The day before Thanksgiving break, students and teachers at Pinewood are thankful for the ability to learn and grow. Below is a picture of 3rd graders in math working on their sorting and counting skills using Legos. The 5th graders are doing a “read-in” where they were able to bring in comfy items from home to read with.
Mrs. Barr sixth grade teacher
Hi my name is Ian I’m the humans of Pinewood reporter.
I met Mrs.Barr when my brother had her in reading and in makers club.
She was really awesome .
When Mrs.Barr was a kid she loved playing sports.
She loved reading so much that she read all of the Nancy drew books.
She loves m and ms because they are colorful and happy.
Mrs Barr used to act is stage plays.
I asked Mrs Barr why did you want to be a teacher she told me.
Mrs Barr was with filing out worksheets so her teacher
Let her read out loud to the class.she made many different voices. She enjoyed the smiles of her classmates her teacher gave her the biggest compliment she said”,Lori you would make a wonderful teacher.
She also said so I became a teacher because I wanted to create experiences for my students in order to help them love learning!
Pinewood students had so much fun on Halloween. From classroom parties to an all school parade, the students truly did a great job exhibiting CATS behavior. Designing haunted houses for our 6th graders was a highlight as well. A big thank you to all of our parent volunteers for helping to plan these great festivities for our students.