Important Dates to Remember

Author: kkruse  //  Category: Important Dates

Friday, May 23rd   Helping Hands Day

Monday, May 26th   No School, Memorial Day

Wednesday, June 4th  Martha’s Vineyard Field Trip

Thursday, June 12th  Field Day

Thursday, June 19th Kite Day

Tuesday, June 24th, Last Day of School

Early Release Day – March 11

Author: kkruse  //  Category: Important Dates

Don’t forget that Tuesday, March 11th is our last early release day.  School will be dismissed at 12:40pm.

Don’t Forget to Set Your Clocks Ahead!

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Remember to “spring forward” by setting your clocks ahead by one hour this weekend for daylight savings time.

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November Newsletter

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November 2013

Early Release Day 10/29/13

Author: kkruse  //  Category: Important Dates

Don’t forget that Tuesday, October 29th is an early release day!  Students will be dismissed at 12:40pm.

Welcome Back Letter 2013-2014

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It’s that time again!  I can’t wait to see you all on Tuesday, September 3rd.

You who-where are you??

You who-where are you??

Helping Hands Day, Friday May 17th

Author: kkruse  //  Category: Important Dates

Our second annual Helping Hands Day is quickly approaching.  Our class will be hard at work planting a Memorial Day garden at the Falmouth Public Library followed by a cookout at Mullen Hall with other Helping Hands participants and their families.  Lets hope for good weather on Friday!

Mullen Hall School Garden Fund Raiser, April 3rd

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Learning about minimum, maximum, and the middle (aka the median)

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The kids learned all about how to figure out the minimum, maximum, and middle of a set of data by measuring their head sizes and their arm spam.  They then had to get themselves in order from the minimum (smallest) to the maximum (largest) size.  The HUGE challenge was to do it without any talking.  This was challenging at first but they quickly got the hang of how to communicate about numbers without any words.  Once they were in order, I had them sit down starting with the minimum and the maximum, the next minimum and maximum, until we got to the median value.

All sorts of pictures

Author: kkruse  //  Category: Uncategorized

As promised, here are some of the pictures I have taken this year.

Making Waves exhibit at Cotuit Center for the Arts:

Career Day 2013