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Grades l and 2
The fifteen boys and the seventeen girls which
make up the first and Asecond grades have been very
active during the year. We have done many things, both
work and play.
Our largest project for the year was the building
and the study of a post office. Each week, from our
post office window, we sold
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Many games and rrces were learned and played in
our gym period. In the spring baseball seemed to be
the favorite snort for the boys and the girls enjoyed
roller skating and jumping rece.
In the month of February we entertained our moth-
ers and two other grades with a program honoring
George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Our first
grade also put on a program for the P.T.A. showing our
parents one of the things which we do in school during
Parties were held for special occassions ' such
as Holloween, Chrlstams, and Valent1ne's Day. When any
of the children had a birthday we always took a few
minutes to observe it. Many of the children brought a
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