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September 21, 2018

Altmar Elementary School Open House


Kelsie Lambertson, right, and her mother Tiffany Rayder, left, visited Diane Nichol’s fourth grade classroom during the Altmar Elementary School Open House where they looked at the different displays in the room.

Kelsie Lambertson, right, and her mother Tiffany Rayder, left, visited Diane Nichol’s fourth grade classroom during the Altmar Elementary School Open House where they looked at the different displays in the room.

Hundreds in the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown School District attended the Altmar Elementary School (AES) Annual Open House held on the evening of September 29th.

“This one’s mine!” proclaimed Caleb Ryan Marshall, of the hopes and dreams card posted outside his Kindergarten classroom. Caleb’s hope for the school year: “to play with all of his friends.” This was echoed in his mother’s hope, “for Caleb to have a lot of fun while learning and to meet new friends.”

“This one’s mine!” proclaimed Caleb Ryan Marshall, of the hopes and dreams card posted outside his Kindergarten classroom. Caleb’s hope for the school year: “to play with all of his friends.” This was echoed in his mother’s hope, “for Caleb to have a lot of fun while learning and to meet new friends.”

Students and their family members met in the gymnasium where they were welcomed by AES Principal Denise Penoyer who introduced every faculty and staff member from the school to those in the audience. “I won’t keep you long,” Penoyer said, “Because I know what you really want to see is out in the hallways and in the classrooms.” Penoyer encouraged those attending to look for the “hopes and dreams” cards posted throughout the building that students and their parents filled out featuring their goal for the school year.

Parents and family members then visited the classrooms and looked at the many displays featuring student work in various locations around the school. Those attending also had an opportunity to visit the book fair which was open for the evening.

 

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