On May 22nd students, teachers, and parents celebrated the end of 2017-2018 school year. Students with high accomplishments were acknowledged and given certificates by the school principal. After long and intense rehearsals students wonderfully performed with songs and dances to their parents and to everyone who gathered there. A huge thank you to our teachers for their patience, positivity, and uplifting mood while preparing children for this concert!
Last Friday (May 18th), our second graders had “Delicious and Aromatic” lesson, where children were expressing their creativity by making “Joyful Sandwiches” and “Sweet Salad”. Some children were patiently cutting fruit and berries for the salad, while others were friendly making sandwiches. Even though it was not luxurious dishes, just simple snacks, children really enjoyed the cooking process and were willing to cook the same thing at home for their parents. It is fun to cook, but it is even more fun to eat what you have made! Second graders were tasting the salad and sandwiches themselves, treating the teacher, and even inviting others to try the results of their hard work.
At our school children of the first grade attend a special Science class, called “Little Inventors Club”. 6-7 year old ones with a big interest perfom various tests of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. They have chance to become little scientists!
Days are becoming shorter, weather is becoming chilly, and the sky is becoming more and more clouded over. Decorating trees with golden colors, Autumn came to the earth. Autumn was greeted cheerfully by all students including preschoolers.
A students‘ representative council prepared the demonstration of an American computer-animated fantasy-comedy film “Shrek’s Adventure”. At the same time, our little ones put on their rubber boots and opened their umbrellas. They went outside to look at colorful autumn leaves. In case of rain, little ones will hide themselves under their umbrellas.
Thanks ,Autumn, for happy moments.
This year our first trip was to Seaside Regional Park. It was exciting for everyone from preschooler to fourth grader: we tackled puzzles about inhabitants of the sea and seaside; by our own hands we created a real dune; finally, we have learnt why the Baltic Sea is different from the rest of seas and oceans. After that, when we visited the only stony Lithuanian beach, it was clear that our nature is beautiful and great; yet sensitive and frail. So, now we promise to cherish and to protect it from any dangers.