After hurriedly setting up lunch, putting away lunchboxes, and applying sunscreen, the children of Blu rushed outside today to release the butterflies that have been emerging in the classroom.
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…).
The poems the children learned this month are called April Showers and Five Little Ladybugs.
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This is Yzma. She is with us two days a week to finish her training with children.
We have a lot to accomplish in these last six weeks, so I thought I’d send a little update outlining everything so that nothing comes as a surprise.
The children are diligently practicing for the play in spite of my regular interruptions with offers of new lessons and reminders to follow-up with old lessons.
Musical rehearsals are now well underway! We will continue our once a week rehearsals until we get to the week before the production. Everything is coming along nicely. I’m excited for you all to see it. Admission is free and the house holds 296 people, so feel free to invite family and friends!
All the world’s a stage in the Oak Room! If you read last week’s bulletin you saw our drum circle with Mamadou Traore. Mamadou is teaching me to play the djembe. He kindly brought in enough instruments for almost every child in Oak and Eucalyptus. As a side note, he was very impressed with how many countries in Africa the children were able to name.