For the last day of GOWeek, 4K created and delivered thank you notes to the police officers who serve as crossing guards at Hyde Park. We are so thankful for community helpers; Thank you police officers!
Our 4K friends had the opportunity to Zoom with some HP high schoolers today. They read a few different stories and we heard a little bit about what high school is like. It was a fun way to build community.
Today our class watched this week’s elementary chapel. Mrs. Suhr challenged our school to look for ways to show God’s love to others as part of this year’s GOWeek! In response, our class made special awards for the Kindergarten classes for doing a great job using sign language and singing “Love in Many Languages” during today’s chapel. We delivered the awards and said good job to each of the Kindergarten classes this afternoon. Below are pictures of the awards our class made. Yay for showing God’s love to our friends at school.
Today 4K friends made a kindness quilt in honor of GoWeek. They listened to a story called The Kindness Quilt. Students took turns sharing ways to show kindness. Afterward, everyone made their own patch to add to the kindness quilt. It was a fun way to kick off GoWeek!
We had a very busy day in 4K during GoWeek Day 2. It started off with chapel hosted by our 5th Graders (with a special guest appearance from Banana Kid – just ask your kiddo_. We worked together to continue creating our culture fair exhibit that’s happening Thursday. We visited the Food Pantry across the street from Hyde Park and delivered all of our canned goods. We worked hard by helping stock the shelves and we were able to learn more about how a Food Pantry works and how this Food Pantry helps serve our community. We heard from an organization called Footprints. We are looking forward to another fun day tomorrow.