The 100th day of school

Dear Families, Happy Friday! Sometimes I think that cold bound teachers in the Northeast got together to brainstorm a bunch of random celebrations in February and March to help them get through winter. I know that I can choose not to celebrate them, and I did take it easy for Groundhog's Day this year compared to some years past, but I really do like a little extra fun at this time of year when I find that children hit the "sibling" stage of classroom development. They all know each other so well at this point that they can play beautifully together. They also know how to aggravate each other. Extra fun events give us a chance to play, be silly, and celebrate as a group. 100th Day of School

Open enrollment & our little engineers.

I am beginning to meet with families interested in sending their children to Country Classroom next year, and it's an exciting process. I'm looking to have the right balance for next year's class with some children from each grade and a reasonable gender balance. Our hope is to have enough students to have Theresa in the classroom every day - yay! We won't get bigger than 15 students, so we'll have plenty of space for dance parties and plenty of time to devote to each student. All of these meetings give me an even greater respect for all of you. When we didn't even have a classroom space yet, you were willing to jump on board. Thank you for allowing us to make this amazing place where childr

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Each week, Country Classroom Head Teacher Tracy writes an email to our parents. Many of those emails we publish here. 


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