The last day of school was filled with excitement! We started off the day watching a Teacher vs. 6th Grade volleyball game and before we knew it, it was time for our make-your-own-sundae party.
Students enjoyed loading up their bowls with yummy toppings.
Thank you to everyone who sent in toppings for this delicious end to our day!
Once everyone was finished eating, students signed yearbooks.
I passed out memory books for anyone who didn't have a yearbook so everyone had something to collect signatures.
Then it was time to line the hallway to "clap out" the 6th grade students. There were lots of tears during this bittersweet occasion.
Possibly the most exciting part of the day came when a student revealed that he had heard some of our students mentioned on TV while watching PBS in regards to one of the writing contests we entered this year. We did a little googling and sure enough, we had two third place winners and a first place winner! Congrats to these students and I hope to do a blog post when I get more information!
The 2014-2015 school year was an incredible one for me, and I will never forget it. Each student played a special role and brought something important to the class. This was a class of eager learners, high achievers and students who were kind, generous, funny and sweet. Through this blog, you now have a permanent record of the amazing 2014-2015 school year. The blog will be archived so you and/or your child can look back at what we did in 1st or 2nd grade.