Friday, October 26, 2018

Kindergarten Potluck Dinner

We had a wonderful turnout for our Kindergarten Potluck dinner!  It was nice to see so many families
sitting down for a yummy meal and getting a chance to visit with each other.  The stone soup was a huge hit!  Mr. White did end up with the largest stone in his bowl of soup.  A big thank you to everyone for bringing food and for coming to the Potluck dinner.  It was great to see everyone.

Stone Soup

Kindergarten students were very busy cutting vegetables and preparing stone soup Thursday morning.  They did a great job making stone soup to serve at the Kindergarten Potluck that evening.
Just like in Pete Seeger's book and song "Stone soup is what you need when you have some friends to feed.  Step right up with what you got and put it in the big soup pot."

Monday, October 22, 2018

Leaf People in Richmond, an online class book

Check out the new book we just made with an app called My Story.  First we read Lois Ehlert's book, Leaf Man.  Then we created our own leaf people and designed things they could fly over in Richmond.  We took photos of our work, added our voices and the writing. 
We love our online book and hope you do as well!

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Kindergarten Potluck Dinner

Richmond Elementary School

Kindergarten Potluck Dinner   

Kindergarten families are invited to a potluck in the RES cafeteria on Thursday, October 25th from 5:30 - 6:30 pm.  RES will provide plates and utensils.  

Please bring a dish to share!  

This is an opportunity for families to get together in a casual atmosphere!  We hope you can make it!
DATE: 10/25/18
5:30 - 6:30 PM


Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Tie Dye T-shirts - Volunteers needed

Students will create tie dye t-shirts in ART CLASS during the first week of October.

We need adult volunteers to help in the Art classes, and/or to take shirts home to dye, wash and dry. Please see the link below if you are able to sign up to help. Thank you.

RES Tie dye T- shirt volunteer sign up

Guest Readers

Mount Mansfield High School students came to visit us on Tuesday.   They were wonderful readers and read some great stories to us.  We enjoyed listening to them. 

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Barber Farm Field Trip

Our field trip was amazing!  We enjoyed volunteering our potato harvesting skills at Barber Farm on Friday, September 21.  Kindergarten students picked hundreds of pounds of potatoes to
be given away to those in need.  We were excited to have this opportunity to do something to help others.  A big thank you to Charlie at Barber farm and to all of our volunteers.  We appreciated your help.