top of page

Conferences and Creatures

Dear Families,

Thank you all for attending conferences. Learning is a collaborative effort between the students, me the teacher, and you all the parents and family members. Selfishly, I always enjoy the chance conferences allows. The chance to share the victories your young academics are accomplishing each day in school. Thank you for supporting them and helping them grow as learners and people. We are having a great year in Huckleberry North.

As many of you have already heard from you students, or seen in the classroom, we have creatures! This week some of our painted ladies reached the final stage in their life cycle, butterflies! So amazing to see a newly emerged butterfly unrumple its wings.

This week we also got Chinook Salmon eggs delivered. We are going to attempt to support them through the first stages of their life cycle: from eyed egg to fry. They are engaging little things, they bump around every once in a while if you watch long enough!

Enjoy the long weekend.


-Ms. Fety

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

End of the Year *Virtual* Events

Dear Families, Before we go into the long weekend, I just wanted to send out a few notes as we are now on our last two weeks of school: End of the Year Celebratory Conferences: June 1st - June 4th wit

Small Groups, Chess, and a Poem

Dear Families, Here are a few essential pieces of information for the week: Small Groups Start This Week. Each group will meet directly after the morning Communing Circle. First graders will stay in t

Distance Learning Updates

Dear Families, It was so magnificent to meet with many of the Huckleberries individually last week. Hearing them read and share their writing brings forth such hope and determination. Hooray for the h


Commenting has been turned off.
bottom of page