Yesterday was the last day of school… and a big last day! The last day I will have three girls in elementary school. All three of them in one building.
Next year? Two in elementary, one in middle school, and a high school senior! Crazy, really, when I think about it!
Beginning of the year:
End of the year:
Em will never forgive me for not letting her go back for her glasses And Erin doesn’t need hers anymore!
last elementary report card…
last walk home as a kindergartener…
Em’s Bubble Yum Award for her ‘fun and bubbly personallity’
Erin was so proud of her photo she got taken with the principal
And Elena got the ‘Cheerful and Good Learner Award’
Next year -
this wasn’t from the last day, but it’s the most recent shot I have of him
Elena’s teacher was Mrs McGuiney… her best friends were Kaiya and Hailey… her favorite activities were the Fourth Grade Celebration, Harrisburg Field Trip, and the Wizard of Oz play (she played Auntie Em)… her favorite subject was science… her favorite project was her Milton Hershey report… her favorite days were Colonial Days, field day, and Valentine’s Day… and she really enjoyed being a part of the Safety Patrol this year.
Em’s teacher was Mrs Marsden… her best friends were Hannah and Rachel… her favorite activities were the Franklin Institute field trip, going to the YMCA… her favorite subject was reading… her favorite project was her clown fish research and diorama… her favorite days were Fun Friday’s, the Polar Express day, and PJ day.
Erin’s teacher was Mrs Benner… her best friends were Isabelle and Emma… her favorite activities were the field trip to the Da Vinci Science Center, Christmas party and kid writing… her favorite subject was reading with Mrs Schartel… her favorite project was making Valentine bags… her favorite days were the 100 Days Celebration and Farm Day.
Joey made it to the State Wrestling Tournament again this year. He placed 8th in the 120 b weight class in AAA. By doing so, he made history again this year – he became the first Berks Wrestler to medal in AA and AAA divisions. (Last year his 7th place medal earned him the title of the first father-son team from Berks to place at States). He overcame great obstacles this year after sitting out the first four weeks of the season with mono, and suffering a concussion at States. I am more than proud of him!
Looking forward to enjoying a (hopefully) restful summer and then gearing up for a crazy 2013-2014 school year!