Events at John Muir

Student writers outline events taking place at their schools

Here’s What’s Happening at John Muir Elementary:

At John Muir elementary school we are going to wear pink on February 26.

Because it is Harmony Day and because John Muir Jaguars care.  Also because of our great staff, thank you staff!

Also coming up we are having a Jaguar Art Show on March 6 from 10:45 a.m. to 6 p.m.

All of our Jaguars are making art such as clay, painting, and crafts. We will have everything out to share. We can’t wait to see you there.

On March 13 John Muir is having a talent show with lots of fun stuff, like singing, sports and biking. It is lots of fun so we hope to see you there.

We are all busy learning and having fun together. Go Jaguars Go!

John Muir Elementary is holding our first Art Show on Thursday from 10:45 to 6:00 in the gym.

Written by Sammy and Weston in Grade 4

 

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