This morning as I greeted students in their Carhartt coveralls coming into school with a “Happy Friday!”, I received a “What? It’s Friday?”, a “No! I don’t want it to be Friday!”, and a “I’m going to die without school!”
Band meetings in the morning. The Slightly Undead Goats visited Coffee Bar.
Then it was back to work!
Our first Expression phase is coming to a quick close with only three days of school next week, so there was a big rush to work on unfinished furniture and sectioning out spaces in Kid City.
Audrey wrote, “I played and made a counter.”
Other projects continued, too.
“Today I started building my house/store. I also crocheted,” Zada wrote.
A view from the second story.
A pre-preview of Kid City.
Quinn wrote about his day, “Today my band group went to a market and got some snacks. Two new kids came to visit for the day. Today I also learned how to use the jig saw, and got better and better.”
When the collaborators told everyone that there was a four-day weekend this weekend, the cries of “NOOOO!!!” vastly overruled the only halfhearted hoorays. What other kind of school gets that kind of response?