Gold Rush Day is on Thursday, June 9
Dress the part:
Suggested clothing- Miner: Jeans, flannel shirt, boots, and a hat. Add a gold mining pan (pie tin decorated with glitter), face paints for beard and some "dirt".
Girls can wear a white blouse, long skirt, or a long cotton dress and a bonnet. They can wear flannel shirts and jeans, too.
Walk Through California is on Tuesday, June 14
Your child was assigned a topic that pertains to California. This card must be memorized.
Students are encouraged to wear clothing that represents times periods in California history. They may choose from any era. Suggestions follow:
Miner: Jeans, flannel shirt, boots, and a hat.
Missionary: A brown or gray robe with a robe belt, a cross around your neck.
Native American: Different Native American tribes wear different types of clothing.
Spanish Explorer/Conquistador: Create armor from cardboard and foil/spray paint. Wear a silver-colored helmet.
Pioneer: Girls can wear a white blouse, long skirt, or a long cotton dress and a bonnet. Boys can wear pants with a white shirt, vest and a coonskin cap.
Governor: Dressy pants, a suit jacket and tie. Carry a briefcase.
Farmer: Overalls with a flannel shirt, a straw hat and a basket of fruits and vegetables.
I hope you had a chance to join us at the Volunteer Appreciation breakfast.
No need for class time volunteers for the remainder.
Please feel free to join us at Gold Rush Day if you would like to continue to participate in helping our wonderful group of almost 5th graders!
- 6/6 Arts Attack
- 6/7 Last day of square dancing practice.
- 6/9 Gold Rush (Full day)
- 6/14 Walk Through California (This is an on site presentation and all parents are welcome to come to it.)
- 6/16 End of the Year Party
- 6/17 Last Day of School