for March is reading month! Here is our classroom door to celebrate this novel!

Rare Disease or Disorder Day!

This week, Thursday, February 29th is rare disease/disorder day and the symbol for this is zebra print! Please join us in wearing your zebra stripes or black and white to support all individuals with a rare disease or disorder.

Just a reminder!

Due to elections, there will be no school on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. Thank you for understanding. Enjoy the day!