School Report #38 April 1, 2021 Dear Smithfield Staff and Families, This 38th edition of the Return to School report includes our weekly report on COVID cases, updated...
School Report #36 Dear Smithfield Staff and Families, This 36th edition of the Return to School report includes our weekly report on COVID cases, the source of the spike...
School Report #35 Dear Smithfield Staff and Families, This 35th edition of the Return to School report includes our weekly report on COVID cases, recess updates, notes on...
Today in Mrs. Hayward’s class, the students ended the day with yoga. The students worked hard to make and hold the poses which helps to strengthen their bodies as they improve their flexibility. What a great way to end the day! view image
In first grade, the students were discussing story elements, specifically character and setting of the book King Kafu and the Moon. As Mrs. Martel read aloud, the students used their finger to track the words. The kids used a graphic organizer to record the information about the setting and then shared their thoughts with a neighbor. Students were asked to prove it by showing text evidence from the book. LaPerche friends are learning how to have discussions and share their evidence from the text! view image
Virtual paint night with our amazing art teacher, Miss Miller, was a smashing success. 75 students signed up to create masterpieces and they were impressive. Check out all of the art night photos here. https://photos.app.goo.gl/8iiDBenLuYAVweqv6 If you have not had a chance, add your pictures from art night! Who is ready for another night? view image
Did you notice the two barrels in the front of LaPerche and ever wonder who takes care of them and adds such beautiful seasonal creations? That would be the wonderful Connell family-Danielle, Ryen and Keira!! Thank you, Connell Crew!! Shout them out in the comments below!! view image
The students, staff and families sent Mrs. Bazinet off with lots of love yesterday as she heads into knee replacement surgery this morning. Our fifth graders were so sad to think that they would not see her again this year but Mrs. Bazinet vowed to come back to see them off to middle school. Two little ones came into the office and asked “which one is Mrs. Bazinet” and when she said “me” they pledged their love for her! Mrs. Bazinet was so thankful to spend the day at school surrounded by the kids. Send her some well wishes below! We love you, Mrs. Bazinet!! view image