Friday afternoon, San Gabriel 9-12 class invited Sierra Nevada over for a Science Fair organized by some of the San Gabriel students.
Here’s a look inside the spring edition of the Bergamo elementary student-run newspaper – of special note is a visit with Governor Gavin Newsom (and I’m a little partial to the art in this edition…).
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Brian LaTour is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and educator.
He has taught music for Bergamo Montessori School and Woodland Montessori School for the past thirteen years, offering lessons in piano, guitar, double bass cello, electric bass, drum set, and Latin Percussion – including congas, timbales, and bongo.
If your child has had a classroom change for the new school year, be sure to make the edit on the hot lunch website.
Thank you to all that came to our Green Eggs and Ham play! It was so much fun to share with you the hard work we put into the production. The children did a fantastic job, and every single one had an important job, whether they were in the play or not. How neat!
The details of our the last two weeks this school year are as follows:
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The children have already begun their hard work to put on their Green Eggs and Ham play next Friday, May 18th.
“…we are going ahead with our last classroom social on May 18th beginning at 3:15pm. You probably already heard about this but in case you didn’t, the Arancia community has committed to presenting a play of the book “Green Eggs and Ham” on this day, so you are in for a real treat! “