Apr 09
Springtime at Cranston

Parents and Families,

 

Spring has arrived, and we are excited to see the snow gone, birds back and trees getting ready to bloom.  Springtime at Cranston is an exciting time, and we are looking forward to spending more time outside, meeting families and friends and celebrations of learning.  Our teachers are excited to meet with families during our parent teacher interviews in April.  Our students are also excited to see what will be at our Scholastic Book Fair during our interviews.  Classes will be expanding their learning beyond the Cranston Community with field trips all over the city.  This spring some of our students will explore the city through Aggie Days, Leighton Center, Ralph Klein Park and Butterfield Acers to name a few.  We are also excited to welcome Alien Inline, Artfelt and Michael Mitchell into our school to share exciting learning with our school community.  Our students will also continue to explore exciting learning opportunities with school-wide events such as; Drumfit, Club Fridays and Sports Day.  As always, we love it when parents and families can be part of events at our school, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Lone & Chris​

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