In January, the fifth grade class ran the morning meeting for the entire school. The students wanted to add something fresh to the meeting and came up with the concept of having an art gallery. The Snow Leopards came up with their own system that allowed two students each day to present their artwork in front of the whole entire school! The work was displayed for a week in the common room. The fifth grade should be proud of the idea and system that they created. Also, an additional thanks goes to the students who took on the initiative of taking on more work so that this idea would materialize. Job well done!
About the Author
Christopher Imbriaco has been teaching fifth grade for the school year and so far his time has been extremely rewarding to say the least. He has been teaching for nearly four years with his prior teaching experience including teaching middle school math and business courses at the high school level. Prior to embarking on his teaching career, Chris worked in corporate business for over five years. Some of his interests include sports, the global economy, and any activity that involves being outside. He would like to thank everyone who has been a part of his journey at Unity and looks forward to branching out and making new connections down the road.
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