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December Assembly: Sharing Student Work

December Assembly: Sharing Student Work
Posted on 01/04/2016

By Lauren Morse

There’s nothing like the look on a child’s face when he or she feels proud. That look was rampant during our December Assembly on Sharing Student Work. Organized by the JK-K Team, each year this Assembly is an opportunity for students to share songs, artwork, stories, math work and more with their peers. Students bravely got up in front of the entire school to share what they have been working on in class. There were a few nervous giggles along with many moments of sheer brilliance. Kindergartners read paragraphs, English Language Learners presented for the first time, students read and acted out Pilgrim Diaries in costume, and students sang songs about the grand old flag and even one about landforms! Each performance was done with precision and enthusiasm. The Assembly ended with all of the JK-K students singing and moving to an inspiring song – Love Yourself by Khari. The students sang about being beautiful, worthy, priceless, and smart. We couldn’t agree more.

Next up: January’s Assembly will be on Diversity and Civil Rights