Second graders at E.C. Best in Traci Ledesma's class read aloud the story, You're Finally Here, and then they did an activity shown by Jaxson Lister. Kari Lister, a teacher at EC Best, wants the parents to know, “Overall, it is going well, kind of weird with the masks and all the cleaning/health procedures, but other than that, well. I am so happy to be back in the classroom with my kiddos and you can tell that they are happy to be back too”
Students in Ms. Golden’s 2nd grade are practicing interacting with their peers while social distancing and sharing what it feels like to be back in their classroom. The students have responded well to being back in class and are positive about the upcoming year. Students pictured below: Tayler Jensen, Cooper Shuey, Paris Manzo and Leland Dewey; writings by: Berlynn Johnson, Isaiah Goldfin and Krista Dalton.
Students from Mrs. Lister’s 3rd grade proudly displayed their projects after reading the story The Jelly Doughnut Difference. After reading the story, the class then talked about the many different ways to be kind. Students then did an activity that displayed ways that they felt they could be better at being kind. Pictured below are Sophia Alexander, and Michael Lister.
Numa students are doing a great job of being respectful of distancing from each other as they get ready to head home after their morning at school.
Students from Mrs. Solinski’s 5th grade enjoyed learning about each other and practicing social distancing as they interviewed fellow classmates. Pictured below are Keiandrea Milbrook and Angela Gonzales (by window), and Tyler Crystal and Kynzlee Krata.
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