‘K’ is for Key Lime Pie!

‘K’ is for Key Lime Pie!

We love our cooking Thursdays!  Today we made mini key lime pies with our friends in Mrs. Wilson’s class, Ms. Dawn, our speech teacher, and Ms. Britt, our OT.  Yesterday, we started by making our little pie crusts with graham crackers, sugar, and butter.  Today, we made our pie filling and whipped topping!  We smelled, tasted, and helped by activating a switch to power the hand mixer.  Everyone will be going home today with their own mini key lime pie!  Enjoy!

Parent Feedback Survey

Parent Feedback Survey
This survey consists of two questions to collect parent feedback on the possibility to pilot year-round school concept in one or two elementary schools. One of the arguments for year-round schooling is that children will have better knowledge retention versus having too much of a mental break in the summer. School calendar would be extended to include additional four weeks in the summer. Please click on the link to share your feedback: https://goo.gl/forms/vtnCmpKQYcd6Q4jK2

 

يتألف هذا الاستقصاء من سؤالين لجمع آراء أولياء الامور بشأن إمكانية تجريب مفهوم المدرسة على مدار السنة في عدد صغير من المدارس الابتدائية. إحدى فوائد التعليم المدرسي على مدار السنة هي أن الطلاب يحافظون على متابعة التحصيل العلمي خلال الصيف. إذا قمنا بتنفيذ هذه
الخطة سيتم تمديد التقويم المدرسي ليشمل أربعة أسابيع إضافية في الصيف
   :يرجى النقر على الرابط لإكمال سؤالين حول مفهوم المدرسة على مدار السنة

‘H’ is for Hummus!

‘H’ is for Hummus!

Today we made hummus with Ms. Dawn, our speech teacher, and our friends in Mrs. Wilson’s class.  We first looked at and smelled all the ingredients.  Next, we put all of the ingredients into the food processor.  Then, we used the adaptive switch to blend all of the ingredients to make our final product!  Lastly, we choose if we wanted to taste the hummus with a carrot or pita bread.  It may have not been the tastiest hummus, but it was a fun experience!