We wrapped up a busy week before Thanksgiving with a variety of heartwarming teaching and learning opportunities today:
Our annual Super Outrageous Science (SOS) Day events found us exploring everything from butter to electricity to owl pellets (yes, really). Learners shared delightful commentary and observations throughout the morning as we visited classrooms. You can see some Head Start friends here presenting their theories on the process of making butter.
Our campus participated in a special Miller Rally this afternoon that involved us welcoming home a soldier mom stationed overseas for the past 15 months. She successfully surprised her second grade daughter on our campus, yet we surprised the mom with lots of flags, banners, and welcome home signs to show our appreciation for her service to our country. Special thanks to all involved who ensured we successfully pulled off this important mission! Welcome home, soldier; enJOY your family this holiday season!
Note: Our campus is closed November 25-29. Have a safe and blessed holiday!