It doesn’t seem as if it can possibly be close to the winter holidays when I look out at the Peace Garden and see grass and not a bit of snow. We all know how quickly the weather can change here, though, so we’ll be having students bring home all their winter gear over the break, but they’ll need to bring it back in January. We are no longer sharing any clothing from the lost and found, so it is very important to be sure to send your child to school with snow pants, boots, hats, mittens and coats.
It’s a pleasure to see the first Eagle’s Nest go out. This school newspaper has been a long standing tradition at our school. It’s been going on for over 20 years! It’s been nice seeing all of the writing going on around the building in anticipation of the Eagle’s Nest and for other projects. One of the projects I have seen is the Savannah students have been working on sending letters back to their Pen Pals at Bridgewater Elementary School in Northfield. The Savannah students seemed really focused on their writing knowing that they had an audience outside of their classroom that they were writing to. It’s a very cool project!
I am writing this the day after our Holiday Program which was wonderful. I have gotten so many positive comments about the performance. It was special seeing Matthew put together his first program and to pull it off so beautifully. We are grateful to all our families for the support and effort you put in to make this program a success. I know from personal experience the morning after a concert can be challenging as a parent!
As we move closer to the winter break we also move into another phase of the school year. By the end of January we will be half way through this year and the days will be getting longer. I hope all of the Nerstrand families enjoy the winter break. Looking forward to seeing you in 2016