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Planetarium Presentation

I would like to thank our wonderful P.T.F. for funding last Friday’s visit from the Northern Stars Planetarium. All grades will see a presentation either on 3/17 or 3/24. The first graders enjoyed a presentation called “Where Do Clouds Come From?” We learned how clouds form, basic cloud types, the water cycle, evaporation, rain, snow, thunderstorms, and the seasons.

There are no pictures to share due to the darkness inside, but I wanted to let you know a little bit about it. Be sure to ask your child what they learned and if they enjoyed it.

Thank You,

Mrs. Sturgis


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Guest Reader 3/17/17

I’d like to thank Michelle Lewis for being our guest reader on Friday afternoon. She read Fancy Nancy and the Boy from Paris to end our week of sharing many books from the Fancy Nancy series. You might notice that there are a lot of shades of green on the students for St. Patrick’s Day fun.

Mrs. Sturgis

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Book Orders Due Friday

Just a friendly reminder that this month’s book order will be due on Friday, March 17th. You can either order online through the link on our schooliscoolwcs.com blog site  using a credit card or PayPal or you can fill in your paper copy and send a check made payable to Scholastic Reading Club.

Thank You,

Mrs. Sturgis


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Author Night with Matt Tavares

As a special author/illustrator night for Read Across America on March 2nd, we were lucky enough to have Matt Tavares from Maine give a presentation in the gym from 6-7 p.m. funded by our PTF. Afterwards he signed autographs. We had six students from our class join in the fun: Reese, Avery, Brianna, Caleb, Riley, and Everett. I hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did. The PTF also sold concessions in the cafeteria from 5-6 p.m. and the hallways were open to show off all the great student artwork and writing. There’s a few pictures below.

Mrs. Sturgis