There are so many highlights from the past two weeks, it is hard to do them all justice. We decided to make this particular blog a little heavy on the pictures to try to help capture all the wonder. It's been a series of celebrations: of growing things, of building things, and of our school community. We all went to the butterfly and hummingbird garden in Middleburgh to plant the zinnias we started as seeds two months ago. Seeing the big kids guide and play with the little ki
We are at that time of year when we are pulling together all of the pieces, making plans for our end of year celebration, doing a last round of assessments, and trying to finish up all of our projects. We are also really actively supporting community making and communication as we continue to get used to being back full time with a full school. I'm reminded of the joys of multiage education as I watch so many of our older children help to teach and mentor our younger students
We're back! This past week marked our first chance to have all of our students learning together 5 days a week. That was two big transitions for one week - 5 days in person and 22 students all together. For some of our newer students, it meant meeting some people that are brand new to them. So we played some name games, reviewed the daily schedule each morning, and checked in about how everyone was doing with all these changes. We did our best to embrace the wacky swings in w
Parent Weekly Emails
Each week, Country Classroom Head Teacher Tracy writes an email to our parents. Many of those emails we publish here.