A Year of Growth, Learning, and Friendship

As Lower Elementary teachers, we have had the privilege of watching our students grow and develop over the course of the school year, and what a year it has been! A year of creativity and community, where we have come together as a classroom to learn, explore, and support one another in our academic and personal pursuits. 
Throughout the year, the students have explored a wide range of creative activities that have allowed them to express themselves and showcase their talents. From art projects and music performances to writing assignments and science experiments, each child has had the opportunity to express their interests and develop their skills in a supportive and nurturing environment. 

Some of the highlights of the year was our Elmer play and our annual school-wide Art Show, where children from all grades came together to display their work for the entire school community to see. It was a culmination of months of hard work and dedication, and the pride and sense of accomplishment that our students felt as they showed off their creations was truly inspiring. 

 This year we have fostered creativity and our classroom has also been a place where our community has flourished. Through collaborative projects, group discussions, and team-building activities, the students have learned the importance of working together and supporting one another. They have developed strong relationships with their peers and have created a sense of belonging that we’re sure will last far beyond the walls of our classroom. 
As the school year comes to a end, we are filled with a sense of pride and gratitude for all that we have accomplished together. It has truly been a year of growth, learning, and friendship, and we are grateful to have been a part of such a special classroom community. We look forward to seeing how all the students continue to flourish in the years to come, and we are excited to see the creativity and community that will continue to thrive at our school. 

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