Yearly Archives: 2003

Olympic Day Survives Rain

The annual Olympic Day began with the usual excitement of getting outside for a day of fun, but a steady drizzle quickly moved students inside for the Indoor Olympic Day. Alternate activities provided indoor challenges as the obstacle course took on a new look and the high jump threatened the Walnut Room ceiling. As the

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Middle Ages Come Alive

On Friday, May 23, the sixth graders took a step back in time as they presented their Medieval Faire to the rest of the school and invited guests. King Bryan Weber and Queen Abbey Boehm welcomed everyone. Court jesters, troubadours, knights, monks and nuns as well as many others sold their wares in a Medieval

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First Graders Love Moms

The first graders in Mrs. Kincaide’s class lavished their mothers with affection in celebration of Mothers’ Day. They recently presented a play called “It’s Mom-sense”, dedicated to the mothers with all their love. The students shared words of wisdom, advice and inspiration. A social followed the performance with many hugs, kisses and pictures. The first

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