Now that we’ve started the first full week back in our normal routines after Winter Break, our students in Lower Elementary have hit a stride in their daily work periods. With the reliable time slot of two hours every morning, students know that they can begin works and activities that might take a while and still manage to complete them by the end of the work period, even with a snack break and some chatting mixed in.
Some of the works that you see students doing in the photos above include the Montessori grammar boxes, the Albanesi Mathematics curriculum, the Kumon Telling Time workbook, the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum, the Montessori puzzle maps, independent silent reading, a jigsaw puzzle, and a monthly Lego calendar.
Pokémon Trading Card Game Club meets tomorrow (Sunday) at the Oxford Lane Library from 1-3pm. Tomorrow’s meeting is scheduled to be held in the Havighurst Meeting Room (upstairs). Should we be moved to a different space, we will post a notice on the front door of the library.
You can always check this page on our website for Pokémon Club dates and times. Our upcoming meetings after tomorrow are on January 22, February 5, and February 19.
Many Upper Unit students are participating in the Oxford NAACP’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Art Exposition this year. This annual event celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. through the visual and literary arts.
The students’ work will be on display Monday, January 16 at Shriver Center on the campus of Miami University. There will be a short program which begins at 11:00 am. We hope to see you there!