Kindergarten Sculptures are always creative.
Kindergarten students are working together to create pumpkin collages. When collaging they learn to paint below and over the paper to seal the collage.
The second graders are helping the kindergarten students write about out garden. We are keeping journals to observe what we see. There are many changes every day!
Thank You to Americor, Huron Pines, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts for attending our Compost Kids Earth Day Event. We sanded and painted 10 benches, painted a brick wall, planted 70 trees, built a new compost fence, raked and raked and raked! Our school yard looks great and we are very thankful for all the volunteers that came locally and from all over the state. Volunteering together makes a big difference to a lot of people!
Garden season begins today! Please bring your coat to every class with Mrs. Merdzinski because we will be going outside to look for signs of spring this week! We will be blogging about it, reading garden books in the library and making art in the art room! What did you see outside this week
Cleaning the dead leaves out of the school garden.
Walking the path in the school garden.
We celebrate reading in a big way at Cedar Lake. Today, we kicked off March is Reading Month with a school wide assembly. Please click on the link to see some of the fun activities that we have planned.
march is reading month
We are very excited to prepare for the 6th annual I SPY ART EXHIBIT. This year our theme is Camp Read A Lot! Any ideas of what we should make?
Today the PRIDE Group from REMS came over to perform for us. They told us the story of Simba. We learned how to make good choices. Thank You PRIDE!