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November. Also on November 7th,
both fourth grade classes had an elec-
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two different political parties. One was
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had their own platform or what they
would do if they were the president.
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afternoon recess everyday, and fines
for bad behavior in class. The two
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Both fourth grade classes have been
learning multiplication, division, along
with learning addition and subtraction
in higher numbers. Mr. Greer's fourth
graders held the final election in his
room with a confidential voting booth
and numbered voters. The class made
a calendar for the classroom, pictures
of horns of plenty to hang from the
ceiling, and pictures of Thanksgiving
scenes to hang on the window. For
Christmas they made pictures of Santa
Clause and his reindeer, wreaths, and
Christmas scenes of cities. Before they
left for Christmas vacation, they had
their annual Christmas party with
homemade treats and the annual mov-
ie. ln February, they exchanged Valen-
tines cards and had a Valentine's day
party. For Easter they had an egg hunt
and had a big Easter party. At the end
of the year they handed in their books,
said good bye to their friends, and got
prepared for the summer as they do
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Fifth Grade ls Cn The Pun
The fifth grade class this year is
learning about how a town post of-
fice works. In their room they have a
small post office that they may send
letters to one another and to their
teacher Ms. Greenfield. They are
also busy with their worms. They are
book markers, to get your worm to
grow you read a book and you get
another section on the worm.
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