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Friday, May 26, 2017

This Week in Review - May 22 - 26

This information will also be found in Walter's weekly email:

Probability still reigns supreme in math class - we spent two days playing "rock paper scissors" (all in the name of data collection, of course), and one day trying to determine what letters are most popular in the english language, at least according to Dr. Seuss. 

Work also continues in our Singapore math books, at least for a couple more weeks!

We went to see "our" turkey vulture on Wednesday morning at LSNC, and went fossil digging in Ohio on Friday morning. 

Other special events were two musical performances that we put on for parents, grandparents and assorted other relatives. The final two EBs of the 2016/2017 school year happened this week, and teachers will soon be dreaming up fun adventures for next year. Writing, spelling, handwriting practice, and reading, reading, reading - all that important stuff happened too.

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