John Muir events

Student reporters write about happenings at their schools

This month, we have Culture Month, where we talk about stereotypes, and being aware of different cultures. We’re going to learn and study about different countries.

This week, we are learning about people with autism, and how to help them learn and grow. At John Muir, we make sure all kids are included.

Last Wednesday, we held a Carnival Night from 6 to 8 o’clock p.m. Thanks PAC and Adult Helpers, We’re had a lot of fun! Games and prizes! WHOOPEE!

Last Wednesday, we also started Discovery Afternoons again! We got to choose from Fairy Gardens, Scrapbooking, Artist Studio, Runners-R-Us, Weaving, and 3, 2, 1, Blast Off! We hope to get our #1 choice!

That’s All, Folks!

Written By Evan and Emily in Grade 5

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