Before their visit, these little superheroes created paper rainbows. Then, they introduced themselves to the elderly residents, each choosing a special friend to share their rainbows with and to read a book.
To add to the fun, the class acted out 'The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything' by Linda Williams, a classic Halloween story.
Afterwards, they strolled around the building, spreading smiles and greetings to all the residents. And as a sweet parting gift, each student received a Halloween-themed goodie bag from the members of the center!
Just another day at Cahill Elementary School, where curiosity knows no bounds! Gavin Brady, the Grade 1 wonderkid, couldn't help but ponder over the sharply dressed man always sporting a suit and tie and walking around the school building.
Christine Farrell's Kindergarten class at Cahill Elementary School made a special visit to Ivy Lodge Assisted Living center to share some Halloween magic with its residents.
Learning new words can be a blast, and Desiree Steyer's Grade 4 class is setting a fantastic example! They've been diving into the world of vocabulary with the help of great visuals.
Fire Prevention Week (October 8-14) is a crucial time for our students to brush up on their fire safety knowledge. We're thrilled to share that each of our Elementary School students had a special visit from one of our local Fire Department!
Cahill students in Krystyna Lilland's Grade 3 class have been hard at work learning different sight words.