This was field trip week!
Despite the miserable weather on Monday, the students enjoyed a fantastic trip to Plimoth Plantation. This trip furthered the work we did in the classroom this fall when we studied the Pilgrim's settlement in Massachusetts and their relationship with the Wampanoags. Having the ability to see a replication of an early English settlement and a Wampanoag village enabled our students to better visualize all that they had learned.
Conversely, the weather for yesterday's trolley tour of Mendon was glorious! I wish to extend a very special thank you to Mr. John Trainor, Mr. and Mrs. Grady and the fabulous students from Miscoe Hill who planned and conducted our trolley and classroom experiences. I am very thankful that they were willing to volunteer their time to help the third grade team teach local history. Having experts on hand to help us do this important work is priceless! I would also like to extend a warm thank you to the Clough PTO and Jen O'Donovan for funding the trolley this year. The entire experience was just perfect.
The American Revolution: 1763-1789
The Musical Opera!
Our BIG night is scheduled for Thursday, June 20th. The actors will take the stage at exactly 7:00 PM. Invitations will be going home soon so that we can get an idea of home many guests we'll be entertaining. Please feel free to invite extended family and friends. We're aiming to make this final production our best yet!
There will be a small cast party following the production. Please contact me if you'd like to provide a beverage or snack for our celebration.
2/11/2023 07:46:01 pm
This is awesoome
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Putting students center stage for 18 years