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Beckie Hocks Oct 9
Sending my first tweet!
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Ashley Swanegan Nov 8
Fun Friday practicing vocabulary and making comparisons playing Apples to Apples!
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Mrs. Alexiou Sep 23
Recognizing notable Hispanic Americans as part of Hispanic Heritage Month at !
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Ms. D Oct 4
Enjoyed lunch with some of my boys and their friends today. They were so excited they didn't know who I should sit by. Some of these students I've had for 3 years.
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Becca Stock Oct 7
Had a productive brainstorming session with representatives from Refugee and Immigration Services. We discussed ways to support refugee families as they learn English. So glad the could donate a cart full of books and materials to their organization!
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Caitlin Richardson Sep 5
I’m so proud of this student for earning a positive office referral. He is learning English and has taken the time to carefully respond to questions with thoughtful responses. This is so challenging and his perseverance is admirable.
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Ms. D Nov 7
Digging deeper into landforms and human settlements with and 2nd grade. These students are working on writing about their own dream land with unique physical characteristics and reasoning. They are so excited to complete another non-fiction book!
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Ms. D Oct 17
Counting, sorting, coloring, and graphing 🎃🎃 with kinders! We recounted them a lot and were able to answer "which color had more pumpkins? and "which color had the smallest amount of pumpkins?" Some talkative and constructive days with
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Becca Stock Oct 21
Thrilled to welcome a new family from Kenya to the department and to the district. We are so grateful to have been able to gift them with backpacks stuffed with goodies thanks to the Interagency Council on Immigrant Health and their generosity.
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Beth Butcher Oct 28
Early Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations with and her class today. Folding Calaveras for writing, Marigolds & Coco made for a fun (and informational) day! Celebrating our students’ cultures is so important.
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Beth Butcher Oct 21
So much fun at staff pumpkin painting event! While it isn’t incredibly geographically accurate, 🤷🏼‍♀️ I’m proud of my globe pumpkin. 🌍🎃
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LSalem Oct 9
My students love Writing A-Z when practicing using transition words in paragraphs!
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Jared Belden Oct 2
Working on tiger stories this morning with kindergarten ELs. We identified a problem for our main character. Lots of stories about tigers who want pizza : )
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CPS EL Dept Nov 6
Thank you to for welcoming elementary teachers for a visit to Newcomer Center!
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Mrs. Nunamaker Oct 9
First and second graders working on cause-and-effect relationships with fun fall activities!
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Caitlin Richardson Oct 11
🇳🇬 M soo makeranta wam (I like my school). Thankful for Fanan, Avese, and Doofan’s father for sharing about the Tiv language with and classes.🇳🇬
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CPS EL Dept Oct 24
had a great turnout for their parent event this week! Thanks to and for speaking to our families!
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Fairview EL Falcons Oct 15
Fourth Grade ELs working on a science project at the Fairview Park!
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Ms. D Oct 25
These girls read a book called I Love the Earth. Then we brainstormed ideas of ways we can help the Earth. Students picked ideas from the list to put into their book.
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Mrs. Nunamaker Oct 7
Grateful to receive the Assistance League of mid-Missouri grant for new resources for English learners!
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