It's supposed to be cold.
Here's what's up in ecology.
Monday, Feb 8
First grade does bark rubbings, Locust, sycamore and ash.
Room 205 11:30
Room 111 12:15
Room 211 1:15
Many hands will help with these little ones.
Tuesday, Feb 9, 8:30
Room 208 is off to see the river at Berteau
in the colds of winter. Last week we saw a giant hawk,
coyote scat, cardinal, woodpeckers, etc
Bundle them up!!!
Wednesday, Feb 10, 9:30 -12:30
3rd Grade, room 201 is off to Sauganash
to experience the cold, cut brush and track wild animals.
If you can join us, meet me at 9:00 for briefing.
Thursday, Feb 11, 9:30 - 12:30
5th Grade, Room 310, on their make-up trip to Sauganash
to cut brush, ID trees in winter, and count the overpopulation of deer.
Join us at 9:00 by the fish tank.
Friday, Feb 12, 9:30 - 2:30
6th Grade Room 309 does the Chicago River / water / sewage system tour.
We visit the treatment plant at Howard St and see what "treated" sewage looks
and smells like; we visit the Wilmette Locks where the giant flushing infrastructure of the sewage system resides;
then to the Evanston Water Utility to learn how water is tested and treated to be safe for drinking.
A fun journey through five towns. Meet at 9:00 and pack a lunch.
Sunday is Valentine's, one of my favorite holidays.
A big 💟💟 to all of you dear friends.
As my mom used to say:
"Love each other".