Room 309, 6th grade, will be off to the River next Monday, October, 16, 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.
We are looking for someone willing to don waders and venture into the the waters to drag out rocks and mud for the kids to scour for animal life. Intrigued? An avenue opening into a new life? Please step forward and I will do my best to give you some rudimentary training.
In the vacuum created in the ecology program tomorrow, I will be start gluing up the leaf collections for the 1st grade, in the Conference Room. Please join me, after drop off, if you can, to learn the ropes and come back at times more amenable to you. With thanks.
On Tuesday next week, October 17, kindergarten will venture out to the garden to harvest potatoes (hope there are some down there),
poke around the compost,
sketch the last of the autumn flowers in the garden.
All three kinder-classes will be out (in succession) between 8:30 and 10:30.
Hope the weather is autumnally,
but whether or not, we're going to go out!
More ecology news on the way ...