International Dot Day
Library, technology and art collaborated on an elementary school-wide project for International Dot Day this week. Dot Day is based on a story by Peter H. Reynolds. A little girl named Vashti believes she cannot draw. Encouraged by her teacher, she starts with just a dot. By the end of the book, Vashti is the one encouraging other kids to “make their mark.” International Dot Day is now celebrated in schools in 196 countries. Here is a message from Peter H. Reynolds
Thank you so much to the parents who helped prepare the materials at home!
Our Middle and High School library is busy every day with students and teachers using it for a variety of purposes. As the “hub” of the school, this is certainly what we want to see! Here is glimpse from the past week:
MS recess/lunch, MS Spanish class