Fox Hill Happenings ~ 3/17/17

Just when we started to entertain thoughts about spring, a strong reminder of winter arrived on Tuesday!  I hope everyone enjoyed the snow and stayed warm!  Our custodial crew did a great job plowing, making paths for staff and students and our town did a great job plowing the parking lot!  This unusual week ended on a fun note as we celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day by wearing green and having a bit of fun!  This morning kindergarten students were very excited because Fox Hill School was visited by several lucky and mischievous leprechauns who left behind green footprints and several pieces of luck!  Our first graders made beautiful rainbows with rays of color that illustrated their many different colorful personalities.  Fox Hill School is so fortunate to have such creative and caring teachers and students, both bring joy to each other and to Fox Hill School.

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Fox Hill Happenings ~ 3-10-17

Every 6 weeks, each grade level comes together for what is known as “Community Circles” at Fox Hill School. “Community Circles” is a time for each grade level to meet with me and their teachers to celebrate the grade level’s community accomplishments and to discuss and commit to implementing solutions to the challenges each grade level faces or is interested in tackling together. Community Circles are incredibly rewarding as students share their voice, allow themselves to be vulnerable in a safe community environment discussing the challenges they face as well as the joy they experience at school. “Community Circles” have taught over time the importance of accepting and celebrating differences, the importance of working together as a community and the joy we experience when we work together as one community. At our last “Community Circles” we brainstormed a list of our community strengths and our community goals! As you can see our students are committed, caring and are deep thinkers! These are their words! I am very proud of each and every one of our students as we work together to define and to celebrate Fox Hill School!

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