Summer Week 7 #PinewoodPride

Thanks for Attending the Pinewood Playground Party

Thank you to all the parents, students, and staff that were able to make it out to our playground party.  I really enjoyed seeing all of the students and meeting many new students and families.


For our new Pinewood families I wanted to share this great video that was created by our broadcasting club last year it is a student guided tour of Pinewood.

Pinewood Tour Video

We also have a building Facebook page, if you have not had a chance to check it out you will find lots of fun posts about Pinewood.

And since school supplies are filling up the aisles of local stores here is the link again to our supply lists.  Just click on Pinewood and then scroll down to the correct grade.

Pinewood Supply Lists

More Great Book Recommendations

I hope students have been finding books, magazines, or websites they are enjoying reading.  Remember just 15 minutes a day of reading will help maintain students academic skills and give them a great start to their school year.

Mrs. Miles has shared two new great book recommendations:

Do you love Winnie the Pooh as much as I do?  Then you will love reading the Caldecott  Medal book Finding Winnie- The True Story  of the World’s Most Famous Bear by Lindsay Mattick. Harry Coleburn, a veterinarian on his way to tend horses in World War I, rescues a bear cub.  Read to find out about the adventures they have in this true story told by Harry’s real life great granddaughter.  Find out how the bear meets Christopher Robin and inspires the stories about Winnie-the-Pooh.
Mr.  Putter and Tabby Turn the Page by Cynthia Rylant is an easy to read chapter book.  Mr.  Putter and Tabby love to read together so when they find out that they can lead a Story-time at the library they are eager to sign up.  Find out what they love to read and what happens with Mrs. Teaberry’s dog, Zeke,  while at Story-time.

Book Recommendation from Sara Jean P.


By: Cynthia Lord

Rules by Cynthia Lord reminded me everyone is special, unique, and disabled doesn’t mean unable. Catherine has a little brother named David, and David has autism. Catherine feels embarrassed  so she makes David a whole bunch of rules. Catherine loves to draw so well David is at O.T she draws. She meets Jason a boy in a wheelchair that can’t talk. Jason starts to fall in love with Catherine. Also, Catherine has a next door neighbor named Kristi. She knows Catherine loves Jason but doesn’t know he is in a wheelchair and can’t talk. read RULES by Cynthia Lord to figure out what happens. If you like Out of My Mind, you’ll love Rules.

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Sara Jean P with Rules


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