Children’s House students have been showing us what it means to help one another. Whether cleaning up a spill, mending books or assisting a classmate with a jacket, these students are more than happy to jump in and help their friends. Hopefully this spirit of cooperation rubs off on us all!
Under the watchful eye of our Music teacher Crystal, the toddler community was thrilled with their introduction to the accordion! Students pushed buttons and helped squeeze the instrument to make notes and sounds.
A few Lower Elementary students visited Toddler Community & Children’s House students this week. Our younger students were excited to have some of the “big kids” read a story, explain some of their work or demonstrate how quilting works. What a treat for all involved!
Oak Hill 4th graders recently participated in the Shoreview Human Rights Commission’s poster contest called “One Community of Many Colors.” Students submitted art to represent what that phrase meant to them. One Oak Hill 4th grader was awarded honorable mention for her work! Congrats to all involved at Oak Hill, and around the city of…