Memorial Day is the time we remember all of those soldiers (and anyone in the Armed Forces) who gave their lives in the defense of American freedom. In war and peace, they made the ultimate sacrifice, and because of them we are privileged to live the American Dream.
Once a year, we honor them, their sacrifice, and those they left behind. Here are some activities to help students understand the import of this day:
15 Memorial Day Websites for Students
What do our current 5th graders want to know about life as a 6th grader at Chipman? “On Deck Day” will help enlighten you on the many opportunities that W.T. Chipman has to offer. See the attached agenda for more specifics.
On Deck Day 2015 Agenda
Mrs. Pam Hobbs, 2014-2015 Central Elementary and Lake Forest District Teacher of the Year (TOY) addresses the TOY nominees Monday evening at Lake Forest High School. Central TOY for 2015-2016, Ms. Kasey Abbott, second from left, stands with all the nominees, and 2015-2016 District TOY Mrs. Kelly Sipple, second from the right. Congratulations to all!
The 5th grade band performed to a full house Thursday evening. They sounded great!
Weston Williams, (front row third from left), with all of the winners at the May 7, 2015 DSEA Human And Civil Rights (HCR) Awards banquet. Weston was the second place winner in the grades K-4 Computer Technology Awards category.
Standing with the group at the back is L. Amillion Mayfield (Amillion the Poet, www.amillionthepoet.com) who was the recipient of the HCR Community Award.
Weston with Lake Forest Winners (more…)