January 22, 2020
The month of December was packed with activities, studies, and fun. Our students worked on their Christmas recitations. Christmas songs could be heard throughout the school as students practiced for the upcoming celebration of Jesus’ birth.
Our last school day of 2019 ended with a fun party in which students exchanged gifts and treats that they had brought from home.
It’s good for us all to be together again in January, but returning to our pre-vacation academic levels (in math for example) has required some effort.
Parents, please review and practice the multiplication facts with your children. It will help boost their confidence as well as make math easier for them as they get older.
Thank you for all the gifts and prayers at Christmas time. It is a blessing to be able to teach your children and to witness them growing academically, physically, and spiritually.
Mr. Paul Kelm