Maybe it’s because they have just finished two-legs of horse racing’s triple crown (with the Kentucky Derby and The Preakness completed), but all I can think of right now is… ‘Down the stretch they come!”
It is unbelievable that we are under 20 school days left in our school year and will be into June next week. With this in mind, I wanted to share a great post from Pernille Ripp about helping parents support summer reading for their children. Pernille, a 7th grade teacher in Wisconsin, has some great advice for the parents of students at all grade levels in her post
Parents – How to Help Your Child Love Reading Over the Summer. I encourage you to share it with all of your parents in the closing weeks. If you are looking for a great read for the summer yourself, then I encourage you to check out Pernille’s Passionate Learners – How to Engage and Empower Your Students
Day 154 – May Social Skills Lesson Teaching about Tolerance and Accepting Difference – Memorial School Guidance
Day 157 – “FASHION ON THE HILL” SETS ARTISTIC PRECEDENT – Ms. Chang – BHS Art Dept.
Day 158 – http://burlingtonblogs.blogspot.com/2016/05/day-158-spring-poetry-book-mrs-hoyt.html
Day 159 – Enhancing Student Learning With Technology – Pine Glen Library and Technology Center
Day 160 – Exploring the Reservoir – Mrs. Cyr – Memorial School Grade 3