Author and Kingston resident Professor Featherbottom (AKA Paul O’Neill) visited Elizabeth Lopez’s room to read aloud his book “The Last Rainbow.” It is a story about a leprechaun, called Fergus, who is looking forward to receiving his special rainbow at the Annual Rainbow Celebration. But when Fergus finds out that all of the rainbows are gone except for one, which doesn’t have the color red, Fergus feels unlucky.
King Scrimclaw explains he shouldn’t feel unlucky, in fact he should feel like the luckiest leprechaun of all. Scrimclaw exclaims, “Sometimes, Fergus, it’s what we think we are missing that makes us most special.”
Grade 3 students at Cahill Elementary School were seeing "spots" when they combined their music and art classes in celebration of International Dot Day.
The sixth graders of Cahill marked the culmination of their seven-year expedition through elementary school with a momentous moving-up ceremony held on June 14.
Congratulations to Cahill Elementary School’s Grade 4 musicians, who celebrated Spring with a joyous concert held in their gymnatorium on June 7.
Educator Edge and World Savvy co-sponsored a Climate Summit at Vassar College to discuss methods and best practices for teaching climate-related curriculum on Tuesday, April 25.
St. Patrick’s Day is a great day to teach children about the Irish. Celebrated annually on March 17, children at Cahill Elementary School learned all about shamrocks, leprechauns, and colorful rainbows, but they also learned how being different is what makes each one of us so special.