Also in the Library this week…
Kindergarten–To get ready for St. Patrick’s Day next week, Kindergarteners heard Alice Schertle’s Jeremy Bean’s St. Patrick’s Day about a boy who forgets to wear green. After being teased he is rescued by his principal in a very effective way and the day turns out for the best after all. We checked who would have been okay if Friday had been St. Patrick’s Day as a little practice for next week. And then we counted the days until Wednesday. (Can you tell who once forgot to wear green when she was in elementary school???)
First Grade–Mrs. Steele’s class was at the assembly this week and Mrs. Ishikawa’s class was on a field trip to Lake Cachuma.
Second Grade & Third Grade–Voting Day arrived! After reading Do Unto Otters, the last of the 5 books for the California Young Reader Medal, second & third graders cast their ballots.
Fourth Grade–Continuing our theme this week of digital citizenship, fourth graders saw a short video about “Netiquette” on the website BrainPop. After discussing the similarities and differences between who you are in person and who you are online, we took a quiz. Both Mr. Orr’s and Mrs. Edwards’ classes scored a perfect 10!
Fifth Grade–Mrs. Wooten’s class missed library because of a symposium I attended Monday morning and Mrs. Weill’s class played a rousing game of Jeopardy.