Walker Bulldog News
December 11, 2020
Moving into next week, students will be able to participate in a fun Spirit Week as we head into break. Please reference the spirit week information below. We look forward to seeing the students' creativity and hope this fun event puts everyone in the holiday spirit.
Friday, December 18, students will enjoy a day full of fun, holiday activities. We are asking all students to attend the morning session where they will complete various games and activites with their grade level peers and Walker staff. In the afternoon, students will have non-teacher directed instruction, and each grade level will have a holiday library session. Be sure to check Seesaw for more details specific to your child's grade level.
As always, thank you for your continued support. We hope you have a restful and safe weekend.
Be safe, be well.
Ms. Venegonia, Principal
Mrs. Leone, Associate Principal
Check out the great work from the pinata making workshop. Our Walker Bulldogs are very creative.
Holiday Reading Suggestions
The Wish Tree by Kyo Maclear
This mesmerizing story beautifully captures the magical spirit of the holiday season. Its soothing, serene pace is a nice break from the frenzy of year-end traditions. And its inclusive, expansive message of hope and inspiration make this book perfect for everyone.
The Shortest Day: Celebrating the Winter Solstice by Wendy Pfeffer
Learn about the way various cultures throughout history have observed the Winter Solstice.
A World of Christmas Cookies: Follow Santa's Tasty Trip Around the World by M. E. Furman
Featuring delicious recipes from around the world, this creative story will add flavor and global appreciation to your holiday.