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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Mrs. Bittle's Room "Smells" Like Christmas!


Mrs. Marie Spratlin came to Mrs. Bittle's classroom and made applesauce and cinnamon ornaments with their class. They had a wonderful time and the whole room smelled like Christmas!


Students in Mrs. Brooks' class working on their "Mexican" Christmas Art."

Mrs. Santa came and read a story to the first grade classes last week. She brought them a candy cane from Santa and had several messages to them from Santa. R. L. Young's first graders were thrilled to meet Mrs. Santa and so were Mrs. Bittle and Mrs. Brooks.

Mrs. Brooks' class made pinatas for their study of Mexico. Each class in first and second grade did a study of a different country and their customs and traditions for Christmas celebrations.

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