It’s pretty clear that they are writing! Serious looks this week, but they are enjoying it. With reason. They are making progress and having fun.
The children at Our Lady of Lourdes communicate beautifully with their artwork. It’s a great pleasure to walk the halls of the school. The walls are alive with artwork such as our featured watercolor here.
Catherine, a second-grader from Greenport and one of our Read a Recipe writers, has this to say about her tree: (See her illustration)
A new program for a new school year began this week at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School, West 143rd St. The children were enthusiastic and engaged the entire time. They conversed, they wrote, and they enjoyed the autumn apples as well as the organic apple pudding cake. Who could complain?
The children from Orient/Greenport Read a Recipe for Literacy came to the city on Saturday for a fantastic session with our equally fantastic partners: Teachers College, Columbia University and Columbia Secondary School. All you have to do is look at the photos to see how it was. Big–and I mean big–thanks to Pam
We’re about to embark on a new program on 143rd Street in New York. October 17th is the start date for RRL at Our Lady of Lourdes School. We’re ready to fly!