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Unity Day

October is National Bullying Prevention Month! One of the ways that we acknowledge we are all working to prevent bullying in our school is by wearing ORANGE on Unity Day – Wednesday, October 24th.  On this day, everyone at Baylis comes together to send one large ORANGE message of support, hope, and unity. This will show that we are united against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

Kindergarten Visits Schmitt’s Farm

The kindergarten classes visited Schmitt’s Farm where the children enjoyed a bumpy wagon ride to a vegetable and pumpkin patch.  They learned how crops grow and are harvested.  They were able to pick string beans, radishes and a pumpkin to take home.  Each class left with a string bean plant, some radishes, a corn stalk and a pumpkin.  We took these crops back to our classroom for a closer look.   We talked about the properties of pumpkins both inside and out.  Some brave children even touched the inside of the pumpkin.  Our trip to Schmitt’s farm really succ-seeded our expectations!

Baylis PARP Week

The PTA organized a special week to celebrate reading at Baylis.

Every day for 15 minutes,  all students and staff participated in D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read).  All around the school Baylis was hooked in a book reading wherever they were to show the importance of reading in our lives. 

On Tuesday and Wednesday, students shopped at the Scholastic Book Fair.

On Thursday students watched a musical performance, Dragons Love Tacos and Other Stories, and were amazed as their favorite stories came to life.

On Friday, everyone wore a shirt that you could read because reading is all around us!

Facilities Planning Information

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Sunday, December 09, 2018