12 October 2019

Maycember

The end of the school year is busier than December with all of the projects, parties and performances so I like to call it Maycember.

Nash did a report on Albert Einstein.
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Blake had a strings performance. 
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He carried that cello back and forth to school twice a week in addition to his backpack.
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Crew had crazy hair day at preschool.
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Finn was sad that Crew was getting all of the attention.
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So he posed for me too.
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Nash and Blake had a spring piano recital.
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Nash won an award for being the top reader in his class. His teacher pushed the Scholastic Reading Counts program like no other and had a huge competition going on all year. Nash was super motivated by this and was neck and neck with a couple of other kids in his class. It was a huge accomplishment to receive that medal.
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The top two readers from each class got to stand up and be recognized in front of the whole school.
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Nash's brothers were especially proud of him.
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Blake made him the sweetest card to congratulate him.
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Nash had the same teacher for two years in a row because she moved up a grade and she was so great for him. She believed in him and pushed him to be better. I credit her for his love of reading. Sometimes I think she understood Nash and his potential more than me! I'm so grateful for outstanding teachers. Nash is sure going to miss her next year. 
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We survived Maycember and celebrated the last day of school with the 5th grade clap out. Our friend Reese graduated from elementary school and I got a little teary thinking about how that will be Blake next year.
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