Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast

Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents are Special Guests at Northeast
Grandparents Day has become an annual tradition at Northeast Elementary School, and on Sept. 29 students enthusiastically welcomed their grandmothers and grandfathers to their classrooms.

The special guests visited kindergarten and pre-K classes throughout the day. They read aloud books, volunteered at ELA and math learning centers and helped students make fall-themed crafts. Several children wore “We Love Our Grandparents” hats.

“It’s nice for the children to have family coming in and volunteering,” said kindergarten teacher Nicole Faber. “It’s also nice for the grandparents to get a glimpse of what’s going on in our classrooms.”