Keeping Up With The Kennedy
April 26, 2020- Issue 32
Good Evening JFK Families
I could not be more proud of our teachers, staff, students and families. Over the last several weeks we have all adjusted as best as we can to this new way of life and will be stronger for it. I know there are still many uncertainties and questions that we want answered. Although the future is unclear, what is clear is our commitment to providing students with the best learning experiences as possible.
One thing that is certain is the fact that we miss our students and families. As we try to make the best of the next two months we want to focus on our sense of community. Although we will not be physically back in the building this school year, we can still participate in activities that draw our community together. Check out our message from the staff.
I really miss seeing all of you! I have been busy reading, taking walks and doing one of my favorite things - JIGSAW PUZZLES.
I am sorry that I won't get a chance to say goodbye to the JFK families that will be leaving us! I wish you all the best!
Hopefully we will all be together again soon!
Mrs. Sylvia's Class
Students in Mrs. Sylvia's class enjoyed watching a live Mystery Science presentation. Then they made their own unique creations out of aluminum foil.
John Anastasiou made a rose and a snake. Eddie Peng made a ferocious looking creature!
Dilan Smith sculpted a lizard and Nora Dickson made a spring butterfly!
A message from our nurses
Picture Book March Madness
JFK students have voted! We have a winner!
Was it repeating champion Make Way for Ducklings or newcomer Arnie the Doughnut?
Go to the JFK Library webpage to find out!