Take a look at how many Laurel Mountain students celebrated International Dot Day, a day early, and how we are all learning to make our mark.
Third graders make a class dot.
Second graders make dots out of slime.
Students make their mark.
Third graders make clay dots.
More examples of second graders making their individual marks.
Some second graders make their dots on canvas.
Another example of a whole class dot.
Our kindergartners make their mark.
And even get a dot snack. Yum!!!
Dots, dots everywhere....
Mr. Holmstrom, one of our fantastic fifth grade teachers, knows how to make his mark.
These fifth graders are very creative!
Finally, Mrs. Prentice, one of wonderful kindergarten teachers, wins the "award" for making the biggest mark on International Dot Day. Check out her outfit, full of all sorts of dots. Even her shoes had dots!
At Laurel Mountain, we believe in and understand the importance of creativity. And we encourage all of our students (and teachers) to make their mark everyday.
Continuing to develop the whole child...