Today was the last day of school for Mrs. Yollis' students. Here are some reflections about the year!
Goodbye to my third graders!
A group hug!
I know you'll do well in fourth grade!
What are some of your favorite memories from this year?
|Each Olympian is given a team suit to wear. In addition, she had special identification so she could get into the Olympic Village. The Olympic Village is where the athletes stay.|
|Students enjoyed looking at the special photos and Olympic moments.|
|Here is a great photo where you can see the length of the skis and the special suit she wore during races.|
|Nonno and Ben's mom! Notice the special helmet at the top of the skis!|
|The President invites all Olympians to Washington, D.C. Here is a photo of Ben's mom with President Bush. She also met Vice President Dan Quayle.|
|Athletes love to trade pins. Here is one side of her pin collection.|
|First, hold the flag parallel to the floor.|
|Fold the flag in half and then half again. Make sure the stars face up.|
|Starting at the striped end, begin folding a triangle.|
|Continue folding the triangles...|
|...until all you have left is one star spangled triangle.|
|Tuck in the end, and you have folded the American flag in a respectful manner.|
|Cowgirls Ranney and Yollis were in attendance!|
|Mr. B. put together a fabulous concert filled with country favorites.|
|Mrs. Diller surprised the class with some special, hand-made pretzel treats!|
|Mr. Yollis made this beautiful sterling silver pendant for his wife. Notice the five hearts...one for each decade!|
|We decided that three students should be our Inquirers. They asked the yes or no questions.|
|Kristen was our phabulous photographer!|