Monday, January 18, 2016

Field Day 2015

The last week of school was a rough one.  First, Brad's Dad took a bad fall from a ladder trying to get down from the roof.  He was banged up with multiple breaks and one that required surgery.  Brad left on Tuesday to go up to Missouri for a few days.  Around the time that he left, Josh came down with the first fever virus that would and still continues to plague us.  He missed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday but fortunately rallied and was able to return to school for the last day.  On a side note, since he was out for the end of the year testing, Ms. Nichols asked if I could test him at home.  That didn't necessarily go well so when we picked up Emma on Thursday, I dropped him off so she could test him quickly.

Field Day was a blast and the weather was perfect.  Since it was a full day of school this year instead of a half day, pre-K and Kindergarten got things started in the morning.

L to R Ms. Nichols, Palmer, Joe, Ella, Max, Caroline, Amelia, Corey, Josh, Genghis, Guillermo, Mrs. Walsh
Sitting L to R Anna Russell, Towns

1st-5th grades came out for lunch.  They both had a great time and little did we know that by that evening, Emma would be dealing with that nasty little fever virus.  Glad she got to enjoy Field Day first!

Back L to R Analise, William, Emma, Laney, Heidi, Gloria, Ava, Gibb, Turner, Clark
Front L to R Clark W., Vivian, Kai, Bijou, Koen, Julia

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