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We are a K-5 elementary school in the Plymouth-Canton Community School district. Our enrollment is usually in the 460 student range, with average classroom sizes of 26 students. This is our nineteeth year of existence.
I have been hearing discussions at school recently about being naughty or being nice. This seems to surface around the holidays for some reason. In my own family, the four year old granddaughter knows that she is "nice" but has been worried that her little brother may be in the "naughty" category. Although my experience with him may point out that
Thanksgiving with my family is done. The turkey has been eaten, the shopping has taken place, the kids have played with every toy, all the football games have been watched, my mother has flown out to see my brother and my wallet is much thinner than before this holiday. How do we top this year's Thanksgiving holiday? So, what is next? People might think this is fool
My family celebrates every year by gathering at our house. Two of my children have larger houses than I have, but they want to celebrate and spend a couple of days at our house. My 86 year-old mother also joins us every Thanksgiving, flying in from Wisconsin. This year we will have sixteen people in our "not too large" house.
How strong are you? Most students want to be strong as they grow up, usually as strong as the adults around them. Lately, I have not felt strong. I started the habit of getting a donut with my morning coffee. In no time at all, I don't feel as strong as I did when I ate healthy and worked out. I have to get back into that routine of exercising more and working less
I spent Halloween with two of my grandchildren, doing the "trick or treat" routine in their neighborhood. The two year old, dressed as a pirate, preferred the witch's broom from the front porch to his pirate sword that was part of his costume. No matter how hard his parents tried, he was not giving up that broom. So off we went. The pirate with the witch's broo
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