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Diana Gonzalez Jun 19
Yo lo conozco como balero.
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Jesse Saucedo Jun 11
Dual Camp 2019 Students learning about Spain and it's rich culture. This week they are being exposed to the folkloric music, Flamenco. Sneak peek of a future performance!
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Diana Gonzalez May 21
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Diana Gonzalez May 9
La emoción de los estudiantes al ver a sus primos caminar por los pasillos de !
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Diana Gonzalez May 1
Usando una nueva forma de aprender palabras de vocabulario usando la tecnología con y . Gracias por darnos esta oportunidad!
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Diana Gonzalez Apr 25
Porque cuando les dejas la cámara lista, ellas aprovechan la oportunidad 😹
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Diana Gonzalez Feb 15
Disfrutando de la noche de película con PTA
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Erin O’Brien Jan 25
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Diana Gonzalez Jan 24
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Diana Gonzalez Jan 18
2nd day of trails done! 👏
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Diana Gonzalez Jan 17
Habitat Hike! We got lost on the way but were able to do the activities 😁
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Diana Gonzalez Jan 17
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Diana Gonzalez Jan 14
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Diana Gonzalez Dec 7
Gorge W Bush Library field trip.
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Diana Gonzalez Dec 4
In-Tents reading...kids are having so much fun!
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Diana Gonzalez Oct 30
Replying to @mbusrod
Yay! I’m glad he is!!!!
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Diana Gonzalez Oct 29
Remember, with stuff the pantry you have an opportunity to help your house earn points this week.
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Diana Gonzalez Oct 29
Replying to @HeatherDiaz2008
I’m also scratching my head to find an answer for this 😁
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Diana Gonzalez Oct 29
A6: i love the unity Vickery houses has brought between students in the different grade levels. What I want to see next is a combination of houses in each class. Sorting!
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Diana Gonzalez Oct 29
Replying to @mkwunderl
Yes! Unpacking a problem and understanding what is asked of them is so vital.
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