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Lower School Holiday Presentation 2012

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LIGHT

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This holiday season, w e reject the darkness of… IGNORANCE SELFISHNESS LONELINESS HELPLESSNESS

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The spark of curiosity and learning We claim …

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The glow of friendship

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The warmth of generosity

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The fire of inspiration

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Room 2: Learning together Inspired by: Mrs. Cress Mrs. Hall Mrs. Milne

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Singing together Inspired by Mrs. Veacock

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Creating together

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Room 1 students fill their buckets… Inspired by Mrs. Spirokostas , Ms. Archibald Mrs. Kasman

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Thanks for being a good listener! Thanks for being a good citizen!

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Thanks for making me smile! Thanks for being a good friend!

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Room 8: Inspired to learn about reading and writing Thanks, Mrs. Sheridan, Mrs. Lawrence, and Miss Levy!

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Inspired to learn about ourselves! Thanks, Mrs. McCarren !

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Inspired to perform!

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Room 7: Hands on … Inspired by Mrs. Arabia, Ms. Watkins, and Mrs. Blair

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Minds on … Thanks, Mrs. Komarnicki , Mrs. Birney, and Mrs. Tribit

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Travel on!

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Sports inspire us! Thanks, Mr. Reichart

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Art inspires us! Thanks, Mrs. Rydel and Mrs. Demos!

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Numbers inspire us!

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…Thanks, Mrs. Sands, Mrs. Polaha , Mrs. Cuthbertson , Mrs. Crowe, Ms. Archibald, and Dr. Cunicelli

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We learn to be better friends Inspired by Dr. Lemisch , Mr. Hurster , Mrs. Sennett, Ms. Tandon , and Ms. Salzberg

Room 4 visits the National Liberty Museum :

Room 4 visits the National Liberty Museum Thanks for taking us, Mrs. Rahm, Mrs. Madison, and Mrs. Veacock !

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Nelson Mandela wouldn’t give up his fight for freedom so he stayed in jail for 27 years.

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Peace is as colorful as a spring day but as fragile as glass.

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Liberty ‘s flame is fragile and can be broken.

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The jelly bean scene reminds us not to judge people by how they look.

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Liberty is as delicate as glass flowers .

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The chess set shows two enemies working together for peace.

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The crack in the Liberty Bell shows that liberty is fragile.

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Susan B. Anthony fought f or women’s equality and right to vote.

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Liberty is fragile like the glass in the sculpture .

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The Liberty Bell represents America’s freedom from Britain .

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Room 3 raises caterpillars Inspired by Mrs. North and Mrs. Demos

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We could tell which one was mine because of its scar.

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My caterpillar was the smallest so we had to take good care of him.

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We fed them milkweed as they grew and grew.

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Roadkill , Chop-chop and Ripjaw ruled the tank!

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W hen a butterfly hatched out of a chrysalis, it was awesome!

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Butterflies are delicate so be careful touching them.

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I remember when we set the butterflies free and they flew away towards the woods.

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I think people should use less pesticides on bugs.

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What you can do to help is plant milkweed and butterfly bush.

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Room 6 Practices Random Acts of Kindness Inspired by Mrs. Junod , Mrs. Michetti , and with special thanks to Mrs. Sennett

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Random acts of kindness are when you think about other people .

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Random acts of kindness are nice things kids do without being told.

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We tried to notice random acts of kindness in our classroom.

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When we noticed one, we wrote it on a slip.

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Kindness slide We put the slips in a box and Mrs. Sennett made them into a chain.

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We noticed the good things people did and not the bad.

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We wrote about everyone because it’s a nice thing to do.

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Kindness slide It made me feel great to be noticed for a random act of kindness!

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We collected 136 random acts of kindness!!

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It helped our class build a stronger community. I

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Room 6 reaches out to victims of Hurricane Sandy. Inspired by Mrs. Mattaliano , Mrs. O’Donnell, and Mrs. Nehring

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Hurricane Sandy hit the East coast and put 6.5 million people out of power .

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Our class researched how Hurricane Sandy affected people’s lives.

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Our class did Coats for the Coast to help.

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We felt bad for the people who had a lot of damage.

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We collected coats for the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

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We created posters with slogans to advertise the coat drive.

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We collected 84 coats for the people who lost their belongings.

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The army helped out with supplies and we helped out by donating coats.

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j I felt sad for the people but I was glad we did something to help.

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Let friendships grow as candles glow…. Let inspiration light the fire within!

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Individual power point slides developed by the students in Mrs. Junod’s class Mrs. North’s class Mrs. Mattaliano’s class Thanks, Mrs. Churchville and Mr. Thorpe, for keeping our technology up and running! With assistance and additional slides by Miss Ostertag and Mrs. Madison

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With additional photography by: Ed Cunicelli Barb Demos Caitlyn Archibald Melinda Rahm Deedie O’Donnell Joyce Ostertag Photography by Debbie Murray Website Photo sources: lejardinetdesigns.com grandcanyon.free.fr audilab.bmed.mcgill.ca 02b93fb.netsolhost.com naturescrusaders.wordpress.com fromatob.org biology.knoji.com 10wallpaper.com californiafallcolor.com nps.gov cleveland.com blog.lisalindblad.com northcountrypublicradio.com cherylwonders.blogspot.com kyammatalk.blogspot.com nooreeman.org rhizome.org theinternalmakeover.com bubblews.com immaculateheartacademy.org ghulmil.com Song: “Light the Fire Within” Written by Written by David Foster & Linda Thompson Performed by LeAnn Rimes Narration by: Maren Donahue Sophia Leone Alex Kirschner Berk Petersohn Sloan Petersohn Ryan Salamone

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Thank you, parents, for your friendship and generosity– you inspire us!

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Dedicated to children everywhere – May they be shielded from the darkness And given the gift of light.

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