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Hi Everyone, What a year!  Please hug your child from me and tell them how proud I am of them.  This will be a time we all never forget.  As much as I wish things could be different, I have to look at the optimistic side of things and know that this WILL make our students stronger, more adaptable to things we can't control and grow their character.  I will miss them so much and I wish you all a fabulous summer! Student Belongings IF families are allowed to pick and drop off items next week or in the summer months, I have stored ALL of your child's materials including journals, writer's notebooks, headphones, etc. from their cubbies in their locker .  Please do NOT ENTER the classroom.  Everything that they had in the classroom is now in their lockers.  Anything not picked up will be unfortunately thrown away so please make sure to check your emails for when picking up/distribution is. I have collected their library books if they were in their cubbies and I will

One week left!

Hi Everyone, It is hard to believe that we are coming to the end of the school year.  I appreciate everyone for trying their best during these difficult times but still persevering through our school closure.  I am very proud of my students and can't believe we are coming to the end of the school year.  I hope you have a fantastic summer and come back next year and visit me!   Parents - if you could please send one current picture of your child for me for our end of the year picture to post on the blog for the last week of school I would appreciate it.   For those of you who don't know, I grew tomato plants from seed this year at my home and named a plant after each student.  I asked the students their seating preferences and planted them in my "classroom" garden bed accordingly.  Now, I get to be with them all summer and watch them grow even more!  Check out the pictures of my "students" in their tomato form on the Class Photos page! Next Week W

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