July 13, 2024

Reflecting on a Fun-Filled Year

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As June draws to a close, Palmer River Elementary School Staff looks back on a month packed with unforgettable moments that will linger in the hearts and minds of students, teachers, and families alike. From field trips to talent shows, our school community has celebrated achievements and cherished milestones that mark the end of another successful academic year.

The month kicked off with a flurry of excitement as students embarked on enriching field trips, engaged in a thrilling BMX Show, and participated in spirited field day activities and a Fun Run. These events not only provided educational value but also fostered camaraderie and school spirit among the student body.

The talent and creativity of our young learners were on full display during the second grade talent show, where budding performers showcased their skills to an appreciative audience. Meanwhile, the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) Olympics highlighted the students' ingenuity and teamwork, as they tested their problem-solving abilities.

Adding to the fun and wonder,our first graders enjoyed a visit from the Bubbleman, whose captivating bubble displays left everyone in awe, bringing joy and laughter to staff and students.

Celebrations were not confined to the classrooms alone. The preschoolers who will soon transition to kindergarten were honored, marking an important milestone in their early education journey.

For the fourth graders, June was a month of farewells mixed with excitement for the future. They were treated to a Showcase where they presented their academic, art, and musical accomplishments, enjoyed Step Up Day activities, and tested their wits in an exhilarating Escape Room challenge. A festive Cookout brought together students, and teachers for a joyful gathering, culminating in a heartfelt Clap Out Ceremony that bid farewell to the graduating class with cheers and applause.  We know that they will have much success as they move on to Beckwith Middle School.

Principal Kefor and Assistant Principal Leandro expressed their pride in the students' achievements and gratitude to parents for their unwavering support throughout the year. We are immensely proud of our students for their hard work, creativity, and enthusiasm. These memories will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact as they move forward in their educational journey.

As the school year draws to a close, Palmer River Staff looks forward to building on these successes and creating more enriching experiences for its students in the years to come.

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