“The mountains are calling and I must go.” (John Muir)
Ana and Mary’s Newsletter – September 25th, 2015
It was a beautiful autumn day in the mountains on Thursday. We were all in awe of the stunning aspen trees dressed in bright yellow. We trekked up the rocky trail and ate lunch beside a beautiful mountain lake. We scrambled up the mountainside, touched the trickling snow melt, and slid our hands across what is left of Saint Mary’s Glacier. We are growing our schema about the variety of habitats in our state. By walking through the subalpine up into the alpine our students witnessed how plant life changes with the increase in altitude. Thanks to the many parent volunteers who help make our field trips possible. Prairie Dogs and Owls continued to work on information writing this week. The owls have proudly completed their first information books while the prairie dogs researched and worked on information about prairie dog burrows and predators.
Sat., Sept. 26 – Garden Work Day – drop in and help out anytime from 9:00 – 2:00
Fri., Oct. 4 – ELC Community Circle 8:45 am
Fri., Oct. 9 – Field Trip to the Denver Zoo
Wed., Oct. 14 – Pumpkin/Zombie Dash
Wed., Oct. 21 – Early Release – 1:00
Thurs., Oct. 22 – Fri., Oct. 23 – Conference Days – Students come to school at their scheduled conference time only
Fri., Oct. 30 – All School Skate Day – Halloween Party
Check Out Our New Website!
Thanks to help from yet another wonderful parent volunteer we have a whole new website. Please go to starsmoonsandsuns.wordpress.com where our weekly newsletter will continue to be posted along with pictures of classroom field trips and other activities! Any parents with pictures of field trips can e-mail them to Michele (our website coordinator) and she will get them posted. Her e-mail address is email@example.com.
Garden Work Day – If you are able to come spend a few hours in the garden this Saturday, Sept. 26th the Garden Group would love to have your help. You can join us anytime between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Attendance Line (it is important that you call in your child’s absence!): 303-982-7053