One Last Peek At Our Week – Cherry Blossom – Week of 5/31/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

And that’s a wrap on the 2021-2022 school year in the Cherry Blossom Class!  We took some time to celebrate a wonderful year with our friends this week.  We had a picnic outside on a beautiful sunny day.  We enjoyed watching Luca and eating snacks.  We read books, drew pictures, played games, and showed our toys from home.  We had one last science experiment with Mr. John. We had a BLAST at Bash & Splash Day!

 

Ms. Sam and I have had such a wonderful year with your children.  They brought us so many smiles and laughs every single day.  We are proud of their hard work and all of the amazing things they have learned.  They are kind, caring, funny, unique individuals.  They worked together so well and truly built a classroom community that makes my heart full.  We love them all with our whole hearts!  We hope your family has an amazing summer.  To those that we sadly said goodbye to, we will miss you!  And to those that will return, see you later alligators!  Love, Ms. Tonya

 


Peek In Our Week ### The Buckeye Room ### Week Of May 23, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

 

Line Time:
Solar System- 
Put on your space suit and get ready to explore our solar system.  We started with discussing the planets nearer the sun then worked our way to the furthest reaches of our solar system.  Mercury is our first planet and is the closest to the sun.  Venus is the second planet.  Even though it is further away from the sun than Mercury it is the hottest planet in our solar system.  The third planet is near and dear to our hearts.  It is the planet earth.  It is the only planet in our solar system that has life.  The next planet is Mars and is known as the red planet.  The next planet is the biggest planet in our solar system and has a big red storm that has been raging for centuries.  That planet is Jupiter.  Saturn is the next planet and has really cool ring around it that are pieces of rock and ice.  Uranus is next and it spins up and down instead of side to side like all the other planets.  Neptune is the last planet in our solar system.  I did not forget about Pluto.  Oh! Poor Pluto.  Pluto was once a planet but now has been demoted to a dwarf planet.   As a side note learned that most planets were named after Roman Gods and Goddesses.  We watched a few video clips about the Solar System and danced to the Sun Song by They Might Be Giants! How cool are these guys??

 

 

 

Did You Know? (More They Might Be Giants):
They Might Be Giants has a really cool children’s CD about science and a parent gave it to me decades ago.  Also, a few of their songs were featured in Tiny Toons (see below). I saw these guys circa 1990 during the Flood Tour.  They were a fun alternative band!   To prove my memory is not shot.  Here are a few vids of the cartoons. OH!  Remember Malcolm In the Middle?  The theme song “You’re Not The Boss of Me” ? YEP… You got it.  LOL

Istanbul (Not Constantinople)…

 

Particle Man…

 

Not The Boss Of Me …

 

 

My hair hasn’t been this long since I was in the 7th grade building my Zep collection:

Led Zeppelin circa 1977

 

A Message From Mr. John (My hair and more importantly Angela) :

 

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 27 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Irish, Kiswahili, Irish, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Farsi, Turkish)

 

Impromptu Snake Viewing:

 

Enrichments (Music):

The famous Cat and Mouse game!

 

Fire Station Field Trip:

A fire fighter in full dress giving high fives to the children. His purpose was to get the children comfortable with him and not be afraid.

 

What a squirt gun!!!!

 

The well behaved group. The station told us we were the most well behaved group to pass through the station. Be proud of your children.

 

All About Bees:
We had a parent that is a Beekeeper come in and taught us some really cool things about bees.  He had his assistants help as well!

 

  

 

Peek In The Classroom:
Students are tracing a life size outline and then they draw themselves.

  

 

She is so proud of her weaving project.

 

The kindergarten students are setting up for lunch/laying down placemats. Do you see a pattern she is creating?

 

They are scrubbing tables. The tables have never been cleaner.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Safety

Letter Of The Week- That is in the rearview mirror.

Rhyming Word Of The Week- Not anymore!

 

Academic Enrichment:
Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Review. Kindergarten Graduation Rehersal

Synonym Of The Week: Done with that popsicle stand

Sight Words Of The Week: Been there done that

 

Can you identify all the parts of speech? Your kindergarten students can!!!!!
The Loose Tooth Club

 

Upcoming Events:
Memorial Day: Monday, May 30, 2022   *****  NO SCHOOL *****

Last Day Of School/Field Day: Thursday June 2, 2022

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Sash heaven. These classroom made creations have been popping up the past week. The students are learning how to sew!!!!!!

 

I WILL win this competition at all costs!

 

Juist a friendly game of Chicken with the swings. I’m not sure what actually happened. I just thought to myself “Natural Consequences”

 

I have no idea…. lifting his pant legs and spinning. Even the boy in the background is fascinated.

 

 

 

 


Peek At Our Week – Cherry Blossoms – 5/23/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

This week we learned about Pollinators!  This was the perfect way to wrap up our May lessons as flowers are important to pollinators and pollinators are important to flowers!  We learned about different types of pollinators: bees, butterflies, bats, and hummingbirds.  We learned that pollinators drink nectar from the flowers and while they do that, pollen sticks to their bodies.  We then learned that the pollinator takes that pollen to another flower and drops it off, allowing that flower to make new seeds! We ended our week with a special presentation from a beekeeper and tasted honey straight from the hive!

 

Operation Releasing Butterflies!

We let our Painted Lady Butterflies go on Monday and Tuesday this week.   We were sad to see them go but were able to watch one of them fly right to a flower and drink nectar!  How lucky are we?!?

Enrichment Spotlight!

We had our last Music, Art, and Science lessons for this school year.  We enjoyed playing John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt one more time with Ms. Lisa.  We finished most of our art projects with Ms. Varela, and brought our art portfolios home.  And Mr. John showed us an experiment with FIRE!

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

A very Happy Birthday to our newest 4 year old!

Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Topic:  FUN WEEK!

Important Dates:

It’s the last week of school! We can’t believe it!

Monday, May 30: Memorial Day – No School!

Tuesday, May 31: Outdoor reading and drawing, picnic lunch, indoor games!

Wednesday, June 1: Maker space, Show & Tell (for children that attend Mon/Wed/Fri ONLY), and watching a movie! ** No Aftercare **

Thursday, June 2: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!  Board games, Show & Tell, and BASH & SPLASH DAY! ** No Aftercare **

 


Peek At Our Week – Cherry Blossom – Week of 5/16/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

This week we learned about Flowers! We built upon our knowledge of seeds from last week, and talked about how a flower grows, the different parts of a flower, and why pollinators love flowers so much… which will take us into next week! 🙂

Our new favorite work is our Flower Arranging work from Practical Life.  Who knew there was so much you could do with flowers?  We also started another science experiment!  What do you think the colored water will do to the white flowers?  Do you have a hypothesis?

 

 

Operation Butterflies!

On Day 18 of our butterfly observations, we were lucky enough to watch the Painted Lady butterflies emerge from their chrysalises!  We watched as they climbed out, rested, and dried their wings.  We loved every single moment of this experience in our classroom!  We’ll release them on Monday and Tuesday next week!

 

Enrichment Spotlight!

We had our very last Library visit with Ms. Cat for this school year.  We read books and sang songs about space!  We can’t wait to have more fun with Ms. Cat next school year!

 

A Special Visit from Venom!

One of our students brought in their bearded dragon, Venom, to introduce to our class!  We reviewed what we had learned about reptiles and enjoyed learning more about bearded dragons!  We learned what they eat (roaches and crickets!), about the spikes on their bodies, and about how they shed their skin.  Thank you so much for visiting us Venom!  We loved it!

 

Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Topic:  Butterflies, Bees, Seeds, and Flowers

Important Dates:

It’s so hard to believe that we’re almost at the end of our school year.  What an amazing year it has been in the Cherry Blossom room!  A Field Day email has been sent out to you with the exciting events of the day!  Let me know if you have any questions and I hope you’ll sign up to volunteer!

May 30: Memorial Day – No School

June 2: Field Day and LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!

 


Peek In Our Week {}{}{} Thee Buckeye Room {}{}{} Week Of May 16, 2020

Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:
Animals Groups- This week we talked about what groups of animals are called.  Here is a list of what we learned…

Pack of dogs
Muster of peacocks
Pride of lions
Gaggle of geese
Murder of crows
School of fish
Pod of dolphins
Heard of cows, horses, and elephants
CONGRESS of Baboons
Mischief of rats (I am tearing)
Not a Flock Of Seagulls (I ran) but a colony of seagulls
And we have a sorority of female Bettas in the room!

                                             

I could not get a good shot of my sorority and mine isn’t this impressive.
What do you call a group of children? A stomach ulcer. JK, hehe I love your children!!!

 

Did You Know? (Tires… Who? What?  Read and it will make sense):
If you could win a million dollars just by answering the question “Who is the world’s largest manufacturer of tires?” what would your guess be? Michelin? Goodyear? Bridgestone? Those are all good tries, but they’re all wrong. Surprised?

Well you’ll be even more surprised to know which company does make the most tires every year. It’s LEGO.  That’s right. Since 2011, LEGO has held the Guinness World Record for being the world’s largest tire manufacturer.  “The largest annual volume toy tire manufacturer ever,” and though it includes the specification of “toy,” the numbers surpass regular tire manufacturers.  This is really a bit of a misnomer.

Ooooooooo Grave Digger

 

 

A Message From Mr. John (Six steps of separation/Jerry Seinfeld edition):

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 27 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Irish, Kiswahili, Irish, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Farsi, Turkish).

 

 

Do you see how mean my coworkers are? They said no donuts unless I wear the sash. YOY!

 

Enrichments (Science/Soup Souflette):

These boys are touching a piece of soup/Ivory after it has been microwaved for a little over a minute. It went in as a solid piece of soap and came out fluffy.

 

Peek In The Classroom: 

Angela creating a buzz when presenting new materials to the students.

 

He is working on the Movable Alphabet found in the Language area. The key purpose of the Moveable Alphabet is to prepare children for writing, reading, and spelling. The child’s use of the material progresses from single words, to phrases, and eventually to stories. In this way, the Moveable Alphabet teaches children how to symbolize their own thoughts, and begin to write creatively.

 

This boy is making sure the correct number of Field Trip Forms were given to us. Ms. Sandy was without error handing them out.

 

In this early math activity, the child uses coloured bead bars that represent the quantities: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten. Each bar’s length contains as many beads as its corresponding number. The child uses these bead bars to make combinations that equal 10.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Solar System

Letter Of The Week- Uu

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bec

 

Academic Enrichment:
Line Time: We added the interjection to our plethora parts of speech. YIKES!

Handwriting: 
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Capitalization/Punctuation (end of a sentence)

Synonym Of The Week: SNEAKY, underhanded, dishonest, tricky, secretive, sly

Sight Words Of The Week: there their

You Know the saying “it’s like hearing cats”. This is how it feels like getting them to stand still for a picture.

 

Upcoming Events:
A few days off and other stuff. 

DAYS OFF:
No School: Monday, May 30th (Memorial Day)

OTHER STUFF:
Fire Station Fieldtrip: Friday, May 27th 9:30am
Field Day/Last Day Of School: Thursday, June 2nd

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Its all about the bow!

 

This competition is becoming intense but I do feel defeat approaching. Notice the photo bomb?

 

Buds with a photobomb.

 

Teal Team Two

 

 

 


Peek In Our Week ~~~ Thee Buckeye Room ~~~ Week Of May 9, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:
Baby Animals- 
This week we looked at names of baby animals.  I started out by saying that most people call human children “kids” and in reality a kid is a baby goat. with that said here are some other baby animal names.

Bear, lion, tiger- Cub
Cat- Kitten
Dog, seal, walrus- Pup
Cow, elephant, whale- Calf
Goat- Kid
Pig- Piglet
Kangaroo, koala- Joey

 

     

 

Did You Know? (They’re The Cheesiest):
Canada eats more macaroni and cheese than any other nation in the world. When it comes to the consumption of boxed mac and cheese, or Kraft Dinner as it’s better known, Canadians eat a whopping 55 per cent more of it a year than Americans do. Out of the 7 million boxes sold weekly around the world, Canadians purchase 1.7 million of them.  The average Canadian was estimated to consume around 27.5 lbs of cheese in 2020, an increase of over 15 percent since 2010, when annual per capita consumption stood at 23.6 lbs.

 

A Message From Mr. John (My fave time of the school day and not the end of it, hehe)

 

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 27 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Irish, Kiswahili, Irish, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Farsi, Turkish)

Enrichments (Library):

Ms. Cat read “I am a Tiger” and “Touch the Brightest Star” in Library Class.

 

Peek In The Classroom:

She is completing multiplication equations using Color Bead Bars.

 

This boy spelled his cat’s name.

 

This boy is cleaning his table after lunch.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Animal groups

Letter Of The Week-I i

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bud

 

Academic Enrichment:
Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Interjection.  YOY!

Synonym Of The Week: BRIGHT, shiny, glowing, dazzling, lighted, vivid

Sight Words Of The Week: which what

 

Kindergarten Strong!

 

Upcoming Events:
A few days off and other stuff.

DAYS OFF:
-No School: Monday, May 30th (Memorial Day)

OTHER STUFF:
Mr. John’s Birthday:  I can not wait!!!!   Ya right. Make me feel better with cream filled donuts with maple frosting and yes I know maple flavor is an old man’s flavor.

Field Day/Last Day Of School: Thursday, June 2nd

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

You should’ve seen the other guy.

 

The dreaded Raspberry Fingers

 

A boy pretending to sleep and a girl trying to wake him.

 

Work hard. Play hard!

 

 

 

 

 


Peek At Our Week – Cherry Blossom – Week of 5/9/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

This week was all about SEEDS!  We learned about what is inside of a seed, how seeds spread and why they need to, the three things a seed needs to grow, and how they grow from a seed to a plant!  We took some time to use a magnifying glass  to look at different types of seeds close up.  And we planted some seeds in our plant viewer!  We can’t wait to see what happens next!

 

Operation Chrysalis!

Our caterpillars formed their chrysalises this week!  We were so excited to watch the entire process: from the caterpillars forming their J shape, shedding their exoskeletons one last time, and forming their chrysalis.  We also moved our future butterflies into the butterfly house so we can continue observing.

 

Enrichment Spotlight!

We love Friday mornings when we practice ASL with Ms. Emily!  This week Ms. Sam taught us a song about seeds and Ms. Emily taught us how to sign it!

 

Overheard in the Classroom…

Living things need food, water, air… and FISH STICKS!

 

“We’re counting our numbers together!”

“YAY MATH!!!”

Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Topic:  Butterflies, Bees, Seeds, and Flowers

Important Dates:

May 30: Memorial Day – No School

June 2: Field Day and LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!

 

 


Peek In Our Week <><><> Thee Buckeye Room <><><> Week Of May 2, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time (International Festival Stuff):

The controlled chaos of the International Festival practice.

 

Did You Know?
The Eiffel Tower was originally intended for Barcelona
The Spanish city thought the design was too ugly, so Gustave Eiffel pitched it to Paris instead, as a temporary landmark during its 1889 International Exposition. French critics didn’t like it much either though.

 

 

A Message From Mr. John (Where did I put that thing?):

 

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 26 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Hungarian, Irish, Kiswahili, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Hindi).

May Birthdays:
The Montessori classroom prides itself on having students from 3 to 6 years of age.  Here is our newest 4 year old student.

 

Good Bye to Miss Emily:
Miss Emily was our high school intern for the year.  She did a wonderful job fitting in with our classroom, teaching your children, and being part of Thee Buckeye Room team.  She is furthering her education at the University of Akron and majoring in Speech Therapy.  We will miss her and wish her luck with her schooling (although she does not need luck, lol).  The pics below.. one is a nice calm picture and the other is a group hug resulting in bedlam.

  

 

 

International Festival Festivities (YOUR CHILDREN ROCKED IT!):

 

   

 

 

Follow the link!

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Peek In The Classroom:

Three children working on the Triangle Construction Boxes found in the Sensorial Area. The Constructive Triangles are used to demonstrate that all plane geometric figures can be constructed from triangles and to prepare the child for later work in geometry.  What shapes do you see?

 

Two proud girls making a creation with the Number Rods and Red Rods. As you can tell it is a mirror image and was carefully and meticulously created.

 

He is tracing the continent of Asia. He will trace the control map and he will color the countries.

 

She is working on Knobbless Cylinders found in the Sensorial area. The purpose of these cylinders is to develop child’s fine-motor movements, concentration, hand-eye coordination, and visual perception of dimension. Do you notice how she is finding the relationship (height) between the green and blue cylinders?

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time- Animal Babies

Letter Of The Week: A a

Rhyming Word Of The Week- bib

Foreign Language: Turkish (finally)

 

Academic Enrichment:
Line Time: We added the conjunction to our stable of parts of speech.  The conjunction acts as a bridge between two sentences and make a sentence flow better.

Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week’s Lesson:
Weekly Theme: Preposition.  It is a where word not a werewolf!

Synonym Of The Week: DULL, dark, dreary, somber, boring, tedious

Sight Words Of The Week: there their

 

This is a project the Kindergarten Students completed.  They tracked and measured the growth of this shoot over a few weeks.  They also drew and colored pictures of the progress.

Picture 1- 4/12/22, 8 inches, 20 cm

Picture 2- 4/15/22, 12 inches, 30 cm

Picture 3- 4/21/2022, 17 inches, 34 cm

Picture 4-  They realized the plant was very similar to a work found in the classroom.

    

 

                                      

 

Upcoming Events:
A few days off and other stuff.

DAYS OFF:
-No School: Monday, May 30th (Memorial Day)

OTHER STUFF:
Mr. John’s Birthday:  All gifts will be accepted and appreciated. 

Field Day/Last Day Of School: Thursday, June 2nd

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

Uh oh! I know I am in trouble when I get this face

 

The Great Cornholio. Bragging rights to those who get this reference without Googling.

 

This is how you get EVERY shred of cheese.

 

Finally! A RACOON!

 

 

 

 

 


Peek at Our Week – Cherry Blossom – Week of 5/2/22

A Peek At Our Week in the Cherry Blossom Classroom!

We are READY for International Festival!  We have learned so much about Africa and our individual countries.  We are proud of the research books that we made and hope that you enjoy looking through them with your child at home.  Thank you, parents, for all of your help to make this program a great success.  We are SO PROUD of your children!

 

We had a special visitor from Australia come see us.  She introduced us to animals, people, plants, and money that you can find in Australia.  We loved learning about where Nemo comes from and how loud the Kookaburra is!

 

Operation Caterpillars!

For the month of May, we will be learning about butterflies, bees, seeds, and flowers!  We started with butterflies!  We are raising 5 Painted Lady Butterflies in our classroom.  This week we watched our very hungry caterpillars grow and grow.  We talked about shedding exoskeletons, caterpillar poop, and the life cycle of a butterfly.  We are so excited to continue watching this metamorphosis!

 

Indoor Recess!

Rain, rain, go away!  Come again another day!  Little children want to play!  Rain, rain, go away!  We’ve been making the most of the rainy weather by working on some skills in the gym.  We learned how to use frisbees, practiced our soccer skills, and played ball with friends.

 

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!

A very Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms we have in our classroom.  You are all amazing and we hope you have a wonderful weekend.

 

Peek Into Next Week!

Focus Topic:  Butterflies, Bees, Seeds, and Flowers

Important Dates:

May 30: Memorial Day – No School

June 2: Field Day and LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!

 

 


Peek In Our Week === Thee Buckeye Room === Week Of April 25, 2022

Thee Buckeye Room Bulletin

Line Time:

It was “All About Australia”  A parent came in and talked about the flora and fauna of Australia. The children were engaged and happy for the visit.

      

 

Did you know? (OK, Now I itch. My eyelashes, eye brows, eyes, scalp, ears, all itch).

What are the mites on your eyelashes?
Eyelash mites are tiny cigar-shaped bugs found in bunches at the base of your eyelashes. They’re normal and usually harmless, unless you have too many of them. Also known as demodex, each mite has four pairs of legs that make it easy to grip tube, shaped things, like your lashes.  Just about every adult human alive has a population living on them, and they’re basically impossible to get rid of. Luckily, they’re harmless for most people.  Am I freaking you out?

   

 

 

A Message From Mr. John: (Ear Bug!  More creepy crawlies, not really)

You know what to do and what to expect!

 

Cultural Subjects:
Your children can now count to ten in 26 languages (English, Latin, Sign Language, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagalog, Hebrew, Korean, Hungarian, Irish, Kiswahili, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Hindi).

Enrichments (Art):

This week’s project focused on giraffes.

 

Peek In The Classroom:

Here are some students help carrying the take home folder box and the snack crate to the room.

 

He made his creation with the combination of the Brown Stairs and Pink Tower. I t reminds me of the Sears Tower. this creation is referred to as an “extension”. Sensorial extensions provide multiple opportunities to revisit these materials over and over again. Children create interesting patterns, stretch their imagination and usually work in a small group of peers which is a wonderful way to practice sharing and collaboration.

 

Kinders working on their language workbooks.

 

She is working on the 45 Layout found in the Math area. This layout will help your child to visualize and develop an understanding of place value, order of numbers, and concentration. This work is very large and can take some time. It can take time to build the concentration to complete the entire layout.

 

Peek Into Next Week:
Line Time-  International Festival stuff

Letter Of The Week- N/A

Rhyming Word Of The Week- N/A

 

Academic Enrichment:
Weekly Theme: Adverbs, they describe verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.

Handwriting:
We practiced writing sentences in cursive.

Next Week:
Weekly Theme: Conjunctions (they like as a bridge)

Synonym Of The Week: N/A

Sight Words Of The Week: N/A

Kinders looking scared. I think I may have told them that I am giving them homework over the weekend.

 

Upcoming Events:
International Festival (REHEARSAL): Wednesday, May 4 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

International Festival (MAIN EVENT): Friday, May 6 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm …
Cuyahoga Falls high School/Big Auditorium (details to follow)

 

Friends, Frolic, and Fun:

You should have seen the other guy.

 

The Hippy Movement is alive and well. My sister was a hippy and my parents were NOT happy! This picture reminds me of this song…If you’re going to San Francisco – be sure to wear some flowers in your hair. Follow the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I0vkKy504U         Do you see the swing photo bomb.

 

Our game faces. We are in competition with who is getting their haircut first

 

And…… I didn’t ask!