Grandma Epperson works hard all year making quilts for each child in Mrs. Garcia's kindergarten class. In December she brings the quilts, wrapped, and gives them to each child, and watches as they unwrap her gift, and then wrap their new quilt snuggly around them.
We truly love Grandma Epperson and are so appreciative for her love and kindness.
We are in need of glass jars for an art project we will be doing on the 17th. If you have any jars that are no bigger than a pint we will be glad to take them off your hands!
(Any leftover spaghetti jar, pepper jar, tall baby food jar, or jam jar will do!)
Ms. Tolman is also in need of 29 plain pinecones. If you have some to donate, please send them to the office with her name attached. Or if you know where she could find some, please e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All The Third Grade Teachers
For every 20 minutes of reading, a child gets a ticket to enter into the reading jar for a chance to win a prize. In December Mr. Argyle chooses students from the reading jar to build gingerbread houses with him. Gingerbread houses were premade so that the students could spend all their time decorating with a variety of treats. After the child finished decorating their gingerbread house, they picked a book to take home.