Every morning, these little bookworms put pen to paper in their journals to share their thoughts about the story. It's fascinating to see the world from Fenway's perspective as he refers to the mother as the "Food Lady" and the father as the "Fetch guy."
One budding literary critic even mentioned that Fenway isn't a fan of the kitchen floor because it's oh-so-slippery! These insightful observations make our hearts swell with joy.
It's moments like these that remind us how magical the world of books can be. Keep reading, Grade 1!
It was a special homecoming of sorts for Aidan Polston!
Students at Grant D. Morse Elementary School finally got to see what was behind the facade wall in their gymnasium with a special inside tour. Once behind the wall they were able to see their school's nearly fully constructed stage.
Everywhere you turn, it's a winter wonderland with candy canes, snowflakes, and twinkling lights. But hold onto your jingle bells because there's a fairly new tradition at Grant D Morse Elementary School, and it's causing quite the festive frenzy!
One School, One Book orchestrates a collective literary adventure by selecting a captivating chapter book, distributing copies to every student, and encouraging families to embark on this literary odyssey together.
The Holiday Shop extravaganza has landed, and it's basically the Super Bowl of PTA school events!